What free educational resources do you use to learn trading?

junaidraz278

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Hi, guys!

I’m a new player in this challenging game named “Trading.”

So far I’ve used exclusively the information posted on varied forex forums. It’s time to level up, open new locations on the map, and find more powerful weapons.

Yeah, there’re a lot of paid educational sources on the Internet. However, after checking reviews, I have concluded that most of them are useless. They were some kind of marketing fraud. I hope you understand what I mean.

So, I’m at a loss, guys. Please help me with a piece of advice.

What educational sources (preferably free) have you used? What are your impressions? What sites, blogs, software, forums, YouTube channels, webinars, training, courses, workshops, etc. would you recommend? Which ones should I never try?

Thanks in advance!

P.S. I would like to try paid courses, too. However, they must be really helpful and shouldn’t be an empty vessel.
 
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FxMaster

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Hi, guys!

I’m a new player in this challenging game named “Trading.”

So far I’ve used exclusively the information posted on varied forex forums. It’s time to level up, open new locations on the map, and find more powerful weapons.

Yeah, there’re a lot of paid educational sources on the Internet. However, after checking reviews, I have concluded that most of them are useless. They were some kind of marketing fraud. I hope you understand what I mean.

So, I’m at a loss, guys. Please help me with a piece of advice.

What educational sources (preferably free) have you used? What are your impressions? What sites, blogs, software, forums, YouTube channels, webinars, training, courses, workshops, etc. would you recommend? Which ones should I never try?

Thanks in advance!

P.S. I would like to try paid courses, too. However, they must be really helpful and shouldn’t be an empty vessel.
Here you go Forex Military School :)
 

sebking1986

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The Military School, BP School of Pipsology and YouTube have more than enough information between them to get you well on your way.
 

fxoday

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I am learning much from babypips school of pipsology, there with language easy to understand, and the main point to become a good trader is our minds, in simple theory, trading is only how a trader can buy at low and sell at high, but market forex is complex, dynamic and here trader need patience in the learning process.
 

emetserg

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In my opinion, YouTube is now one of the best educational platforms. There are a lot of educational channels there. You just enter a keyword in the search. Also, you can try the interactive course built into the forex tester. Firstly, it is free, and secondly, during training, you will learn how to use the acquired knowledge in practice. All the market basics are explained in a very simple, interactive. True, it is designed for beginners...
 

adi123

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Hi, guys!

I’m a new player in this challenging game named “Trading.”

So far I’ve used exclusively the information posted on varied forex forums. It’s time to level up, open new locations on the map, and find more powerful weapons.

Yeah, there’re a lot of paid educational sources on the Internet. However, after checking reviews, I have concluded that most of them are useless. They were some kind of marketing fraud. I hope you understand what I mean.

So, I’m at a loss, guys. Please help me with a piece of advice.

What educational sources (preferably free) have you used? What are your impressions? What sites, blogs, software, forums, YouTube channels, webinars, training, courses, workshops, etc. would you recommend? Which ones should I never try?

Thanks in advance!

P.S. I would like to try paid courses, too. However, they must be really helpful and shouldn’t be an empty vessel.
For me, this interactive course is too simple, but for beginners, what do they need
 

HeavenLeighRob

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Babypips was my go to, along with YouTube. I wanted the whole free approach as well, couldn't bring myself to sink a lot of money into a mentor when everything is available online for free.
 

Juniper

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There are lots of useful educational resources online which can be reached free of charge. You can start from this website or go to babypips where you will also find a beautiful educational center. Your broker may also have some sort of educational materials. After learning these resources you can get knowledge from trading forums for some more specific details of trading or learning new trading strategies.
 

Goldcaster

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Actually, there are plenty of such resources which can help you to upgrade skills in particular filed of trading activity. In my opinion, the best educational resources are those which are provided by the broker. Some of traders usually don't trust these courses, nevertheless everything depends on the broker. If it's reliable and trustworthy, then perhaps it has great resources for beginners. Brokers are always interested in traders' promotion, because traders help brokers to generate money. It's profitable for them to provide traders with educational courses which improve their skills and help to gain knowledge.
 
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