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SkeletonTj

Member Since Feb 20, 2019  11 posts SkeletonTj Feb 20 at 09:58
Start on free course and then get paid for one but do not spend $$$$ on a course. The most expensive ones can be the worst!!!

walpants

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  42 posts walpants Feb 20 at 13:00
i used to be part of IML, its quite expensive and an ongoing payment, i did learn a fair bit from them i guess but the biggest problem for me is there was just to much going on so i struggled to concentrate on one thing, there would be a new strategy from someone practically every day.

REB_FX

Member Since Feb 08, 2019  31 posts Rachel (REB_FX) Feb 21 at 07:55
walpants posted:
i used to be part of IML, its quite expensive and an ongoing payment, i did learn a fair bit from them i guess but the biggest problem for me is there was just to much going on so i struggled to concentrate on one thing, there would be a new strategy from someone practically every day.


Totally understand where you are coming from there.

I took a lot of good education from IML however, in hindsight was all out there for free lol.
 

Mohammadi

Member Since Aug 11, 2017  550 posts Mohammadi Feb 21 at 09:34
Forex is one of the most popular way of money making; the main advantage of Forex trading is; the financial market is open for 24 hours. As a result, a number of traders are using this profession as a part time job.

Imamul

Member Since Aug 09, 2017  324 posts Imamul Feb 21 at 10:55
Forex trading business is much better option than any other profession! Forex trading business is also available for the part time Forex trader, since market is open for 24 hours! BY the way, Forex business is not appropriate for the greedy people who want to make quick success here!

walpants

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  42 posts walpants Feb 21 at 13:01
REB_FX posted:
walpants posted:
i used to be part of IML, its quite expensive and an ongoing payment, i did learn a fair bit from them i guess but the biggest problem for me is there was just to much going on so i struggled to concentrate on one thing, there would be a new strategy from someone practically every day.


Totally understand where you are coming from there.

I took a lot of good education from IML however, in hindsight was all out there for free lol.
 


yes your right i think i could of found a lot of it for free, i dont regret it as it got me started but theres def a lesson to learn there.

dylanjessop

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  34 posts dylanjessop Feb 24 at 07:23
walpants posted:
REB_FX posted:
walpants posted:
i used to be part of IML, its quite expensive and an ongoing payment, i did learn a fair bit from them i guess but the biggest problem for me is there was just to much going on so i struggled to concentrate on one thing, there would be a new strategy from someone practically every day.


Totally understand where you are coming from there.

I took a lot of good education from IML however, in hindsight was all out there for free lol.
 


yes your right i think i could of found a lot of it for free, i dont regret it as it got me started but theres def a lesson to learn there.


IML is not actually as bad as people say, though way too much Marketing BS

Treeny

Member Since Feb 08, 2019  80 posts Treeny Feb 24 at 13:50
Try babypips, it's free

Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  968 posts Professional4X Feb 24 at 23:39

Paying for expensive trading courses is absurd and a complete waste of money.

The markets can do only 1 of 3 things.

1) The market moves up
2) The market moves down
3) The market doesn't move

That's it. There is absolutely nothing more a market can do.

It's either going to go up, stay where it is at, or go down.

If it goes up, BUY, if it goes down, SELL.

If it's just sitting still without any real indication of what the market movement is, then don't do anything.

Pay attention to your technical analysis so you can see the strength and speed of market moves, but you must also pay attention to your fundamental analysis as well, as that will tell you the reasons why of the markets are moving.


If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
frankmartin1

Member Since Dec 18, 2018  39 posts Frank Martin (frankmartin1) Feb 25 at 07:15
Before buying a forex course, do some research on the internet, take some advice from professionals and the best matter is to discuss with a forex mentor.

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