There are so many channels with free content like ICT i would just stick to Yotube this forum is great too to bounce ideas off and see if anyone has used that course before or what the general opinion is of it.
Yes Forex is too much volatile and uncertain, that’s why any broker cannot protect you from gap but the broker can affects the result of our trading with certainly, so broker is a big deal to ensure a successful trading life with certainly.
jameszenblade posted: There are a lot of expensive Training Courses out there like AstroFX, Infinite Prosperity and Etc.
How willing are you to learn those profitable trader's strategies?
According to my own experience, only manual trading is real here! There is no way to rely on others strategy! Besides, you’ll have more authentic information on the popular Forex forums, like this one! So, there is no need to buy any paid training course!
Forex trading courses will teach you how to trade without knowing anything about the market. They'll show you how to make money, but they won't teach you what you need to know in order to make money. If you want to succeed, learn the basics of currency trading before taking a course on it. The best way to learn the basics is by reading books and following other trader's blogs.
Not willing to pay for anything as far as learning goes because everything is available online for free if you look in the right places. I also think a lot of mentors and forex gurus are just failed traders themselves.
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