To be a successful Forex trader, you need to know how to control your emotions and how to trade without feeling too nervous about it. However, this does not mean that you should ignore all of your feelings altogether. Forex trading is a very complex thing and you always need to be as motivated to be the best version of yourself.
Generally, according to some of the greatest scientists, the trait that most women possess by nature is to protect. Because of this, most of the female traders have the need to think about long-term orientation, which makes them very good traders in most cases.
In the history of Forex trading, there have been a number of great women who showed the world how to be a great trader. These women stand to be some of the best Forex traders on the market, and a lot can be learned from their experience.
For successful trading, there are many things that you need to know. First, you have to learn as much as you can about Forex trading, this is something that will help you in your career. Also, it is very important to find a broker that is authorized and licensed by official regulatory agencies on the market.
It is also very important to always check out guides on how to trade FX news releases since they are something that will provide you with the most accurate and important information. Also, the more information you have, the easier it gets to understand everything about the market.
When talking about the most successful female Forex traders, Kathy Lien is the one who comes first to the mind. She studied at the NY University Stern School of Business, and she started working at Wall Street when she was just 18. During her career, Lien worked very hard and ended up spending as much as 13 years in the financial markets, and she mainly focused on G20 currencies.
She played a huge role in creating several well-known trading platforms and is a very famous name in the world of Forex. She has also published several books and has been very successful during her career.
Raghee Horner is a very much valued contributor to the world of Forex. She mainly focuses on FX, Currency ETFs, and Futures. She started trading at a very early age when she was still in high school, and as she said, she would draw charts by hand, and then she would calculate all the indicators by herself.
Linda Raschke started trading professionally many years ago, in the early 1980s. She has a very long history of working in the market, she has worked very actively for many years in stock options. She was a very active employee of the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange and the Philadelphia Stock Exchange for a total of 6 years, after which, she started trading herself as a day trader.
Since then, she has established many companies and influenced Forex trading development a lot. She is also regarded as some of the greatest traders of all time, having written many books about her experience, trading, and personal life.
Fan graduated from the business school with a degree in finance, statistics, and operation research when she was just 19, at the age when most people are just starting college. She has worked for many well-known people on the market and gained experiences very quickly from some of the best people.
Jennifer today is a hedge fund manager specializing in finding relative value in energy and agriculture markets, she has worked for very many well-known companies and has been very successful ever since her early 20s.
Abigail has had the privilege to be born in a family with a very long successful financial history. Her father is none-other than Edward C. Johnson III, who is a Chairman of Fidelity Investments, the company was actually founded by the grandfather of Abigail. A few years ago, she became CEO of the company and has had a very successful run.
Although this history helped her to become very successful in the market, it is no doubt that she has worked very hard for everyone that she has.
The success of these women is very important in this predominantly male market. These women give many women on the market today the hope that no matter where they come from if they put their mind to it, they can be very successful.
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"More grapes, please," my daughter asked, as she continued to color her Peppa Pig drawing at the kitchen table.
"What do you say?" I asked her, as I was about to hand her the bowl.
I shook my head.
I stood there.
"I want green grapes instead of red grapes?"
I shook my head again. I handed her the bowl of green grapes. "Thank you. Please don't forget to say thank you."
"Thank you, Momma!"
Here's the question at hand: Do we have to retrain our leaders to say thank you like I am training my children?
Many of us are busy training our young children on manners on the other side of the Zoom camera during this pandemic. Reminding them to say please, excuse me, I tried it and it's not my favorite, I am sorry, and thank you. And yet somehow simple manners continue to be undervalued and underappreciated in our workplaces. Because who has time to say thank you?
"Call me. This needs to be completed in the next hour."
"They didn't like the deck. Needs to be redone."
"When are you planning on sending the proposal?"
"Did you see the questions he asked? Where are the responses?"
"Needs to be done by Monday."
Let me take a look. I didn't see a please. No please. Let me re-read it again. Nope, no thank you either. Sure, I'll get to that right away. Oh yes, you're welcome.
Organizations are under enormous pressure in this pandemic. Therefore, leaders are under enormous pressure. Business models collapsing, budget cuts, layoffs, or scrapping plans… Companies are trying to pivot as quickly as possible—afraid of extinction. With employees and leaders everywhere teaching and parenting at home, taking care of elderly parents, or maybe even living alone with little social interaction, more and more of us are dealing with all forms of grief, including losing loved ones to COVID-19.
So we could argue we just don't have time to say thank you; we don't have time to express gratitude. There's too much happening in the world to be grateful for anything. We are all living day to day, the pendulum for us swinging between surviving and thriving. But if we don't have the time to be grateful now, to show gratitude and thanks as we live through one of the most cataclysmic events in recent human history, when will we ever be thankful?
If you don't think you have to say thank you; if you don't think they deserve a thank you (it's their job, it's what they get paid to do); or if you think, "Why should I say thank you, no one ever thanks me for anything?" It's time to remember that while we might be living through one of the worst recessions of our lifetimes, the market will turn again. Jobs will open up, and those who don't feel recognized or valued will be the first to go. Those who don't feel appreciated and respected will make the easy decision to work for leaders who show gratitude.
But if we don't have the time to be grateful now, to show gratitude and thanks as we live through one of the most cataclysmic events in recent human history, when will we ever be thankful?
Here's the question at hand: Do we have to retrain our leaders to say thank you like I am training my children? Remind them with flashcards? Bribe them with a cookie? Tell them how I proud I am of them when they say those two magical words?
Showing gratitude isn't that difficult. You can send a thoughtful email or a text, send a handwritten card, send something small as a gesture of thank you, or just tell them. Call them and tell them how thankful you are for them and for their contributions. Just say thank you.
A coworker recently mailed me a thank you card, saying how much she appreciated me. It was one of the nicest things anyone from work has sent me during this pandemic. It was another reminder for me of how much we underestimate the power of a thank you card.
Apparently, quarantine gratitude journals are all the rage right now. So it's great if you have a beautiful, leather-bound gratitude journal. You can write down all of the people and the things that you are thankful for in your life. Apparently, it helps you sleep better, helps you stay grounded, and makes you in general happier. Just don't forget to take a moment to stop writing in that journal, and to show thanks and gratitude to those you are working with every single day.