Trading Courses In Manchester?

fxtrader0007

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Hi All

Im new to all this but firmly believe from what ive read up online that it is possible to learn how to trade. I found this company wizard capital management based in Manchester anyone been on there course or know anything about them?

Thanks for your help!
 

Enzzo

Active member
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Hi All

Im new to all this but firmly believe from what ive read up online that it is possible to learn how to trade
Hi,
You can be sure that is possible to learn how to trade....
I don't really know that company, but before getting involve in any course, I would personally study the basics of the game by myself, and eventually you are gonna get an strong base to be able to take full advantage of any course (if you really want to do one after it) or to keep on going your own way, picking here and there from that that adapts better to your personality/style/mentality, etc...
:)
 

pboyles

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Hi All

Im new to all this but firmly believe from what ive read up online that it is possible to learn how to trade. I found this company wizard capital management based in Manchester anyone been on there course or know anything about them?

Thanks for your help!
You are wasting your money, don't pay for training from any of these companies.
 

trendie

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Hi All

Im new to all this but firmly believe from what ive read up online that it is possible to learn how to trade. I found this company wizard capital management based in Manchester anyone been on there course or know anything about them?

Thanks for your help!
If it's free, go for it.
Whilst it's true that a lot of info is available for free, you need to know where to look. A structured course may give you a framework for further research by yourself.

A quick "companies house webcheck" shows the company was incorporated Dec 2011, a mere 5/6 months ago.
WebCHeck - Select and Access Company Information

Don't get cornered into buying any "upgrade" course where they divulge the "real secrets", or any of that kind.

Have fun, keep an open, but critical, mind.
 

fxtrader0007

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Thanks for your comments fellas, they do a free workshop so going to go and have a look at what the score is next week, from what ive read in other posts etc there are some good companies and bad ones - like anything i guess.

Really want to learn about this so gotta start somewhere
 

pboyles

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Thanks for your comments fellas, they do a free workshop so going to go and have a look at what the score is next week, from what ive read in other posts etc there are some good companies and bad ones - like anything i guess.

Really want to learn about this so gotta start somewhere
This is the wrong way to start, these guy will take your money and teach you some crap you can find yourself on babypips.com
 

the hare

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This is the wrong way to start, these guy will take your money and teach you some crap you can find yourself on babypips.com
Sadly I think its a stage that most people need to go through. I suppose the trick is to make this phase as short and cheap as possible, although many get trapped for years until they run out of enthusiasm or money.

All you can hope for is that you get some entertainment thrown in, for example watching the worlds foremost expert on price behaviour bee-yatch slapping employess, or the grand wizard tieing a fellow course participant to a chair, gagging them, and putting a paper bag over their head. It might not help in developing as a trader, but you'd cherish those memories for life.
 
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trendie

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Sadly I think its a stage that most people need to go through. I suppose the trick is to make this phase as short and cheap as possible, although many get trapped for years until they run out of enthusiasm or money.

All you can hope for is that you get some entertainment thrown in, for example watching the worlds foremost expert on price behaviour bee-yatch slapping employess, or the grand wizard tieing a fellow course participant to a chair, gagging them, and putting a paper bag over their head. It might not help in developing as a trader, but you'd cherish those memories for life.
Have to agree with you, there.
Instead of trying to find the perfect course, newbies should attend several freebie courses.
Then, the essential dreary, sameness of it all becomes apparent.
Information tends to be fascinating at first, but the realisation of the dreams of success carry many, many, caveats.

The OP should, at some point, realise that if the information in the courses were any good, the tutors should be too busy making money than teaching. (or, indeed, posting on forums :))

Yes, the OP perhaps needs to go through the experience at minimum cost.
(And not to let anyone near his Star Chamber, lest he walk funny for days while the smarting wears off.)
 

the hare

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...And not to let anyone near his Star Chamber, lest he walk funny for days while the smarting wears off.
t2w definately has its share of hidden gems :LOL:
 

fxtrader0007

Junior member
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Well im going to take your advice and go for a look, they offer a free workshop just interested to see what its all about and il go with an open but cautious mind!
 

counter_violent

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Well im going to take your advice and go for a look, they offer a free workshop just interested to see what its all about and il go with an open but cautious mind!
Yes this would be the correct approach.

As a reminder to all newbs, don't sign up to anything, regardless of how good it sounds or how much pressure you are under because you are not in a position to make a value judgement based on experience. The fact is, you have no experience period.
 

Enzzo

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As a reminder to all newbs, don't sign up to anything, regardless of how good it sounds or how much pressure you are under because you are not in a position to make a value judgement based on experience. The fact is, you have no experience period.
Another nice reminder would be.... run as far as possible from those traders that "never lose" and also from those that tell you that this "business" is really easy to master with a couple of indicators, couple of Candle formations, with a robot, etc, etc......(n)
 

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