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Want help on choosing best forex trading training tool or course

Jungle78
Feb 17 at 13:24
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Paulm22 posted:
Axi trader..
thats all is got to say, its a very good broker[/quote
Hows that doung now is it still active ?

gildlef
Feb 18 at 09:35
27 poster
Joz8 posted:
There are various sources that offer free learning course as well, why don't you go for them? Like we have one with babypips, I have seen many traders using that. I personally would suggest to stay away from the paid sources, most of them are here to steal your money, or if you really want to go for one, give it a good research first, check on their genuineness and only then opt.

I used Babypips School of Pipsology and it turned out to be quite a good decision. A good 6 months or so invested well in learning about the basics and fundamentals of Forex.

EbonyJones
Feb 18 at 09:51
232 poster
Leverage is more likely to be lost if not used properly. Leverage is very important in trading. The lower the leverage, the safe the investment.

Gareylinn509
Feb 18 at 12:21
34 poster
gildlef posted:
Joz8 posted:
There are various sources that offer free learning course as well, why don't you go for them? Like we have one with babypips, I have seen many traders using that. I personally would suggest to stay away from the paid sources, most of them are here to steal your money, or if you really want to go for one, give it a good research first, check on their genuineness and only then opt.

I used Babypips School of Pipsology and it turned out to be quite a good decision. A good 6 months or so invested well in learning about the basics and fundamentals of Forex.

Not denying that learning about the basics is important but I’m more concerned about losing money when trading. What about that?

Femilas
Feb 19 at 06:46
30 poster
It seems to me that it will be more effective to use a variety of resources for training.

gildlef
Feb 19 at 09:51
27 poster
Gareylinn509 posted:
gildlef posted:
Joz8 posted:
There are various sources that offer free learning course as well, why don't you go for them? Like we have one with babypips, I have seen many traders using that. I personally would suggest to stay away from the paid sources, most of them are here to steal your money, or if you really want to go for one, give it a good research first, check on their genuineness and only then opt.

I used Babypips School of Pipsology and it turned out to be quite a good decision. A good 6 months or so invested well in learning about the basics and fundamentals of Forex.

Not denying that learning about the basics is important but I’m more concerned about losing money when trading. What about that?

This is where demo accounts come to help. Before you jump into the real world of trading, I’d suggest spending some good months practicing on a demo account with reliable brokers. The ones that I went for were fxview and xtb. You can opt for the ones that suit your trading strategy. I’m sure you’d not want to lose any money so yeah demo trading can be real good here. Get access to the market charts, trading signals, forex news and a lot more that’ll help you trade better and map out the strategies before you start trading.

arildbull
Mar 02 at 10:23
23 poster
You can surely begin with taking a course. There are websites like Udemy and Babypips that offer very good trading courses. You can start with any one of those and see how things turn out.

LyudmilLukanov
Mar 02 at 12:36
327 poster
Courses are one of the best options to learn trading. Many expert traders provide courses to traders.

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