The framework is there; we just have to work on our frame of mind.
Dislikedhi pals, I've found that one distinct traits that make up a good trader is the solitary nature of the work. Trading seem to be lonesome activity , by that I mean a state of mind that is away from the public. People who are not good at socializing tend to have that traits that make up a good trader.But it's just one of the factor of course,others facets of character counts as well.Ignored
DislikedGood topic since I think many traders can relate, I don't think being fx interested makes you anti-social or that people with social anxiety would be better traders. I think that because fx is such a geeky and a very hard challenge does, that it affects people who might somehow see our society and system in a perspective. Trading attracts ambitious and brave people who aren't afraid of going against the herd and got guts to take on a profession which no one understands (that's also why it can feel lonely). Credit, therefore, will[/highlight]...Ignored
Dislikedwhat are the tricks of being a reliable forex trader?Ignored
Dislikedtrade turns to solitary activity. as soon as you find the profitable system .. and you start to feel that others are professionally behind.Ignored
DislikedI find that Trading is more personal that's why it appears to be for loners. For me it has always been kind of "my thing" a sort of spiritual quest.Ignored
DislikedI would disagree. Its not for loners. People on various forex discussion forums discuss their trading styles, strengths/weaknesses and strategies. Its no way for loners.Ignored