I tried both links and they worked. I'd try them again or search for trading-naked.com and babypips.com.
I agree with others. The trading school approach may not be the best way to go.
There is no "quick way" to learn this business. I think you can accelerate the process by addressing psychological aspects first. Do you know yourself. How would you react to a losing trade? How would you react to 10 losing trades? Would you revenge trade? Meaning, would you double or triple your size to try and make up for the losses of the other trades? Do you want to trade short, medium or longer term? Are you patient? Can you follow rules? It may seem odd, but I don't think it comes down to methods and gurus etc. I think you have to have your mind right first, then learn methods etc. If the method is profitable half the time and your winners are bigger than losers you will end up on top.
Metal, as I said, I learn by watching other people do.
I could do well with Perry Method but need to see someone use it.
That would give me confidence and, more importantly, more knowledge.
Unfortunately, that isn't available at futures.io (formerly BMT). Would be awesome if Perry had
a trading room. I put in a ton of hours to walk away from my investment.
for what is worth... keep in mind we dont all learn the same way... some of us need mentoring, while others can capture things without any issues... and then there are those that understand things better when explained by someone in person and being able to have that interaction to clarify the concepts and points of views being acquired...
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That is a very good point and missed by most. Their are genetic differences between people's ability to pick things up using different forms of delivery like kinesthetic, auditory etc..
For me, when people talk about Universities giving 'real' education I have to laugh. Maybe for the theoretical industrial age jobs they want to plant the sheep in to somehow climb to the top so they can reap the rewards. For people like me, that type of instruction is DEATH, much like school was growing up. Strictly punishment by boring a person to death.
It is funny as you will see a general discussion on many threads that you don't need this. ONLY THIS way and you will be a master.
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You are cutting corners way to fast here, indeed for some or most regular people university is a waste of time. For a few, it's an enabler to dig into a subject or specialization and to be surrounded by extraordinary people who form your character by giving you impulses of all sorts. I have to admit that you have to search for it, but it's there in most universities. The most important task a university has for me is to trigger your interest. I became a changed person by listening to some great professors at the university, they showed me the way to some great books and some great insights. You have to blame only yourself, and not the teachers for failing to find it.
That's what you need to find in a university. Not a make me rich, teach it all scheme. Real life starts after university.
Life is not all about how much money you make.
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