Being consistently profitable in forex trading is not easy and even though you could make a great deal of money simply by choosing the right way that a pair is going to go and risking a large portion of your account, this is no guarantee of long term profits.
You could just as easily lose it all on the next trade.
Probably the best way that a beginner trader can learn to make money from the markets is to find a mentor who will guide them through all the pitfalls that are present.
I’m not consistently successful enough to call a mentor myself, but I do have a mentor who’s trading style makes sense to me. I’ve decided to follow this method of trading and I’m inviting you to join me, if you’re interested in learning to trade the markets following an easy to understand strategy.
If you are interested in joining, please fill in the form on this page. Doing so will add you to the mailing list I’ve created to keep a conversation going.
You will also have immediate access to the name of the mentor, the link to his course as well as details of the preferred broker where you can open a live trading account.
You can help me by opening an account with the preferred broker using my IB link. I will earn a small commission from all of your trades without costing you anything extra.
My mentors name is Nial Fuller, his site is at http://learntotradethemarket.com where he posts lots of fantastic information about the markets and being a professional trader. Give it a read.
Read as much as you can then;
Save up at least $500 to fund a live account.
Open a LIVE account and fund your account with the $500 you’ve saved up.
Now’s the time to really begin your education, trading with a live account.
Open a live account
When there’s real money on the line, then the emotions of greed and fear begin to creep into your trading. This is the real test of your resolve to be a successful trader.
I’ll be there every step of the way. I’ve been through this beginning process and can help you navigate your way through the pitfalls you will encounter.
I look forward to trading together with you.