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Lesson 49

  1. Stick to your schedule!

”Your habits are easy to develop, but be aware that they are costly to maintain.”

Trading, as previously said, is similar to any other business or corporation. Everything you do should be reported and recorded. Over 90% of traders will not take the effort to report and keep track of their success.

They overlook the reasons why a certain deal failed. Begin self-evaluation on the day of your first transaction if you want to be a successful trader.


You will need self-control to make any kind of analytical judgment or execute transactions.

Your ability to keep a focused and clear mind before making a deal will decide your success and long-term viability in the market.

When a trader makes a mistake, he or she is usually aware of it. They also understand that it is all their fault.

These are the most common mistakes:

  • Trading too large lot sizes are one of the most typical blunders.
  • Changing out your stop losses.
  • Opening an excessive number of deals.
  • Using the incorrect leverage.
  • Don’t leave a transaction open for too long.

You and only you have authority over your market activities. You will undoubtedly have to battle your inner demons during your trading trip, but it will be a fantastic voyage of self-development and discipline. The urge to trade simply because you have a good feeling about something will always exist!

Your mind will be continuously focused on opening a position from the time you open your laptop in the morning.

This temptation might lead to you opening each transaction that you see, but it must be countered with self-control.

Only those with strong self-control are rewarded with favorable and consistent trading outcomes over time in trading the forex markets.

To get these consistent trading outcomes over time, you must understand the differences between all scenarios. It’s as simple as knowing when it’s your turn to speak out and when it’s time to sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.

It’s critical to understand how to create reasonable and achievable objectives for oneself. This isn’t to say you can’t become a billionaire overnight, but it does imply you should be aware that a talent like this is highly prized, and mastering it takes time.

Set monthly goals and have an open, honest relationship with your trading journal.

Do this on the first day of trade. Don’t allow setbacks to get the best of you on your way to achievement. Take them as a chance to learn something new.

Forget about the cash you’re attempting to earn. Your main objective should be to be consistent.

Consistent analysis, consistent drawings, PIP calculations, and a positive mindset are always consistent. These are all required.

Finally, your trading strategy should be completely transparent and well-organized. Other considerations include:

  • How many times each day will you glance at the market?
  • What are the best pairings to trade on?
  • How many transactions can I have open at the same time?
  • What is my account’s maximum risk?
  • What kind of trader do I consider myself to be?

This set of questions is critical for getting to know yourself as a trader. Where do you see your shortcomings and where do you see your strengths? Know who you are as a person and a trader.

A winning trading run might give you a sensation of being “on top of the mountain.” Keep it in mind. This is the result of no longer keeping your eyes on the price (consistency), but instead allowing fear and money to rule your emotions. This might result in a major blunder that wipes out half of your account. Remember to take modest measures in order to achieve long-term success.


In Forex, it’s not uncommon to have a profitable week or two. All it boils down to is this: are you able to experience these weeks every week and month?

Only begin trading in larger amounts when you are totally confident. Consistency is what gives you confidence. Make the mistake of initiating a large number of transactions each week. Make this week as profitable as the last one; perhaps, with fewer transactions.


In the market, there are no fast cuts to success. Everything will happen when it is supposed to, and keep in mind that Forex trading is a long-term investment. It makes no difference if you are profitable next week or the next month.

It’s critical to understand that being continuously prosperous will significantly alter your life. To do so, you must first lay a firm foundation, which you will do as you become stronger from the inside out.

More live courses will be taught in the realm of Forex trading than in any other school system. You will get more comfortable confronting your inner demons as a result of your self-assessment experiences. You’ll discover that the finest teachers are negative experiences and that they may help you improve your game!