When you learn how to trade, you face a steep learning curve. Trading is as much a battle with yourself and your emotions as it is with the market.
If you can stop these trading mistakes, you will take a lot of pressure off yourself, resulting in fewer mistakes caused by the battle with your emotions. This will speed up your learning curve and you will be able to get in tune with the market faster.
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