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Psychology of going from Sim to Real money
Started:November 11th, 2013 (09:34 PM) by motowater Views / Replies:2,544 / 30
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Psychology of going from Sim to Real money

Old April 16th, 2014, 09:21 AM   #31 (permalink)
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When I started to trade on simulation I've had a set of rules. My SL was 5 ticks. After a losing trade I took a 15 min break to cool off. After 3 losses in a row I took an hour break and then I came back to my PC. When I've made 5 losses that day I just took a day off and didn't trade for the rest of the day. It helped me a lot since I didn't hunt my loss from previous trade to make a profit (usually you just overtrade and lose more than you want). It worked for me and maybe it might to work for some new traders.

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