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Can you suggest some good trading courses?

Discussion in 'Forex Company Comparisons' started by Bibika, Apr 11, 2011.

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    My advice would be to browse the internet and read up on what forex is all about. Learn the fundamentals by starting right here at the FPA ( at top Education & Forums-Forex Signals & Education – Forex Military School) and read all the very useful articles posted there.
    All these are FREE and all it cost is your time.

    Pay attention to “How to pick a Broker” section and once you have selected on a broker or brokers, join their forum to “feel” them out. Ask questions about anything and everything.
    Start a Demo account (completely FREE too) and practice, practice, and more practice until you know how to use the trading platform and the charts.

    There is no short cut to learning to trade the forex successfully (in fact, this applies to every trade/profession in Life).
    Actual physical experiences are much2 more useful to you than taking up a course which teaches you the basic only anywhere.

    If you discover that you love trading forex, well, that’s a bonus ‘cause there is nothing like doing something you love for a living.

    If you have some money that you can afford to lose, then go on a LIVE account after you are through with DEMO account. The chances of you blowing up your first LIVE account is high, but there are exception. However, you will learn much more valuable lessons from the experiences derived from LIVE trading than you will ever get from attending some expensive hyped up forex course.

    Follow Sive Morten’s analysis and, though it might not make much sense to you initially, you will get the idea eventually.
    Henry Liu’s analysis of up-coming market news is most helpful too and so is the post by Mustapha Azeez here at the FPA under Education & Forums –Commerce Zone - Company’s Articles…and many other articles posted by other seasoned and experienced Forex Traders. I used the site 100Forex Brokers when I first started out and have found some of the articles there invaluable.

    Learn to make your own trade, do not go for a Robot/EA to do your trading for you as there really are no such program which can make you money. Don’t depend on signals (free or paid ones) for your trading either as you should be able to make your trades based on what you know. Develop your own trading style as nobody can teach you how you should trade.

    Enjoy your Forex journey and practice patience, as patience is what you will need most in trading the forex successfully.
     

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