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Thread: Did you blame yourself when you lose?

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    fiona is offline Junior Member
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    Lose is a part of trading, We are responsible in what will be the result of it. Never blame it to others. That is why proper knowledge is required on this business, For you to create effective and profitable trading business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiona View Post
    Lose is a part of trading, We are responsible in what will be the result of it. Never blame it to others. That is why proper knowledge is required on this business, For you to create effective and profitable trading business.
    Yeah it is a part of trading and we need to learn through it, else we cannot become successful in Forex Trading. With every loss we gain experience and that is the key to become a successful trader.

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    Yeah..! Whether you trade yourself or with broker, the only person you have to blame, is you yourself. It was your decision, and you are to take blame.

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    If a broker you are trading with has a good reputation, then it will be your fault if you lose money without any sound reason.

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    I think with any loss, it is only us to blame. Whoever you choose, but once you loss it would be only you to blame.

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    Loosing or winning, both are part of every business and work. For that blaming self is not going to work any more. Instead of it, we can start with new fresh mind will help to recover loss from past mistakes.

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    Yeah...! For each and every loss I am the only one who is responsible. Whether I deal on my own or depend on a broker, the decision is mine and so will the responsibility.

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    When a trader lose, whether in any circumstances, it is just because of their decision even when they blame anyone else.

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    To be fair, I do believe that losing is something that we need to take to our self, as itís wrong if we put it on others. However, itís also true that there are many brokers that cheat/scam people, so sometimes blaming them can be said right, but not all the time, so need to be careful of that fact!

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    Yeah...! Losers makes the blames while winners takes the blame and rise above all. In Forex also, it is our decision which led us to success or failure.

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