Can anyone recomend a good trading course?

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Old Jun 12, 2017, 5:00pm   #16
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Gains are for those, who wait for it with patience and have discipline in their trades, you need to learn a lot to become successful in Forex Trading, else you might be just wasting your time and money.
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Old Jun 25, 2017, 5:09am   #17
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Gains are in fact for those who work hard, make analysis, enter and exit the market on right time.. otherwise you will see many buying or selling at the same time thinking that all of them are clever however there are only a few which are making money by trading forex.
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Old Jun 27, 2017, 3:37pm   #18
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No one is better teacher than you yourself. Try to evaluate yourself and gain experience on your own, there are many trading courses, but none of them will give you better results than your own practice in Real Trading.
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Old Jun 28, 2017, 12:57pm   #19
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I think that there are lots of free resources that can be used instead of paid courses. I've learnt in such a way.

Here are some blogs (they have some commercial offers as well but read the free sections only) Note that I'm not their partner, I just share the info that I've found useful
1. Tradeciety. I really love how these guys describe PA patterns and even the whole system they use in parts. This resource will be useful for those who like trading with Price Action (I have to confess that I like it very much, honestly)
2. Forex Notes. I found this one not so long ago thanks to Facebook and it has impressed me, for sure. Itís non commercial. Tips on using indicators, systems, PA, etc. with examples as well as thrilling historical facts can be found there.
3. Learntotradethemarket. Here is a blog that can be useful both for newbies and experienced traders who prefer using Price Action. By the way, it really works, so why not?
4. Jarrat Davis tells us basics mostly, but I like his style. Tips and tricks for beginners, articles on indicators etc. are written quite well and understandable.
These are the blogs made by traders and mentors. I want to repeat that they MAY have commercial offers, but Iím not advertising ANY of that products, but share FREE content (articles) with you.
If we talking about forex resources with analytics, forecasts, market overview, economic calendars, and so on, I advise you to visit the following ones:
Investing
Barchart
DailyFX
FinanceMagnates

Of course, forums can help, like this one, Forex Factory and Babypips, but I think you've already registered there.
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Old Jun 29, 2017, 7:55am   #20
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just go on youtube and type any trading vocabulary from this site

example ftse trade

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Old Jun 30, 2017, 5:27pm   #21
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You need to do a little research, as there are many trading courses and strategies that you could use while trading with Forex, you need to learn yourself and keep learning.
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Old Jun 30, 2017, 6:13pm   #22
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cannot recommend 1 course really for a beginner .......they will all fleece you and teach you free stuff for $000's

hence why we are all telling you to learn from the net first re basics and build up knowledge for free

once you have a little knowledge in the bank (say 6 months).......you will smell B*ll Sh*t much easier

theres some good courses out there for intermediate/advanced traders ........but unfortunately most newbies get grabbed by vendors before that and they have both sucked you dry with fees and also indoctrinated you into their own personal cr*p trading strategies and systems

in fact the good ones can bleed you for years if they do it right (a few wins here and there to keep you keen)

shame but true .......

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Old Jul 3, 2017, 5:15am   #23
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cannot recommend 1 course really for a beginner .......they will all fleece you and teach you free stuff for $000's

hence why we are all telling you to learn from the net first re basics and build up knowledge for free

once you have a little knowledge in the bank (say 6 months).......you will smell B*ll Sh*t much easier

theres some good courses out there for intermediate/advanced traders ........but unfortunately most newbies get grabbed by vendors before that and they have both sucked you dry with fees and also indoctrinated you into their own personal cr*p trading strategies and systems

in fact the good ones can bleed you for years if they do it right (a few wins here and there to keep you keen)

shame but true .......

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I agree, but for basic knowledge I think forums are not bad choice.
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Old Jul 6, 2017, 8:27am   #24
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I think you should not spend money on finding paid Courses As there are plenty of free good resources are available on the internet that can help you thoroughly become a professional Trader.
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Old Jul 6, 2017, 8:33am   #25
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Most of us say trader training courses are poor value - but few admit to having been on one of the courses.

For a change I would love to see a reply from someone who has actually been on a trader's training course - and could say what was good about it and what was not good about it - from personal experience.
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Old Jul 20, 2017, 7:13am   #27
 
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You can refer to courses at TeleTrade. I see the quality of their courses pretty good, the teaching staff is enthusiastic and also gets extra support after the course.
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Old Jul 22, 2017, 5:05am   #28
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That's quite a nice platform to learn about Forex Trading, thank you for sharing it here. Also you could go through the sites like Babypips and Forex Peace Army, if you wanna learn in more better way.
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Old Aug 4, 2017, 11:26am   #29
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i hop it helps, look into pipsology its a good basic FREE online course. try google it should be there, just for the basics really.
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Old Aug 9, 2017, 7:06pm   #30
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You could learn the Forex Trading, through sites like Babypips and FPA, all you need to do is to just visit it.
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