As a child, I remember collecting coins and bank notes from my father, every time he would return from one of his trips abroad. The colors, the pictures, the name and sign of the currency - it would transport me to a different world - a place where I saw myself traveling to different countries around the world. As I grew, I did travel to many different countries and my collection of coins and bank notes of different currencies kept growing. This interest in collecting different currencies soon developed into studying the connection between one currency with another and very soon into the world of trading foreign currency or FOREX as it is called. My interest led me to ; a website, where I learned everything about Forex trading and started my trading activities from and have continued since. a company registered in Malta and regulated by MFSA, click Continue. To remain on this page, click Cancel. By May 13, two weeks after the website shut down and two months after his first interview with Bloomberg Markets, Kane had a different view. Forex accounts are not protected by the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC).
The world then decided to have fixed exchange rates that resulted in the U.S. dollar being the primary reserve currency and that it would be the only currency backed by gold, this is known as the �Bretton Woods System' and it happened in 1944 (I know you super excited to know that). In 1971 the U.S. declared that it would no longer exchange gold for U.S. dollars that were held in foreign reserves, this marked the end of the Bretton Woods System.
Not understanding how Trader's Remorse works- You are analyzing the charts. You have your support and resistance numbers set and one of the currencies you are watching suddenly breaks the barrier of support. You immediately jump into the trade, betting that the market is going to go up. It does....for a second...only to fall back to it's original support/resistance line. What just happened? You have just been bitten by something called trader's remorse, a point where a breakout is tested and loses. I am not going to go into trader's remorse other than to tell you that it happens and accounts for a ton of losses.
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