Do I Have to Accept some Big Losses in the Beginning?

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Old May 2, 2017, 7:24am   #136
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Winning at paper trading is no guarantee that the winning will continue when trading with real money. However, if one is losing at paper trading, there's no way it's all going to turn around once he begins trading with real money, if he's clueless enough to try.

Become profitable at paper trading first. If you can't get paper trading right, find something else to do with your time.
agree with this ,then go to live with 0.5 % risk per trade.
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Old May 3, 2017, 9:28pm   #137
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Hi Friends,

When you trade with real money in Live account, you loss some money. But you can avoid so much losses by using small lot size. Everyone starts trading in demo account and gets experience before go to Live. But that's only not enough. You have to gain experience in Live account also. Avoid high leverages and overtrading.

-Jim @ Wetalktrade
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Old May 15, 2017, 8:51am   #138
 
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Hi Friends,

When you trade with real money in Live account, you loss some money. But you can avoid so much losses by using small lot size. Everyone starts trading in demo account and gets experience before go to Live. But that's only not enough. You have to gain experience in Live account also. Avoid high leverages and overtrading.

-Jim @ Wetalktrade
Absolutely right to gain experience in live account is of much importance! Thatís why I always say start with small real account as this will limit your losses and also will not hamper your confidence, so that you can rebuild strength to trade more. Psychological barrier of going from demo top live can be tackled to some extent through this.
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Old Apr 16, 2018, 2:41pm   #139
 
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i already lose about $1500 for around 2 year,,but its okay,,i learn manything from that..now im super convice can have that money in less than 1 month,,the experience are diferent
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Old Apr 17, 2018, 8:08pm   #140
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i already lose about $1500 for around 2 year,,but its okay,,i learn manything from that..now im super convice can have that money in less than 1 month,,the experience are diferent
Loss is not okay. Do You started trading for losses? You need to trade on demo now.
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Old May 5, 2018, 8:32am   #141
 
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is normal to loose the first year. is better open live aconuts <500 usd with good moneymanagement for beginners
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Old May 24, 2018, 1:41pm   #142
 
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You have to calculate losses into your trading. There's no way you never going to lose every time you trade the markets. You have to accept losses, but not big ones. Sometimes there will be times when you will have losing trades in a row, but that's part of the game. If you are constantly taking big losses then you should take a break and analyze your losses and try to figure it out why did you have constant losses? Which part of your strategy is not working? What are you doing wrong?

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