I also agree with the previous commentator. Why would you spend money on some coach? Everything you need is already online. If you have any questions, the answers can be found on the forum or online. The same with motivation in different forums you can find a bunch of users who will be ready to support you (absolutely free). So don't complicate your life in reality. In the 21st century, everything can be found online and free of charge.
In order to understand that your mentor is good, you need to know something about trading yourself. Trader are looking for a mentor when he/she have learned (at least a little) all the basics and have experience of trading on a demo. And only when you are ready to trade on a real account with real money, then you can safely look for a mentor. Unfortunately, there are a lot of scammers online now, who only need your money. So you need to be as careful with it as possible.
I also think that these days you have to be very careful with who you trust with the money. Because there are a lot of scammers working under the guise of mentors now. And it won't be easy to get your money back. And even if money isn't a problem, what knowledge do you count on getting? All the "introduction" to trading you have to learn by yourself, and then, when you're on your feet and know what you want, you can look for a mentor.
I'm not sure if it's a good idea to keep one-in-one approach, because the market is an extremely variable structure that requires mobility and constant adaptation. And it's worth admitting that some of the approaches that were in demand a year ago aren't working at all now...
Um, I haven't heard anything like it.
But I think that you should listen to the recommendations of our colleagues and pay attention to a variety of approaches that will help you understand the market better. Still, there are a lot of nuances that you should understand well.
Before choosing a reliable mentor make sure you are ready with all the collected research work and have gathered knowledge of the relative field from your end.
When selecting good forex keep the following points in mind: reliability, extensive market experience, and follow market on a regular basis.
Most importantly a mentor should trade for themselves.