Why 90% of traders lose money? Why don't they share their trades
Most people in the industry want to sell you something and want to make sure that they look good in order to make the sell. Unfortunately one thing that you should know about day trading is that we always lose money. The goal is to make sure that we make more money than we lose... otherwise we wouldn't be profitable.
There are going to be instances in which traders do have a losing week and definitely have losing days. There may even instances when traders don't place trades. When the market isn't moving well or even when the market has low volume.
While everyone wants so make money trading one of the reasons why 90% of traders lose money is because everyone thinks this is going to be easy. Unfortunately that is far from truth. Everyone thinks that next week they are going to make a million dollars in the markets and it takes much longer in order to learn how to trade.
Keep that in mind if you are considering getting into the markets. It takes a great amount of patience, discipline, and patience. Keep that in mind when you are thinking about Why 90% of traders lose money and why they don't share their trades.
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Love your honesty. Most indicators are actually distractions from the real thing i.e price action. I just follow the trend using EMAs and parabolic SAR. Most importantly, I keep my position size small. Doing very well.
Im a swing trader. What do day traders think about swing tradinging and the traders? Do you think we are suckers for holding stock a long time? Is it a bad idea to be swing trading? And why is it so important for a day trader to sell everything the same day? I mean if he held a stock over night, whats the big deal? He could sell it the next day. So are swing traders wasting their time swing trading?
I personally believe that there are a ton of ways that you can make money out there.... and there isn't necessarily one right way. I day trade, swing trade, and also position trade. I've held positions for years and sometimes for a few months, even weeks. I have found however that the highest profit is day trading.
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Leverage is available at Kraken up to 5x for several cryptocurrency pairs, including bitcoin. The fees are depending on the volume of the margin account.
Bitcoin can be traded on GDAX up to 5x leverage. The margin trading option must be manually turned on the account in order to make sure the users understands and reads the associated risks.
Margin trading is basically borrowing funds to purchase an asset, this allows you to buy more bitcoins that you would normally be able to do normally in the hope of making bigger profits on the price movements.
Advantages of Margin Trading.
The biggest benefit of margin trading is that you can take advantage of the additional funds when the market moves in the direction you expected. The overall profit of the positions once the bitcoins are soled and the loan is repaid is significantly higher compared to an ordinary trade execution.
Disadvantages of Margin Trading.
The disadvantage of margin trading is by nature the amount of risk a margin account can hold. The higher amount of leverage you take the bigger amount of money you can loose in case the market moves in an unfavorable way. Due to the margin call, the margin account must be funded countinuesly that involves significant amount of liquidity. It is only advisable to trade on marking if you have enough experience already on the market. To mitigate the associated risk, many trading platforms only offers limited amount of leverage trading opportunites.