finnishpension posted: Keep clear of the free information and opinions on forums. It is all junk or written by newbies. Find a proper paid for course from someone that has a myfxbook page with results
Not sure I agree.
Babypips Ditto Trade Forex Peace Army Forex.Academy
All great places to learn for free!
I have used most of these during my journey and completely agree. There are so many fantastic resources available for free out there. Most of the 'paid courses' just regurgitate this free information. Also, finding a genuine mentor is very difficult as the industry is littered with scammers. You need the base knowledge before even considering more advanced mentoring.
As I can see most of the people have mentioned Babypips here, I also agree with the same. Babypips is a good forum to grasp basic knowledge about forex trading. Good platform for beginners. But for practical knowledge, practice on demo account is best.
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.
Do not recommend you to take any cause it's really not applicable in many many cases out there, people usually can get something like that for free basically everywhere like a lot of other people already do suggested. So it's up to you.
Oktaviani posted: Do not recommend you to take any cause it's really not applicable in many many cases out there, people usually can get something like that for free basically everywhere like a lot of other people already do suggested. So it's up to you.
Yes. I also think that every trader should make their decision with their own. Don't follow others' advice.
it seems like so much people are maid and crazy with that courses. It's a trick. I know people who has thair own courses (like 1 of my friends). They thing that they help people but they just earn money on human laziness
all information you can get for free, expierence - only by your own
You are better off buying a book to learn forex most of the courses out there lack full information and context. For technical analysis A good book would be technical analysis of the financial markets by John F Murphy
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?
There are plenty of free materials on the internet to learn forex trading. Some of them are really good staff. We just have to do a good search. On youtube, there are some good channels that contain some great videos. Thus, I do not think we should buy expensive trading courses. Even an expensive course may not contain good lessons. We cannot be sure before purchasing it. So what is point of losing money in them.
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