Nearly every trader will suffer from a big loss or several in their career, whether it’s due to a technology fritz, a stray from your strategy and discipline, etc. How to bounce back after a big loss isn’t too complicated, it can be accomplished with a few simple steps. The most challenging part of bouncing back is repairing the damage done to your confidence and self-esteem.
Knowing the difference between a strategy that's not working for you and your style of trading, and one that has given you a few losing trades lately is a tricky concept for a lot of traders to grasp. I hear about traders that have a few losing trades and think it's solely the strategy they're using, and so they switch strategies and are still experiencing losing trades. These are common problems that a trader will face, and making the wrong assumptions can lead to disastrous decisions. It’s important for you as a trader to truly understand how common losing trades are so you know what to expect, and really familiarize yourself with statistics behind trading.
Forex signals are typically offered by broker company’s, (in my case, that’s The Apiary Fund) professional traders, etc. There are quite a few advantages when it comes to using trading signals, and one of them right off the bat is you don’t need to worry about monitoring the market for entry and exit points. You will also get far better trading results in way less time.
The markets are an ever-changing depiction of a country's strength against another. As the strength of a currency rises and falls, some traders will prosper while others will lose their profits previously gained. While these changes will at times be unfavorable for a country, they can also be unfavorable for a trader. Depending on your trading style, what is “unfavorable” will change. This is one reason Apiary Fund teaches a variety of styles: so that when it's unfavorable for your trading, you can try a different setup and hope to make profits from that.
Do shifting spreads keep you guessing?
Entering and exiting trades at the right time is critical. It is easy to spot trade set ups looking back at the charts, but seeing the whole picture forming before you can be quite a bit more difficult.