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    Sandip Sarkar
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    People start their career taking it for granted and they are not serious. There are many wakes up calls that you do not even know. This article will tell you about these calls that can change your trading career forever. Most of the time, we are only obsessed with the profit. We deposit only 10 dollars and we want to get 100 dollars in return. This market also offers the benefit of using leverage and people also use it for placing big traders. They lost much more money and when they realize their mistakes, it is late for them. There are many signs that indicate you when you should think of a new beginning in your career. They alert you, give you signs what you are doing wrong and they give you a second chance in Forex. Read this article to know about these wake-up calls and how to use them properly.

    Educate yourself
    As a currency trader, you need to educate yourself first. Without knowing the structure of the Forex market, how do you expect to earn money? The experts in the Singaporean trading network often says education is the most important element to become a successful trader. You might be a very rich person but this doesn’t mean you will become a successful trader. Think about the doctors and engineers in our society. They didn’t learn all these complex technical of science and medicine within a short period of time.

    You have to devote yourself to the online trading industry. Find a professional online trading account and trade the market with discipline. Use a proper trading strategy and learn from your mistakes. Try to trade with the market trend and seek help from the successful traders. The more you will learn the better you will become at currency trading.

    Placing too many traders
    This is one of the wakeup calls in Forex. You should not place too many trades at a time. Wait for your present trade to end and after the result, you need to analyze what went wrong if you lost the traders. If you win the trades. You still need to analyze to know the favorable decisions that went well with the trends. Overtrading the market is no good and it only increases the chance of failures. People overtrade because they want to make more money or they want to win the trades. Though you may win few when you place many, the losing numbers will always be greater than the winning trades.

    You are guided by your mind than your analysis
    There is a reason you are advised to analyze the trend. It is not because the chart will look more explained but it is because of your own good. If you listen to your mind and trade with your own decisions, you dot need to analyze the chart. If you found yourself guided by your emotions than your practical and trading analysis, it is a wakeup call for you. Never give more importance to the stuff that is based on analysis than your mind. You may think your wisdom is great but you need experience and skill to predict the right thing. Professional traders can understand the volatility because they have many years of knowledge and experience. They have developed a wisdom and they use it when they are confused.

    You get easily distracted
    Do not change your strategy if there is a strong trend displaying in your chart. Stick to your plan and always follow it in every volatility. People who change their plan often lose money. Stop getting distracted easily and believe in yourself.

    You have low self-confidence
    The other people are not greater than you and stop trusting their advice. Know the news, get the information and you can make your own prediction. Increase your self-confidence and you will find the result has changed.

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