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.
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.
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.
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. 😉
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