3 Reasons At Home Forex Traders Are Less Profitable Than The Pros

3 Reasons At Home Traders Are Less Profitable Than The Pros

3 Reasons At Home Forex Traders Are Less Profitable Than The Pros

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At home Forex traders often think professional traders know some kind of trading secrets which explains their success.  But the truth is, at home Forex traders can learn everything the pros use to profit in the Forex markets.  Listen to this podcast to learn 3 reasons why at home Forex traders are less profitable than the pros… and what you can do to start getting results more like the pro traders.

You need to think of Forex trading as a serious business.  You need to be professional.  This can be a challenge for at home traders because they are often times not business owners.  But to succeed as an at home Forex trader, you need to look at your trading activities as a long term business.

Part of treating Forex trading like a serious business means you need to control risk while trying to produce profits.  You need to walk the tightrope of controlling risk and seeking profits.  Part of this means you need to have reasonable, achievable goals from the start.

As an at home trader, you need to learn how to control your emotions while trading.  When real money is on the line under live market conditions, the emotions of greed and fear WILL be present.  But you need to know how to control these emotions and not letting them influence your trading decisions.

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