Discussion in 'For novice traders' started by Volkov Yuriy, Aug 24, 2017.
Who has sites where you can find literature for beginners? Share.
is that your personal website?
that's not one of the blogs that I follow since last year, actually there are many websites and blogs that give a lot of feedback about Forex in this virtual world, this is just one of its course
How about ForexFactory.com ?? I get some important things when I go to Forex Factory website, especially about news. But beside that, I get some information about EA, about literature and more. I think it is good if you go there just to wondering and I am sure you will find something there.
thanks! will definitely look into that. so far, I just google stuff and read from random sources. it works okay for me
Lots of literature about forex trading is on the internet and also in bookstores. But what I can appeal to is if you already have a profitable strategy, it is better if you mastered it, not to change strategy.
but what if you feel like your strategy is not working or if you think there are other strategies that may fit you even better? shouldn't we try it out? that's how we improve.
To realize my strategy is working or not, I have to test it for several months, or 3 months minimum. If I never get some profit in 3 months, I have to change my strategy but if I get some profit, I will improve it without changing my basic strategy
isn't it too long to wait 3 months without any profit? that means you lose so much money. man, you are rich i don't think i can survive 3 months of losing money.
Well, you can check some basic materials like babypips since they provide basic materials about trading itself. Basically we can spend the time more on practicing since trading is all about doing it by yourself and get use to it.
Oh yeah I've heard of babypips before. Some of my trader friends are using it. Materials on freshforex are enough that I don't really look for others. But of course there's no harm in adding more knowledge
Do you know? The book "Market Wizards" which contains the principle of Paul Tudor Janes is a collection of trading methods of figures who become classical literature in the investment world. The author, Jack Schwager, also became a successful trader who learned a lot from the process of writing the book.
Now I'm into some youtube videos where Sam Seiden are teaching some viewers on how to trade with supply and demand techniques that can identify big market orders and follow that orders to gain profits with minimal risks...
how is he compared to Graham Osano on his weekly and daily webinar in our broker?
Don't get me wrong, i like to listen to many sources. more source, more brain, more experience, more better!
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