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Imamul

Member Since Aug 09, 2017  440 posts Imamul Feb 08 2018 at 12:30
As a newcomer a Great forex mentor is needed, it’s really supportive to keep survive in this volatile trading place in a proper way. But when you ll be a mature trader , then try to depend on your trading skill , not others.

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  847 posts AniLorak Feb 09 2018 at 14:56
Actually, Forex is different than the others profession even on learning process! Here, learning is a manual process; I have never seen any successful trader who trained by a mentor or teacher!

OsloHoney

Member Since Feb 09, 2018  9 posts OsloHoney Feb 11 2018 at 08:02
Really. I would have thought that a trading mentor would be the best way to learn

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  765 posts Adribaasmet Jul 01 2018 at 07:09
OsloHoney posted:
Really. I would have thought that a trading mentor would be the best way to learn


No mate, it’s not! Because, so many scammers also offer so called trading courses.

kacper5

Member Since Aug 18, 2018  10 posts kacper5 Aug 28 2018 at 06:58
Adribaasmet posted:
OsloHoney posted:
Really. I would have thought that a trading mentor would be the best way to learn


No mate, it’s not! Because, so many scammers also offer so called trading courses.

if someone is lucky enough to get a good mentor then it will be really very helpful but i agree with you that the world is full of scammers.

EddyEdgardo

Member Since Aug 21, 2018  11 posts EddyEdgardo Aug 28 2018 at 10:15
There is a lot of free information our there. No mentors but free websites etc. That will help a lot

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  278 posts jamesgwyther Aug 28 2018 at 12:08
I think a mentor is very useful if you can find one. But be very careful and don't just use someone from the web who says they are good.

jimmycdn

Member Since Oct 20, 2016  12 posts Jim Poniat (jimmycdn) Aug 28 2018 at 12:15
Wow, where does opinions come from? If you giving any advise to someone else, you should do that from your extensive experience. Why to use mentor? The answer is very simple – to speed up educational process. Take a lot of time to learn trading profession and you will do that throughout the rest of your trader profession. Mentor will show you the road without pain and without suffering unnecessary losses. After being trader for 12 years I can tell you – get professional help instead complain about scammers. I had spent large sum of money for my education, taking courses with very well know traders like Bill Williams, Steven Nison, or Duane Archer. It will help you not only with technical knowledge, but with the most important trading aspect – mental state of your mind. You can’t help you self you need professional help.
Internet is full of information about trading, Forex market opinions but here is the problem – most of that info are totally wrong because just like you guys mention – scammers. Free do not mean good – be careful what you read and where you read.
Good luck traders in the new carrier.
Cheers
Jim

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camerongill

Member Since Aug 16, 2011  74 posts BankingOnBullion (camerongill) Aug 28 2018 at 12:29
I think it is a good idea not just to have a mentor as such, however to have an experienced trader who you can discuss strategies with and bounce ideas off. Mentor seems hierarchical and in theory could also be a peer. Furthermore any mentor/peer figure needs to have proven results and not just talk of a successful past.

As we all know, trading forex is very much a mind-game and having a person to discuss trading with who can appreciate the context of forex trading is important.

Trading forex can be a lonely gig and when you tell your friends what you do they just do not understand and often talk of stock trading or mention someone they know that buys and sells Bitcoins.

I have had a person contact me asking me to be their mentor who wants to know how I formulated my system and am happy to assist. Even if I give my formula away I know that it is unlikely that he would have the right mind-set to maintain my trading plan.

the developer of the Gold Trader trading strategy...
jimmycdn

Member Since Oct 20, 2016  12 posts Jim Poniat (jimmycdn) Aug 28 2018 at 12:58
@camerongill First you saying it is not good idea to have a mentor and then you are offering your mentoring to anyone. I think you are missing the point.
When you were little kid your parents help to make first steps sort of mentoring what to do and not to do. Same think is with trader mentor its helping you to make correct first steps and what to do and not to do. You cut drastically education time by using some one experience to your advantage.

jimmy@
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