New to trading and keen to learn.

JPS67

Newbie
1 0
I have just moved back to the U.K. and I am looking at learning how to trade. I have dabbled a little in Australia with a mixed results, but luckily I made money overall. I would like to properly learn reading charts and know what people use for online brokers with live feeds of the markets. Any advice would be great.
 

Sharim

Junior member
39 4
The most important thing you can learn is not to see abstract learning as a magicstick that will solve all your problems and will make you professional trading. Learning is only one part of becoming a trader and is nothing without experience. I mean that learning, is, of course, important, but you shouldn't learn for something unclear. You should first of all set up a clear plan of what you want to achieve with your trading and than learn those stuff, that you need to achieve the desired result. That's why I'm sure that it's better learn not with books, but with blogs and webinars, as book force you learn "everything" and blogs/webinars/other Internet stuff let you concentrate on those thing, that are really important to you. Moreover, the important thing to learn is psychology. You should learn it to understand other traders and understand yourself and your own emotions. Many experienced traders say that the main reason of losses is emotions and you should learn how to overcome their influence.
 

fibo_trader

Veteren member
4,908 86
I have just moved back to the U.K. and I am looking at learning how to trade. I have dabbled a little in Australia with a mixed results, but luckily I made money overall. I would like to properly learn reading charts and know what people use for online brokers with live feeds of the markets. Any advice would be great.

You must pass the entrance exam first. Answer the question below

Joline, on a blind date with a stockbroker, asked him what his favorite stage of human development is, what she should be doing in the stock market, what his sexual orientation is, and about his preferred way to end a conversation. His answer left her feeling very in sync with him.

What was his answer?
 

hatemypips

Established member
556 40
I have just moved back to the U.K. and I am looking at learning how to trade. I have dabbled a little in Australia with a mixed results, but luckily I made money overall. I would like to properly learn reading charts and know what people use for online brokers with live feeds of the markets. Any advice would be great.
TradingView Ideas should be a place start, especially if you want to try ready solutions and start from practice and concrete examples. Broker webinars can be helpful too but their quality vary, depends on the speaker and the topic.
 

Akinozragore

Active member
108 6
Learning is not a goal, that's a process and you shouldn't learn just to keep on. Your learning should be an instrument that allows you to achieve your main goal - to become a good trader, so you need learn only those points, that will be beneficial to your trading. Also, you should learn step-by-step, as many traders start learning from the hard things, when even don't understand the basics. Of course, that's the way that will ruin your trading, so read good books and read blogs, but don't think that learning is the only key to success. Another point is an experience and in trading it's even more important than learning some stuff. I think that the best way is to find a reliable broker with strong educational center and convenient demo-account.
 

NVP

Legendary member
37,283 1,936
You must pass the entrance exam first. Answer the question below

Joline, on a blind date with a stockbroker, asked him

what his favorite stage of human development is - early neanderthal

what she should be doing in the stock market - nothing as she is a woman

what his sexual orientation is - everything

and about his preferred way to end a conversation - walk away


His answer left her feeling very in sync with him.

What was his answer?
see above for ideas......??
 

NVP

Legendary member
37,283 1,936
Learning is not a goal, that's a process and you shouldn't learn just to keep on. Your learning should be an instrument that allows you to achieve your main goal - to become a good trader, so you need learn only those points, that will be beneficial to your trading. Also, you should learn step-by-step, as many traders start learning from the hard things, when even don't understand the basics. Of course, that's the way that will ruin your trading, so read good books and read blogs, but don't think that learning is the only key to success. Another point is an experience and in trading it's even more important than learning some stuff. I think that the best way is to find a reliable broker with strong educational center and convenient demo-account.
if its defined as learning you are in the wrong game .......

trading is a passion and it hurts if you dont know something you should......its like a hunger .......

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fibo_trader

Veteren member
4,908 86
You must pass the entrance exam first. Answer the question below

Joline, on a blind date with a stockbroker, asked him what his favorite stage of human development is, what she should be doing in the stock market, what his sexual orientation is, and about his preferred way to end a conversation. His answer left her feeling very in sync with him.

What was his answer?


"Baby, buy, bi, bye."
 
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