Should i pay for a course etc etc etc?????

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Old Mar 30, 2009, 10:20pm   #22
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Every few days there are people posting on here asking if it's worth spending £2000 on some dodgy course.

Yes some may offer you good info and training but most seem to be a sham and a scam.
£750 buys you a PC with a big monitor, position it so that you can see it from as many places in the house as possible. Just watch price action for a few thousand hours, it'll teach you more than any course.

£1000 buys you 2,000 pips to lose at 50p/point spread-betting. That will also teach you more than any course.

The remaining £250 buys you a treat as a reward for all this effort, although very few of these remain strictly legal.

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Old Mar 30, 2009, 10:32pm   #23
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£750 buys you a PC with a big monitor, position it so that you can see it from as many places in the house as possible. Just watch price action for a few thousand hours, it'll teach you more than any course.

£1000 buys you 2,000 pips to lose at 50p/point spread-betting. That will also teach you more than any course.

The remaining £250 buys you a treat as a reward for all this effort, although very few of these remain strictly legal.

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Old Apr 7, 2009, 9:31pm   #24
 
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foredog started this thread Another free stratergy from this forum

http://www.trade2win.com/boards/fore...-strategy.html

REMEMBER TO DEMO ANY OF THESE UNTIL YOU FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH THEM AND SURE THEY WILL MAKE MONEY.

(mods, if you're able to add his link to the post#2 or tell me how that'd be appreciated
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Old Apr 7, 2009, 9:34pm   #25
 
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foredog started this thread If anyone can think of any more good FREE strategies please feel free to post them.
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Old Apr 7, 2009, 10:54pm   #26
 
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The "Three Ducks" is rather fun (aimed at Forex). Should be easily findable. Seems to have a lot of support. I've never seriously tried it though. It's MA-based.
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Old Apr 7, 2009, 10:56pm   #27
 
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The remaining £250 buys you a treat as a reward for all this effort, although very few of these remain strictly legal.
"The best things in life are illegal, immoral, or fattening"

The "treat" could be a few trading books...
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Old Apr 21, 2009, 12:51am   #28
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free trading education without going to a 'spread betting tutor' -> Spread betting questions? Find answers with these FAQs or ask one of our experts
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