Youi: Don't do signals, learn the basics first and then you can consider signals but signals is never the answer if you want this to become your fulltime job. Start by learning from babypips.com, you are also welcome to PM me or find me at https://www.myownforex.guru
Those who join new trading need a lot of support. A new trader can face many problems starting from opening an account. And they need a lot of guidance and support to get rid of this problem. The basic idea I get when I join new trading is through a broker. When I started my trading carrier, I did not know about Forex. I learn the basics with the help of Eurotrader broker.
New traders need a lot of support and guidance. When someone joins new trading, they want to get an idea of the basics. They need support to get an idea of the basics. I had no idea about Forex trading when I joined as a new trader. Just then I got a mentor who taught me a lot. I have learned a lot from the broker. I have collected hell information from the broker's website.
If you are newbie and are looking for some guidance on how to start, it is best to try out babypips school of pipsology. It is one of the best resource material for you to read without having to pay for anything.
cardigan posted: If you are newbie and are looking for some guidance on how to start, it is best to try out babypips school of pipsology. It is one of the best resource material for you to read without having to pay for anything.
Agreed. Babypips course is one of the best courses to start with. Even some good forex experts on youtube are of great help for beginners. You can check them too.
i am just starting out doing a few practice runs on a demo account and learning through you tube.
Could any suggest further information and resources? Is it possible to get a coach and if so where should i look? Could paid signals be worth while?
I disagree about paying for training. The axiom, you get what you pay for holds true even in the world of forex. Meaning, if it’s free, it might be worthless. Sure there's free info on YouTube. There's also a lot of useless crap on YouTube. How is a beginner to know the difference? My mentor has brought me up to speed and turned me into a trader. He was a referral from a mutual friend. My point is, if you can verify the expertise, paying for training is definitely worth it. I most profited from having one-on-one sessions in which any and all of my unique questions could be answered. Try getting that out of a YouTube video.
I don't know what the policies are for posting referral information, but I enrolled in IFETI. The International Foreign Exchange training Institute. Of course, you don't know me from Adam, so my previous comment stands. This is just another referral from an unknown source.