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People join the foreign currency exchange market (Forex) in the hope of becoming a successful and professional options trader in the United Kingdom. Because of several factors like liquidity, volatility, and 24-hour access, many people join the industry. One can easily earn money from here or easily lose their investment, but all of these things depend on their execution and mistakes.

Most beginners join trading without acquiring a good knowledge of the market’s fluctuations or reading the factors. As a result, these guys make mistakes and lose their capital and ultimately leave the platform. Here, we will concentrate on the common mistakes of newbie traders.

Common mistakes of the beginner in Forex trading

1.     Overtrading

After joining the industry, newbies think that entering into deals means a greater chance of earning money. This is why overtrading or frequent dealing is a common issue among novices. However, the real scenario is quite different because the original gainer is their broker. No matter how much profit or loss they face, these investors have to give the brokers a small fee, which is also known as spread or commission fee. Therefore, think about it deeply.

You are entering into deals five times a day, and your friend is entering one each day. So, you have to provide the broker five times more than your friend. This is actually a silly step. Besides, nobody can earn $1,000 per day from the CFD market because the fluctuations rarely show a steeper move on the same day. Dealing with the listed options might not seem an easy task, but once you know how to focus on quality trade, it won’t be a big problem.

2.     Letting the loss run and not taking the profits

This is a well-reputed opinion on the Forex platform. Professionals always say that let the profits run and close the losses as soon as you see it. It is indeed a valid opinion because the markets hardly show a quick upward movement while moving downward. But many investors don’t sell their assets as they hope that the price will return to the previous form once again. Remember that price of that pair will rarely return to its previous value, and even if it has to, it may take a couple of months or a year.

Therefore, it is a wise choice to cut the losses and take profits. If a beginner notices that he is on to a profit, he should wait for the graph to move more instead of selling the pair.

3.     Neglecting the strategy and risk management plans

Many beginners don’t want to follow the money management plans or want to include them in their trading strategy. These people think that including money management techniques will cut off their profits. It is not wrong, but don’t think about only the profit. The risk management strategy always saves a trader from losing a huge amount of money from a failure.

In addition to this, it becomes quite harder to predict the flow of the market because of the volatility. This is why an alternative way should always be kept. The CFD strategy also shows the types of styles an investor can work with.

4.     Choosing the wrong timeframe

The timeframe plays an essential role in determining the win rate of the option traders. Beginners prefer trading with a lower timeframe instead of a higher one, but the opposite should be done. They should work with a higher holding period because it will help the newbies study more about the market and its ups and downs. Choosing a lower timeframes means that a newbie has to make a quick decision, which makes him stressful. It is quite tough to make an essential decision within a very short time, at least for rookies. As a result, they often take the wrong step and face losses.

These are the common mistakes that rookies often make after entering the market.

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