2)Not Liquidating a losing trade ,even after you had acknowledged the trades’s potential is greatly diminished.
3)Getting locked into a specific opinion or belief about market direction.From a psychological perspective this is equivalent to trying to control the market with your expectation of what it will do :”I’m right ,the market is wrong.”
4)Focussing on price and the monetary value of a trade,instead of the potential for the market to move based on its behaviour and structure.
5)Revenge-trading as if you were trying get back at the market for what it took away from you.
6) No reversing your position even when you clearly sense a change in market direction.
7)Not following the ruled of the trading system.
8)Planning for a move or feeling one building ,but then finding yourself immobilized to hit the bid or offer ,and there after denying yourself the opportunity to profit.
9)Not acting on your instincts or intuition.
10)Establishing a consistent pattern of trading success over a period of time ,and then giving your winnings back to the market in one or two trades and starting the cycle over again.