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Best step-by-step courses?

LondonSW1
Apr 16 2016 at 18:36
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Does anyone know the best and easiest (free) step by step courses on forex?

When you're new its a total ocean of confusion out there. Don't even know where to start.

XharpScalper
Apr 17 2016 at 06:11
285 ieraksti
There is no easy way to forex trust me on that.😄

try babypips school.

supertrader9
Apr 17 2016 at 06:27
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idimitrov
Apr 17 2016 at 11:49
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LondonSW1
Apr 18 2016 at 06:11
3 ieraksti
We're all of you as lost and confused on the topic when you started - or is it just me? There is so much information out there one hardly knows what to look at and what to avoid.

FSM (dkilmer)
Apr 18 2016 at 06:12
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yeah, babypips is a good honest basic course. I also found one at forexpeacearmy.com , its a little cheesy, but very simple and in depth.

that ocean of confusion is more intense than you might first realize. I would suggest getting used to it being there, and always be wary of anything you see or hear about the markets. Any 'free' info may not be 'good' , and any 'good' info will probably not be free. But that statement isn't always true.

Since forex is an international market, anyone and their mom in the world can make a course and sell it to you for xxx$'s .

I only read books that are recommended to me or written in another book as a reference , and I am currently saving cash to take a few courses at claytrader.com , and that is just my personal preference ( I like that the guy is white, American, and is trying to earn 0.5% a day in his trading ).

And when you read or hear news, take it with a grain of salt. And NEVER listen to so-called market analysis , they are on drugs
😲

Everything in the market is like a fart, if you have to force it, it is probably shit
ranxerox
Apr 18 2016 at 06:26
1 ieraksti
Anna Coulling has the best books Ive read so far. Forex for Beginners on Amazom was a great read. She gives you a good overview and had follow up books on each subject she covers in every chapter. thumbs Up! FREE on Kindle!

Lynne Douglas (canoebaby6)
May 25 2016 at 06:41
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I am a student of Market Trader's Institute and find them extremely good. They tend to be expensive but the investment is starting to pay back.

mlawson71
May 25 2016 at 08:28
1487 ieraksti
If you're a total newbie the babypips course will probably be quite helpful.

wiseinvest
May 25 2016 at 09:01
127 ieraksti
A unanimous and resounding chanting of the word babypips..
A must for everyone..

My accounts will ALWAYS show high DD. This is done purposely to maximize our withdrawals every week.
wslmtd
May 25 2016 at 12:03
2 ieraksti
Thank you for all your feedback and recommends. I really appreciate it!

wslmtd
May 25 2016 at 12:04
2 ieraksti
Has anyone complete the Warrior Trader series?

kieran (snapdragon1970)
Jun 15 2016 at 17:49
1945 ieraksti
I started in Stocks,Forex is a breeze in comparison,great training though.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
koval
Jun 16 2016 at 10:59
37 ieraksti
Willem
Willem1
Jun 20 2016 at 06:24
1 ieraksti
Their are many forex courses .

If I was you I would follow a course by a private trader who makes money.



Torsten (tormess)
Dec 07 2016 at 07:14
52 ieraksti
Willem1 posted:
If I was you I would follow a course by a private trader who makes money.


Finding a trading coach makes sense. Good advice! I would also recommend babypips for all newbees in trading. There are here topics in the forum also discussing sources for education that I find useful 😄

@LondonSW1 So what's your story nowadays? Did you find a good course or what sources to learn more about trading do you use?

Karel (Bohdan73)
Dec 09 2016 at 09:22
51 ieraksti
LondonSW1 posted:
Does anyone know the best and easiest (free) step by step courses on forex?

When you're new its a total ocean of confusion out there. Don't even know where to start.


I don't think there is something like a shortcut to success in forex. You need to spend many time in front of the charts to learn or studying the moves of the good traders if you find such.

Trade with determination!
koval
Dec 13 2016 at 13:56
37 ieraksti
I agree @karel. only way to be probitable trader is watch better ones and lot of practice:)

kieran (snapdragon1970)
Dec 13 2016 at 14:11
1945 ieraksti
Bohdan73 posted:
LondonSW1 posted:
Does anyone know the best and easiest (free) step by step courses on forex?

When you're new its a total ocean of confusion out there. Don't even know where to start.


I don't think there is something like a shortcut to success in forex. You need to spend many time in front of the charts to learn or studying the moves of the good traders if you find such.

There is a short cut , but there is no free way, yes you can pick up somethings online but its a minefield unless you know what to look for, it is worth paying for education like any profession.

"They mistook leverage with genius".
koval
Dec 13 2016 at 15:57
37 ieraksti
Of course, you are right. But before you will start paying for education you can learn a lot yourself. For beginnig enough is just observe another traders. Read theirs idea and trades. Follow web pages like www.myfxbook.com www.babypips.com or www.consiliuminvest.com

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