After reviewing a few threads, I've been told to perhaps look into mentors and teachers for Forex however I have been doing as much as I can and I can't seem to find one that looks legitimate, can anybody recommend somebody to me?
Jurczycho posted: Please, never do not learn Forex trading on any forum!
I don't see anything wrong in learning forex from forums. Although there is a lot of useless information, if you will look hard enough you'll be able to find priceless information. Moreover, it's easier to learn based on others' experiences.
Mentors aren't always the best choice. You should always remember 'Those who can, do; those who can't, teach'. Most of the so called mentors are no traders and look to make money off of the course's fees.
I have found a mix of everything has helped answer a lot of questions and angles quickly. I have tried a few angles and robots over the last months and for me it was all helpfull to push the correct way ( for me) to the top. I'm chasing the very basics and will jump on board with a' Keep It Simple 'mentor until I get a year under my belt.
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