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dylanjessop

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  34 posts dylanjessop Feb 25 at 12:07
Treeny posted:
Try babypips, it's free


Great place to learn as well

dylanjessop

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  34 posts dylanjessop Feb 25 at 12:07
frankmartin1 posted:
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.


No point paying at all tbh

walpants

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  42 posts walpants Feb 26 at 07:14
dylanjessop posted:
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


no its not bad at all there is a lot of great stuff but yes way too much marketing bs.

Trader4hire

Member Since Dec 24, 2018  42 posts Olas Niko (Trader4hire) Feb 26 at 08:47
tracydavison posted:
Ive been thinking about looking at courses. is it worth it? Ive checked on google and its all such a minefield lol


Best way to learn is be with trader, and stick to him/her.

Move along with the Market
dylanjessop

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  34 posts dylanjessop Feb 26 at 13:26
Trader4hire posted:
tracydavison posted:
Ive been thinking about looking at courses. is it worth it? Ive checked on google and its all such a minefield lol


Best way to learn is be with trader, and stick to him/her.


Only if they are reputable.

Trader4hire

Member Since Dec 24, 2018  42 posts Olas Niko (Trader4hire) Feb 26 at 13:32
dylanjessop posted:
Trader4hire posted:
tracydavison posted:
Ive been thinking about looking at courses. is it worth it? Ive checked on google and its all such a minefield lol


Best way to learn is be with trader, and stick to him/her.


Only if they are reputable.



Yes sure, i do mentored some traders in the past, but somehow stressful when they keep asking how did you know when to enter such a trade

Move along with the Market
Mohammadi

Member Since Aug 11, 2017  550 posts Mohammadi Feb 28 at 10:36
Basically we trade Forex in a wrong way , as a result almost 90% traders loser from here especially the newcomers. The newcomers should take demo account which is mainly considered the best place for most powerful analyzing basic knowledge which is very supportive to continue a live trading in a proper way.

dylanjessop

Member Since Feb 07, 2019  34 posts dylanjessop Mar 01 at 13:34
Trader4hire posted:
dylanjessop posted:
Trader4hire posted:
tracydavison posted:
Ive been thinking about looking at courses. is it worth it? Ive checked on google and its all such a minefield lol


Best way to learn is be with trader, and stick to him/her.


Only if they are reputable.



Yes sure, i do mentored some traders in the past, but somehow stressful when they keep asking how did you know when to enter such a trade


Are you a full time trader?

sidekickstarter

Member Since Feb 28, 2019  4 posts Alex Potter (sidekickstarter) Mar 03 at 06:48
I am learning the basic from several free sources. After that I will start with demo account. I think, it's foolish to invest money without knowing the basics.

Trader4hire

Member Since Dec 24, 2018  42 posts Olas Niko (Trader4hire) Mar 03 at 06:48
dylanjessop posted:
Trader4hire posted:
dylanjessop posted:
Trader4hire posted:
tracydavison posted:
Ive been thinking about looking at courses. is it worth it? Ive checked on google and its all such a minefield lol


Best way to learn is be with trader, and stick to him/her.


Only if they are reputable.



Yes sure, i do mentored some traders in the past, but somehow stressful when they keep asking how did you know when to enter such a trade


Are you a full time trader?


Full time and more than 18 years experience


Move along with the Market
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