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Where can I learn how to trade in the forex ?

Simsossa
Sep 09 2013 at 20:06
6 posts
Hello , I am new to forex trading and was wondering where should I go to learn forex trading ( right from the beginning ) . Is there an online course / program . Or should I attend real life classes ? Thank you.

manteero
Sep 10 2013 at 06:21
2 posts
try babypips.com, investopedia.com...

(sorry for the short post..)

Migz
Sep 10 2013 at 06:22
12 posts
Hi there, online is best.

Babypips.com is a good place to start

then opening demo accounts with broker to practice what you learn

then a micro account.

wish you the best of luck!

mikefx1
Sep 10 2013 at 08:58
5 posts
Yes. babypips.com is great for new traders. You will get all the instructions and informative ideas from the baby pips website.

Also all the forum have special education's posts for new traders, what must help you to get the achievement! :)

Simsossa
Sep 10 2013 at 11:20
6 posts
Thanks for the help ! ill try babypips

deysmacro
Sep 10 2013 at 12:45
275 posts
Simsossa posted:
Hello , I am new to forex trading and was wondering where should I go to learn forex trading ( right from the beginning ) . Is there an online course / program . Or should I attend real life classes ? Thank you.


just wondering. what makes you starting to get involved in this forex world? 😎

Past experience usually helps present self
BEST_PAMM (BEST_PAMM)
Sep 10 2013 at 13:47
34 posts
@Simsossa
Hi...you can learn anywhere & anytime online..
you can look many resutl & source in myfxbook


+++ I want 1000%- 35%/month.. WHERE ARE YOU..??
Simsossa
Sep 10 2013 at 13:47
6 posts
I had heard about the forex some time ago from my friend , I read up on the basics and im currently using one of the autotraders off myfxbook ( with good progress ) .. I think with a fair deposit , and some time and dedication , a person could become financially free through trading

Leroy42
Sep 12 2013 at 15:16
26 posts
Babypips is actually the best place. I've enjoyed their school!

cmanoti (cmanoti)
Sep 12 2013 at 22:24
2 posts
investopedia is a good place to start with, though babypips is also marvelous

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