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How To Enter A Forex Trade. Don’t Chase Trades

Don’t chase trades.

This is a good tip for you if you are struggling, don’t chase trades. The pros do not chase trades. When you start chasing a trade you pay more to get into the trade, and you tend to get out at the wrong time as you are trading emotionally. Set up your trade in advance so you are ready to go when the price comes to your entry, you can then trade with less emotion, and you are more likely to exit the trade at the right time, as your head is clear of emotion.

Emotional traders have a real hard time making consistent profits from Forex trading. You have to trade as mechanically as you can. If you see a set up you take it, its as simple as that. Don’t force trades either. If a set up is not there don’t trade. I have seen a few good trades pass me by in the last couple of days as i have been busy with other stuff, and i have been itching to take a trade, but i just compose myself and be patient and wait for the right trade to come along.

Some Forex traders will take 20 or 30 trades per day. This in my opinion is just gambling, you can’t possibly have 20 or 30 good set ups per day. This type of trading is very stressful and can be very costly. I much prefer a laid back approach to trading.

The correct way to enter a trade in my opinion is to do your analysis, set up your trade and wait to get filled. Jumping into a trade because you think you are missing something will cost you big time. You may get lucky and jump on a good trade, but long term you will lose with this style of trading. Also when you are in your trade try to manage it correctly and try and find a logical exit for the trade rather than just going for 10 pips, or 20 pips. If you can find a logical exit at 14 pips take it. 4 extra pips can add up to a lot of money over the course of a week.

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