Overconfidence

When a trader has excessive confidence in their decision-making abilities, which can lead to taking overly large risks.

Overtrading

Involves making an excessive number of trades within a specific time period, often due to impulsivity or constantly seeking opportunities.

Overleveraging

Excessive use of leverage, borrowing more capital than is actually owned, which can amplify both gains and losses.

Overexposure

Investing a disproportionate amount of capital in a single asset or sector, thereby increasing risk.

Ignoring Stop Losses

Ignoring or modifying previously set stop-loss levels, exposing oneself to larger losses than the trader was willing to accept.