After closing a winning or losing trade, a trader can experience what today is commonly known as a “trader’s block”. In simple words, it refers to the condition when a trader feels blocked and finds very (if not impossible) to open new traders or close the ones you’ve already opened.  

Asian stock indexes were lower on Tuesday as market players prepared for a widely anticipated Federal Reserve monetary meeting.  


DAX traded mixed on Monday. The index started the day on a positive note. 


The EUR/JPY pair caught fresh bids around 132.50. Then a rebound from the handle lifted the spot out of the red


Buyers did not find any reason to push the spot above 153.00 last week. 


The recent bullish acceleration ended in the 113.50 region as the bid tone around the US currency weakened. 


Buyers could hold the GBP/USD pair within the upward channel. 


Sellers failed to pass the support area 1.1750-1.1730 where the EMA200 was sitting. 


Brent extended its recovery and reached the 63.50 resistance level which rejected the benchmark back to the 63-rd figure.


Gold prices found a decent support in the 1250-1245 region.