Now it seems that there isn't much information about. Is this because I've learned as much as I can from the content of the site and have to just carry on learning on my own or because the site is getting sh*tter by the day?
I only joined recently so I have no idea how great it was in the "good old days". However, I guess the really good traders simply got bored writing in forums.;780200 said:Now it seems that there isn't much information about. Is this because I've learned as much as I can from the content of the site and have to just carry on learning on my own or because the site is getting sh*tter by the day?
True. That's why you have to show yourself that you are not only eager to learn, but also that you are a sensible person with realistic expectation, so that the old boys can separate you from those big-ego newcomers.;780220 said:Possibly.
Personally I always think there's more to learn from someone who's been in the game longer than you.
As a newbie myself I completely agree about delving deeper into the past. IMO there is a huge amount of excellent information on this forum - you just have to spend some (a lot of) time looking for it. In my very limited experience all the ingredients to get a solid foundation in learning to trade are here....Do you read posts in the various sub forums? There are plenty of helpful threads from a year ago, 2 years ago etc etc. I bet that if you went over them you would learn a lot more now that your understanding has increased. I'm sure every question has been asked and answered before, you just need to look harder.
On the other hand, I also feel that in this game you can't be spoon fed. You can be shown winning strategies all day long but until you get a real feel for what is going on (which can only be through putting your money on the table) I don't think that you can even start to become successful.