I have been learning/trading forex now for almost 1 year. Based on the experience I have gained so far, I realized that everything works 'sometimes'. I have tried different approaches but have not been able to attain a level of positive consistent results. I would like to put myself out here and see if anyone who is doing well can teach me their approach on how to trade forex.
I have never looked to be taught so far and have tried going at this on my own but I think it is now time to try and work with someone who is experienced and can help lead the way.
@minosd777 be careful to over speculate,i've enjyed 170trade wins with just 4losses.am i'm aware of who Nial Fuller is.watch some vid's of his.it's not beyond me...we just should learn to be open minded.As far as i'm concerned i can forger any fx idiot to a pro in just 3-5months of working with them..who knows...anyone here could be anybody...
Thanks for the replies everyone. My goal is to look for someone here with a real account doing well and willing to take me on as a student. I am versed trading various methods and tools so am sure i can learn quickly if someone wants to work with me.
A little background about me:
- I come from a successful onlike poker background (2 years) - I have studied and traded forex now almost 1 year - The methods I traded have almost all been put together and backtested by me coming from concepts and methods I learned online - The type of methods I traded high level ranged from S/R on 4h charts, intraday price action trading, intraday momentum trading, trend trading entering on pullbacks.
If there is someone interested in working with me, please email to discuss.
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