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thetulley

Las Vegas-Forex Day Trading/Scalping Education and Mentors

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I have never traded before but am very interested in

learning. I have read a couple books, mostly about stocks

and options. However, I am leaning more towards Forex due

to the ability to trade with less capital which is great

for beginners. Also, I enjoy to read the charts and use

indicators more than fundamental analysis but understand

that it is an important part of trading as well. I would

like to use technical analysis over fundamentals, but of

course, would include fundamentals as part of my trading

practices if recommended necessary. I am looking for some

recommendations to some GREAT educational resources

besides the forums; such as books, courses, and mentors.

I would absolutely love to find a local mentor to take me

under their wing and turn me out to be a great trader. If

not, it would be just as great to meet some people like

me in Las Vegas who are interested in trading the

markets! Please give me your very best recommendations. I

am looking for resources on general education, how to

trade, strategies, and software use. Even some

recommendations on the best software and brokerages to

start out with that have the lowest costs would be

helpful. I am especially looking for a mentor or like

minded people locally that would enjoy sharing their

knowledge! Even if you are not from Las Vegas we could

use the Team Viewer software to share Desktop screens to

get the over-the-shoulder approach I am looking for.

Thank you for any help! I am looking forward to the

responses to my post! By the way, I am currently an

apprentice for the Plumbers&Pipefitters Union in Las

Vegas so I am used to being a student and will do what it

takes to learn. It is a five year apprenticeship and I am

getting ready to journey out so I would love to spend my

time as an apprentice in the Forex Market. I will be very

dedicated. Thanks!

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Yea, thats actually what I meant, my bad...I thought that is what a mentor is, which it kinda is, depending on what definition you are looking at......anyways...professional trader. Someone who has successful experience in trading. How about some recommendations for books, educational kits sold online, anything??? Lets get this thread going!

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