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Whats the Best Education Around??

Mario (leopoldo)
Nov 17 2016 at 15:49
41 posts
Good education can be to learn from own mistakes 😄 but we should not rely only on this method as time and money to spend in such learning are limited.
Ionuc (Glestofirb)
Nov 20 2016 at 07:35
7 posts
I suggest webinars and also making good conclusions out of your profits and losses
Green pips to you all!
Duncan (holdend)
Nov 22 2016 at 11:20
41 posts
I agree about the important of self-learning from profits and mistakes.
Tiffany (TiffanyK)
Nov 22 2016 at 15:10
427 posts
The best education can be different for everyone. Learning from your profits and mistakes is possible on Demo account, so you are not losing any money. Go for it – with all the information that you have learned, you will add the missing part and become a professional trader.
Accept the loss as experience
AnneB
Dec 25 2016 at 08:18
14 posts
AlGauthier posted:
If you already have a lot of knowledge, but you still feel insecure, maybe you should try to improve yourself with a Demo account. This way you will not lose any real money, but you can create the perfect strategy to make you feel comfortable. I hope this helps you out.

I must agree with you, and that's what I did before. I sign up for an account that has a free demo account and that tutorial helped me so much to improve my skills.

In my broker, they gave me free demo account: https://my.itrader.com/en-US/signup.aspx

Hope this one helps. :)
PriceAction13
Dec 29 2016 at 11:54
58 posts
I also started my learning process manually without any trainer! And obviously, I have faced lots of problems in my early stage of trading! It would be better if a new Forex trader can start his or her trading with a trainer! Even I see; a large number of new traders lose their learning interest when they face thousands of difficulties!
To change your trading result, just change your thinking.
Mitchel (mitchel14)
Dec 29 2016 at 20:49
58 posts
Yes, learning in a Demo account educates us on mistakes and profits.
naiza
Dec 29 2016 at 21:10
36 posts
I think good education is a lot of things. For example, I started with the demo account, but I entered many forums forex discussion to read about those who were more experienced, dispel my doubts. I also began to study the best brokers, the cases of scams, the market in each of its eras, all of it. There are many hours of reading to filter content that is really good.
naiza
Dec 29 2016 at 21:13
36 posts
Oh! Important ... do not go confining yourself to a demo account. There you have your proofs and then you go to the real commerce. So that you do not get used to the softness of the false trade.
hodias
Dec 29 2016 at 21:43
37 posts
Here is a link with 7 very good reading recommendations about forex trading https://www.anyoption.com/blog/the-7-forex-trading-books-you-need-to-read/
NadineB
Jan 02 2017 at 08:55
20 posts
Glestofirb posted:
I suggest webinars and also making good conclusions out of your profits and losses

Webinars are a really great step I think because when I started joining webinars I have been very hands-on with trading.
rrrfx1
Jan 02 2017 at 11:49
26 posts
PriceAction13 posted:
I also started my learning process manually without any trainer! And obviously, I have faced lots of problems in my early stage of trading! It would be better if a new Forex trader can start his or her trading with a trainer! Even I see; a large number of new traders lose their learning interest when they face thousands of difficulties!


It's smart advice. It avoids those headaches that we struggle with every time we start.
rrrfx1
Jan 02 2017 at 11:49
26 posts
I by nature ask a lot of questions, so I went into forums and exploded them with well-formulated questions. I like to write so that everything I did not know put it on a list and I would seek answers by all means, until I reached an acceptable knowledge of that area and then move on to the other. However, there are common mistakes you are going to make and what you have to commit to form what we call experience.
yersonv
Jan 02 2017 at 15:01
24 posts
NadineB posted:
Glestofirb posted:
I suggest webinars and also making good conclusions out of your profits and losses

Webinars are a really great step I think because when I started joining webinars I have been very hands-on with trading.


Yes, the webinars are a lot of help for our education as a trader. Of course...
NadineB
Jan 05 2017 at 08:16
20 posts
@yersonv good to hear then. I will be joining webinars this January and I am hoping that will enrich my knowledge even more!
yumpio
Jan 05 2017 at 21:05
25 posts
There are platforms with Forex courses, some free, some not. Like iforex.com, Fxstreet, Admiral Markets and many others that are easily found on the web. These are very useful, but it is important first of all to investigate everything that can be about the source.
yumpio
Jan 05 2017 at 21:08
25 posts
I also know of a few explanatory videos about currency trading that are on the web. They are made by experienced traders who through their life in trade instruct. It is always good to check the Forex trading history of such people, and any mentor, do not overconfidence. 😉
wiseinvest
Jan 06 2017 at 08:42
127 posts
School of pipsology at babypips..
My accounts will ALWAYS show high DD. This is done purposely to maximize our withdrawals every week.
edwige
Jan 08 2017 at 07:42
27 posts
@yersonv Do you have any links at hand from good webinars you've visited before?
edwige
Jan 08 2017 at 07:42
27 posts
NadineB posted:
@yersonv good to hear then. I will be joining webinars this January and I am hoping that will enrich my knowledge even more!


Good decision to start the year.
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