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Best step-by-step courses?

Fredrick (shirley_F)
Dec 14 2016 at 08:01
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koval posted:
Of course, you are right. But before you will start paying for education you can learn a lot yourself.


But I guess still the formal education is better to come first as an investment in your future. Of course if you are able to pay for it. Otherwise your suggestions also apply.

LLewis
Dec 14 2016 at 11:13
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I think most of us are learning by doing things. I know people earning quite good money from forex without having a university degree. If you opt in for a training course, be a bit suspicious about the outcome if it is run by your market making broker. But there should be plenty of courses out there locally.

Once a trader, always a trader!
koval
Dec 14 2016 at 13:29
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@LLewis It is stupid teke lessons from courses which are making by market meker. Market maker is oposite side of your transation, thats mean as more you will lose as more they will make money...... it is buissnes conflict :)

kieran (snapdragon1970)
Dec 14 2016 at 13:39
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koval posted:
@LLewis It is stupid teke lessons from courses which are making by market meker. Market maker is oposite side of your transation, thats mean as more you will lose as more they will make money...... it is buissnes conflict :)

Some course providers do have a conflict of interest , just be aware of this ,good to learn from an ex market maker ,inside knowledge is a plus.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
MC85
Dec 19 2016 at 15:07
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snapdragon1970 posted:
Some course providers do have a conflict of interest , just be aware of this ,good to learn from an ex market maker ,inside knowledge is a plus.


Yes, as you said - the keyword is ex market maker to benefit from the insider perspective. I agree with you about the conflict of interest.

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