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Help me learn technical analysis

Charlessmith
Nov 26 2020 at 07:46
25 posts
Learning is the first step that you take towards making profits. If you want your trades to work for you, learn and practice as much as you can.
GeorgeBischof
Nov 26 2020 at 09:25
318 posts
Becoming a good trader is very easy. If you have proper knowledge and skills, you can become successful in the forex market.
Scarymaniak
Dec 02 2020 at 10:57
28 posts
You can take up Udemy’s course to learn technical analysis. You can also read books to learn basic concepts.
LyudmilLukanov
Dec 02 2020 at 17:43
848 posts
Scarymaniak posted:
You can take up Udemy’s course to learn technical analysis. You can also read books to learn basic concepts.
Is it free? Is it for new trader or any kind of trader can take the course?
Dictiony
Dec 03 2020 at 06:39
231 posts
You can learn technical analysis watching different videos on youtube and also with the help of ebooks related to forex and technical analysis.
Richarlison872
Dec 24 2020 at 12:01
26 posts
If you want to learn it from the scratch, I suggest you go ahead and take a course on it specifically. But if you just want to take a short cut, watch some videos online. It will cover your basics.
SofieAndreasen
May 09 2021 at 14:10
759 posts
YouTube is the best source to learn technical analysis. There are a lot of experts who provide good educational videos.
AliaDare
May 09 2021 at 16:54
788 posts
Right, trading practice helps to develop skills. And if I develop skills, profit is inevitable.
RobSchiz
Sep 07 2021 at 20:30
567 posts
78678676 posted:
How do I go about learning technical analysis?
You can research from online. There are so many reliable sites which can help you.
Unellene
Sep 08 2021 at 12:50
283 posts
try more, then there will be more understanding of what is how to analyze correctly
SteveHanks
Dec 29 2021 at 05:16
536 posts
SofieAndreasen posted:
YouTube is the best source to learn technical analysis. There are a lot of experts who provide good educational videos.
I agree with you. There are many courses which can help a trader to learn technical analysis.
Beallador
Jan 12 at 09:18
20 posts
Everything you need is just to find some eucation content, whether it's provided by your broker or you will find it by your own for example on various forums like this one, it doesn't really matter. If you are interested from where you need to start, then I can advice you to start from the definitions of forex trading, trends, trend reversal and basic indicators, such as MAs, RSI, Bollinger bands, read some information about patterns like triangle, flags and so on. The matter here is to understand the mechanics of these indicators, then you will be definitely able to understand why the price behaves its the way you see it on the graphic. Of course, you have to practice, because there is no learning without practicing.
Iceglove
Jan 12 at 10:16
9 posts
SteveHanks posted:
SofieAndreasen posted:
YouTube is the best source to learn technical analysis. There are a lot of experts who provide good educational videos.
I agree with you. There are many courses which can help a trader to learn technical analysis.

If anything there are too many courses and videos. The problem is that they are all saying the same things but we as traders know that those techniques do not work. If they did we would all be rich. You need to find a trader who is willing to teach their strategy that actually works
Seb King (sebking1986)
Jan 12 at 10:45
538 posts
You can get started without paying for it on Babypips and then using YouTube. If you're still lost then sure look into mentors.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
Stel386
Jan 12 at 10:49
19 posts
Iceglove posted:
SteveHanks posted:
SofieAndreasen posted:
YouTube is the best source to learn technical analysis. There are a lot of experts who provide good educational videos.
I agree with you. There are many courses which can help a trader to learn technical analysis.

If anything there are too many courses and videos. The problem is that they are all saying the same things but we as traders know that those techniques do not work. If they did we would all be rich. You need to find a trader who is willing to teach their strategy that actually works
Sometimes techniques do work but only if you practice them on your own and also, at times techniques do not work as each trader as his own trading style and same technique can not work on different trading styles.
croisssan
Jan 12 at 15:47
939 posts
Alternatively, try your results on a demo account. It is safer, and you can understand what brings the result.
billysnyder
Jan 13 at 05:43
111 posts
Practice will give a trader better insight into what works and what doesn't. Traders can test their strategies in a simulated market environment and when they feel confident, they can begin trading with real money.
Sallem
Jan 13 at 20:29
13 posts
Oh, come on, I have never faced with any difficulties in finding the learning resources for technical analysis, the Internet is full of different courses and tutorials. You can find a great educational center on babypips forum or in forex peace army. There are lots of materials devoted to the technical analysis of the charts.
Another question is whether you are patient enough to absorb that kind of information and implement the knowledge on practice. I mean that trading is full of temtations to omit market analysis and start trading immediately just according to some gut feeling. As for me, I learned technical analysis with the help of theory and practice. When I got to know some strategy or notion or indicator, I started learning the past of the market in order to see how this or that concept is realised in reality. After it, when I got some new skill, I tried to implement this knowledge on real charts. Surely, it all began with demo trading but when I got sure that I can do that, I switched to the read account and implemented these strategies there.
In order to be a success in trading, you need to practise a lot, not only learn. Every learning procedure should followed by implementing those knowledge manually.
Anayadora
Jan 21 at 18:54
17 posts
The best way to learn technical analysis is to gain a solid understanding of the core principles and then apply that knowledge via backtesting or paper trading. Thanks to the technology available today, many brokers and websites offer electronic platforms that offer simulated trading that resemble live markets. The matter here is never give up and always strive to gaining new knowledge. Technical analysis is very vast and it is required attentive learning I guess. So if you will learn hard and of course practice hard, then it will be easy for you to find out everything about it.
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Oct 28 at 06:36
1 posts
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