1. Anger: Commonly seen when a trader loses or when trading retaliation.

2. Fear: You will feel this kind of mentality when you are afraid of opening a position or dare not hold profits for long.

3. Boredom: It can be seen that this kind of psychology can be seen when the trader keeps trading without making any profit. Psychology will become depressed.


4. Excitement, surprise: Usually when traders win one or a series of orders, they begin to become confident and show signs of breaking trading rules.

5. Sadness: This especially occurs when a loss or wrong judgment is made during trading. This type of mentality adversely affects the next strategy.

6. Anxiety: Often times when a strategy is losing money or the trader is losing money, the current psychology of the trader will be very worried and find ways to save this trade.

7. Subjective: This type of psychology often occurs in overly confident or overly conservative traders who always think themselves right. Just a few winning orders and their subjective mentality will appear.


8. Fainting: Dizziness is different from careful psychology. Faintness usually appears in people with a fear of loss, like safety. This mentality will make traders miss many beautiful opportunities, and at the same time make it difficult for traders to have the flexibility and limited skills in trading.

9. Doubt: This type of psychology often appears in traders who think a lot before trading, spend a lot of money on orders, and still do not trust the trading strategy. This psychology causes traders to lose their patience, quickly abandon principles and methods when things do not go well.

Trading is only successful in the long term when it is done mentally, emotionally, and only has value if it generates the energy to do what you want. Emotions are positive if we can control them, create boundaries for them. 9 The above emotions will often appear in your trading journey. Let's learn to control them early.