Jimmblack posted: Honestly, I'm a newbie in trading as you are. I did not use EA though I want to try. But how to understand which EA is better and where it can be bought?
For a newbie one should first learn at least the basics of forex and understand technical and fundamental analysis before they start using an EA. I think using EAs from the very beginning will create more problem than help because It takes time to understand it
Knowledge is the key to success in Forex. There is nobody who can make success from here without knowledge . so we have to emphasis on acquiring real trading knowledge and we can get most powerful analyzing trade knowledge by passing a long time. Otherwise that’s not possible at all.
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