Professors aren't the only one's with life lessons. Professors (whom several are my friends) are typically the least experienced in life that I know. They hide behind acronyms and 'tenure' (at least in the US) and unless you go to a really really great school, then most of them have never had a board room seat, much less traveled to see the Dalai Lama.
Life can definitely 'begin' in Uni, but it doesn't have to.
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Still, I wouldn't say university is useless -far fom it. Education is the only thing a person has got these days, a degree from university is still the best protection against unemployment, at least in Germany.
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What strategies do you teach????? Its not that hard to explain!
Big red Flag! Ive read several emaIls max trading has sent me, let me watch a long drawn out one for free, Gof knows how something spo simple caqn be made confusing, and all I am left with is :no idea what kind of indicaTORS THEY USE, NO IDEA IF THEY USE FIBONACCI, NO IDEA why they have no chat room. Its almost like the whole idea is to keep you injh the dark to keep yopu coming back. Welll, that dont work for most americans. I was just put to sleep by hours of trying to learn and got nothing. Disgraceful.
There is plenty of helpful information and friendly fellow traders on this website alone. Ultimately though it will remain on your shoulders to figure out what kind, or style, of trader you are. That is the most important thing you can realize. When you pay for a school, you are at a disadvantage because you are trading someone else's method. Also keep in mind that you are being SOLD something. You will most likely realize that you need to create your own methodology and master something specific to you.
If you are just starting as a trader, you would be doing yourself a great service to realize that it is going to take a long time to become successful at this. No matter what road you go. If you are not willing to commit to trading as a business, you will not succeed, regardless of who your teacher is.
My advice to you is to save your money. Chances are you could have found the same information that you paid for, on the internet or in a book.
One of the ways that success in trading is kept out of your life, is by this desperate need to over complicate your trading and think that things should be harder. - Bob Iaccino