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

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dbphoenix

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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
These are not the basics of price action. Rather he teaches indicators and candles. Price action has nothing to do with either. If you want to learn the basics of price action, you'll have to get past all that. But if the indicators and candles are working for you, no need to bother. But then you won't be trading price.
 

econbizer

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These are not the basics of price action. Rather he teaches indicators and candles. Price action has nothing to do with either. If you want to learn the basics of price action, you'll have to get past all that. But if the indicators and candles are working for you, no need to bother. But then you won't be trading price.
like your re-hased ebooks on wycoff! it's v. ironic that while the 'straight line approach' is so simple, that 90++% of newcomers looking for the 'holy grail' will be unable to accept it

your ebooks r great for 'old' newcomers, who have explored indicators. & r beginning to understand that there is no 'holy grail'. indicators r ultimately calculated from price. then it makes better sense to look directly at price. looking back, my own search for a 'holy grail' combi of indicators can best be described as evading full responsibility for trading decisions. rather than decide for myself, it was easier to let indicators decide

it's always nice to see works like yours, that inspire those on this journey. see you at the journey's end :)
 

Pat494

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This thread is a MUST for all wannabee traders just starting out.

Could be interesting for long time traders that never made the profit grade too.
 

NVP

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trading is not rocket science.......

just do what anyone has to do to be a member of the top 5% of their chosen field of business, sport or endeavour...

thats it ......no shortcuts or excuses
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Smurai

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If someone is really want to learn trading then he must start with self-learning, reading blogs and content on websites can also help you.
I agree, self learning and experience are the only way to get success in forex world.