FAQ Can You Recommend a Mentor, Coach or Trading Course?

Brumby

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1. Patience - non market related
2. Patience - trade related
3. Strategy - Stick to it and the rules, don't try to pull trades where they don't exist.
4. Rules - Stick to them with that patience
5. Use NO lagging studies
6. Document to the world every trade and the conditions under which you took it.
7. NEVER trade more than 2 (or monitor) more than 2/3 pair if FX, or instruments if anything else.
IT keeps your focus on the objective.
Regarding 1 - 4, are you personally in 100 % compliance under all conditions?
 
#92
It is clearer. You are referring to both mass and individual psychology.

Re the statistical data, do you have a source for it or is it just your personal opinion? I have done significant reading in this area and have never seen any research data on it.
This convo could go on forever..30 years broken down to a few comments lol. i feel like a politician when they say they read the whole 10,000 page document in 2 days.
 

NVP

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I think what was missed here is that someone fluent with coaching or helping others will identify a traders weakness in no time flat. As long as the priorities are in place, which of primary importance has nothing to do with trading itself (patience, patience and patience) Then the approach or strategy used should be fit like a fine pair of shoes not the other way around. Those are the critical steps to finding a coach/mentor. Those principles take trader confidence which is typically 35% per trade and boost it to 75% in no time. But remove the historical lag of time and you've got real results.
you can find any client a few percentage points on their performance with reviewing and upgrading the basics.............

but to take a trader from 35-70% as stated would require introducing them to completely new strategies ..........and they may not want to ....especially the old dogs......it takes a huge leap
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you can find any client a few percentage points on their performance with reviewing and upgrading the basics.............

but to take a trader from 35-70% as stated would require introducing them to completely new strategies ..........and they may not want to ....especially the old dogs......it takes a huge leap
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If price action is price action, but a 20% increase is found.. it has nothing to do with strategy. Re acquainting yes.
 
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trader coach for what?

I think all this resourses are useful, but the real experience u gain only when u start trading even with the smallest amount
I could not had said it any better. The real experience starts when you start trading a live account. Paper trading is good, but don't get caught up in it. Like the poster said being honest with yourself is a very big key in trading keep a journal it will pay big dividends.
 

NVP

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I could not had said it any better. The real experience starts when you start trading a live account. Paper trading is good, but don't get caught up in it. Like the poster said being honest with yourself is a very big key in trading keep a journal it will pay big dividends.
Sure the real work begins live trading ......but a lot of the drilling and discipline will still be gained from extended demo training ....a lot of trading is about drilling in consistent execution and processes .....and that is always available to pr@ctice offline in demo

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dvid

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I would recommend Nial Fuller" price action trading course. I think if you are trading long-term it's one of the best courses you can take. He goes deep in how to acquire price action trading strategies.

He teaches the basics of Forex, have four different price action patterns he uses for his trades and help you how to improve your trading by writing a trading plan and trading journal.

It doesn't matter if you are beginner or experienced trader.

You have to pay for his course, but I don't think it's too expensive and it's worth it.

Check out his website
 
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I would recommend Trading with Rayner he has a Price Action Course. Teaches the basic of price action. There is a small fee for the course, but well worth it. Check out Trading with Rayner
 

MiriGrace

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I use such platforms as coursera and udemy for self-education. And when it came to trading issues, keep in mind that only one thing you will learn there is a strong theory and nothing else. But don't expect anyone will share real working strategy. For example, I work as a freelance writer and tutor at different online academic sources and I have my own client base but I don’t want to share it because It has taken me a long time for client engagement.