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Investor's psychology

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Investor's psychology Is a mental state that one experiences brought up by emotions that arise when one is trading due to the complexity and an uncertain nature of the markets and one's financial expectations / motives (Making money). This leads to one taking a trade where they would not normally do, as a result of the compelling urge to make money one feels. It is when one allows a gambler's mentality to befuddle with their logic. It is highly advisable that one keep their emotions in check, to acknowledge their emotions rather than acting on them. Traders lose trades for the most part because they cannot control their emotions. Visit trader's psychology for more information.

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