Four Slices of Forex Advice
Forex (foreign exchange) advice on the web is pretty common.
It's hard to know what's worthwhile and what is totally useless. Plus, trading is very personal. And, as a result, a specific adviser's style of trading may not work for you, while the style of another does. The best thing to do is to keep looking until you find your style.
Some other advice includes:
Read a lot of blogs. I mean a LOT of blogs. Eventually you will find an author/trader whose voice sounds right to you. When you do, follow them. Read all their articles. Find out what makes them successful.
Don't fall for the get-rich-quick schemes. There is a lot of Forex advice which suggests that trading is a get-rich-quick activity. It most assuredly is not. You will spend a significant amount of time learning. Skip over the ads and blogs that only talk about how much you can make and concentrate on the ones that show a complete picture.
Stop searching for the "holy grail." There is none. There is no indicator that will ALWAYS win. There is no trading robot that is 100% accurate. The indicators are only a small part of what makes a trader successful. Instead, spend your time learning ALL of what will make you successful.
Follow some serious traders on Twitter. Real traders tend to be generous people and are willing to help newbies. Some will help out of the goodness of their heart. Remember, though, many of these traders have spent years and thousands of dollars perfecting their craft. If they ask for money to teach you what they know, don't be offended.
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