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Donald

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  1. On 6/13/2018 at 9:50 AM, Jason Solomon said:

    I just entered the big game, have tons of stuff to learn about, but another forum member just mentioned here a learning package I got curious about. So now I'm freshly subscribed to Earn2Trade. I have big hopes with their learning package. They offer a funded account once you complete their gauntlet challenge. I hope I can become a full-time trader.

     

    Yep, they seem to be great so far. I got their first package with nice video lessons, definitely worth it. And it's really cheap right now.


  2. I hear what you are saying, but still you need to take that knowledge, and you need to know about different methods and ideas in order to be able to pick and use any.
    And to get to this point you need to be educated in some ways. Whatever source that is. On the other hand, what do you think of the funding offers from these educational sites? 


  3. On 6/22/2018 at 3:35 PM, Eavoldisely said:

    Stock trading is less risky than the forex trading but it has slow returns due to less liquidity. If you are a patient and long-term trader then stocks are the best option for you to trade in. Am I right in this regard? Stay blessed stock lovers!

    I can agree with you on that one. Altho I'd recommend learning on fx, because you can see the outcome of your decisions faster. Also if you get used to a fast market, a slower one should be easier. But once live you can choose between the two of course.


  4. I see what you mean, but you actually do need money to start off of anything, and you need even more money to be considered as successful.
    I am not against webfinds, but a good lecture can surely only help. At least I have been purchasing educational material myself and trading is not the first on this list. That's why I say it's worth it.


  5. So I've been messing with the indicators and learning about them. Made me curious what does the majority use here and why?

    Currently I'm using Bollinger Bands, Awesome Oscillator, Moving Average, Belkhayate Timing and Parabolic SAR.

    From all these Belkhayate is my favourite so far, it almost only made me win trades. While Parabolic is almost like MA, I still can read it more clearly on how the market moves.


  6. I don't know about other people, but I just don't trust options. Neither platforms with it. Maybe I have trust issues but who knows.

    Have you traded before?
    I imagine its a real money account?

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