Can anyone recomend a good trading course?

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Hello,

Can anyone recommend a good trading course or system?One that you can use with small stakes and grow it into something bigger. Something that is not like Anton Kreil`s Profesional Forex trading course
 

tomorton

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Don't spend money on a trading course, but do spend time (and a bit of money) on learning technical analysis from the internet and books.
 
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The mentor tells the learner, “I have some good news and some bad news.”

“What’s the bad news?” asks the novice.

“The bad news is, your money 
is all spent in learning books , and the bank accounts prove you did it.”

“What’s the good news?”

“Your learnt hindsight technical anylysis , based on the set ups in your books , so history will repeat itself when price reaches the levels described in your historical book of past performances .”
 
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That's very good idea not to pay for trading course. Thanks for sharing.
They should buy courses , because the 5% selling courses needs the money from the 95% buying courses.

I the Judge hath decided :We must keep enriching the 5%

It is true beyond reasonable doubt! by me your JUDGE
 

SmartGeek

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You need to understand that if you wanna become successful in Forex Trading, you need to have lots and lots of practice to survive in Forex Trading as Practice makes men perfect.
 
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You need to understand that if you wanna become successful in Forex Trading, you need to have lots and lots of practice to survive in Forex Trading as Practice makes men perfect.
true get demo accounts

99% of new traders lose in trading , you must get 6 profitable months on demo , best way to learn.
 

gerryg

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true get demo accounts

99% of new traders lose in trading , you must get 6 profitable months on demo , best way to learn.
The speed of learning varies for different people it took me three months trading on demo to understand main challenges of live account, so I quickly switch to real trading, doing same more efficient practice, bearing in mind main pitfalls like emotional control, MM, broker issues etc.

I would suggest to learn main problems of trading first and only then focus on earning.
 
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The speed of learning varies for different people it took me three months trading on demo to understand main challenges of live account, so I quickly switch to real trading, doing same more efficient practice, bearing in mind main pitfalls like emotional control, MM, broker issues etc.

I would suggest to learn main problems of trading first and only then focus on earning.
If traders get six months profitability consistently on demo , then the 95% of traders lose would get reduced to 5%.

The forex bucket shops will be out of business.
 

SmartGeek

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There are many trading courses, you need to just search online, you'll find lots of them online, all you need to do is just a little research.
 

gerryg

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If traders get six months profitability consistently on demo , then the 95% of traders lose would get reduced to 5%.

The forex bucket shops will be out of business.
So who will be on the losing side then? Huge forex gains are possible because there are too many losers which is like a small fish eaten by whales and market sharks.
 

SmartGeek

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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.