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  • Never risk too much money on one trade

    How many times have you risked too much of your money in one trade? The answer will be many times but it is not a good way to place your trades. There are many misconceptions among the people and it is one of them. If you are risking all of your money in one trade, how can you continue trading if you lost the money? People are often very hopeful and they only see the positive side of things. They do not see what will happen if they fail to make a profit. This article will try to educate you on placing your trades with a small number of risks. Even if you are the son of a rich man but you are investing in Forex, you still need to follow the same strategy. This article will tell you what can be the consequences if all the deposit is put at stake in one trade.

    The aggressive traders
    The aggressive traders are the ultimate losers of the Forex market. Though Forex trading professional is very much popular in Australia few traders can manage to lead their lives based on this profession. Majority of the new investors follow an aggressive strategy to secure their life. But in reality, they make things much worse by losing their investment. So it’s very obvious, being an aggressive trader you can never make any real progress.

    Backup plan
    Those who are planning to get involved in the Forex trading profession must have some financial back. It’s ideal to have at least six months financial back. So why do you need such backup whereas you can easily make money by trading the live assets? The answer is really simple. You never really know when you will lose trade. In fact, you might have some losing months also. So it’s always better to have some extra money to support your family in times of need. There is no harm in developing such mentality as a Forex trader. So never trade with real money unless you have that backup.

    You can end your career
    This is the first thing that can happen to you. If your trade does not go according to plan and there is a change in the trend, you can lose all of your investment. It is very simple but traders do not understand it. Many things go in their mind and they cannot concentrate on what to focus. If you want to trade for a long time in this market, we advise you not to risks all of your money or too much money in one trade. Try to set your aim for smaller profit and consistently grow your account. You will fail sometimes but it will not clean your account. Try to play in the safe side and use your brain. Just because you have won some big trades does not say you have become a professional. The trend can go against you at any time and it is the trick of the market that takes away the profit that you have just made.

    Divide your money into small amounts
    The best way to place your trades is by dividing your money into smaller amount before you are placing trades. If you have 100 dollars in your account, it is not necessary that you will risk 50 dollars in one trade. Put your 5 dollars at stake and place your trades. Look out for the result and if it is successful, you can slowly increase the amount. Risking too much or all of your capital is not a good idea.

    Develop risk management plans
    Your mindset is not enough to control the high risks. Develop your money management plan and follow it. Use it in your strategy and you will know how to make the most amount of money with fewer risks. You can take help from the professionals if you want to develop a good plan.

  • #2
    The risk got to be taken, but it must be calculated enough. Which is the ONLY way we will be able to gain and succeed. I always like taking risk but only when I am certain about it. I get great help with my broker FreshForex, where they have MASSIVE Cashback Offering, which not just gives me confident to be aggressive, but also gives me the luxury to take risk without major fear.


    • #3
      Absolutely all trades must be calculated, including risks, forecasts and profits, only after a detailed miscalculation can a transaction be made