jisanjipu posted: do you believe guys any paid courses ?
No, honestly I don't believe in any paid courses. If you genuinely want to learn about forex trading then go with a pipsology course by babypips. When I started my trading journey, I learnt a lot from there,even today I take help from it when required.
Lots of Supply and Demand material on YouTube and Babypips have a good section on it in their pipsology course . Also some S/D traders on Instagram have nice posts you can save which are quite detailed and as they say a picture paints a thousand words
There are no professions that can turn you rich over night unless you are doing something illegal. Such thought weakens traders over time when they get losses constantly. Strategy and tactics of trading are the weapons of doing something from Forex.
I agree you do not need a fancy course to get your feet wet in the forex market. There are many courses online that you can refer to. The important part is practice. Never skip it! Learn, implement, analyse, correct, and repeat.
Practice is so key. What's important is directed practice but any course that is truthful should be telling you that you will need to develop your own strategy and that their course is less a strategy and more pointers using their understanding of the markets. You're not them so don't expect to carbon copy someone else's strategy and have success.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
There are pelothra of free learning sources. So, if you want to start with trading, begin with these courses. And then, move to buying paid learning resources, only if needed. Moreover, there are a lot of free, workable trading strategies. Test them out first and make changes as per your trading needs and goals.
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