Which group do you belong to?
If your answer is D you have better things to do than hanging out on this site so please leave
this site's bandwidth to people who really need it.
However, if your answer is A, B or C than we would strongly advise you to read on...
We are not planning to explain to you here how big forex market is, trillions of dollars
changing hands , you can quit your day job... Blah, Blah... You have already heard such stories
and where did it get you?
You can find such "wisdom" on thousands of crappy forex blogs and sites that exist only to
clutter search engine results.
We need to get to the core of the problem. Immediately.
First, the problem needs to be identified.
You want to enter your trades with confidence. You want to have a reasonable certainity
that the trade will move in your direction.
However, more often than not, the opposite happens. And you are desperately trying to
figure out what are you doing wrong...
The answer is simple.
You are thinking inside the box. You are not seeing the whole picture.
Forex trading is a zero sum game. In order for you to win someone has to lose.
That's why forex is such a cuttroath business.
You have probably read some books on forex, learned a bit about technical analysis,
found out about some "winning" strategy, did a bit of paper trading and you thought you were ready...
The truth is, with such knowledge and 10 dollars you can buy yourself a lunch.
Or even worse.
You have stumbled upon some flashy website selling you a 100% accurate forex robot
that will triple your money every month.
Then you found another one. And then one more...
How much money did you make with such robots?
Ok. We understand.
Let's go straight to the point.
What is forex trading all about?
Is it about finding your inner self? Is it about understanding of how currency markets provide global trading equilibrium? Is it about becoming a better person?
I don't think so. I would say that forex trading is about making money.
It is as simple as that. And that is precisely why you are here...
Questions that are often asked by aspiring traders are: "What kind of trading approach should I use?
Day trading, swing trading, position trading? How many indicators should I use? Should I follow the TV news channels?..."
If you are facing similar dilemmas let me make an analogy.
If you were attacked in a dark alley and you felt that your life was in real danger what kind of defense technique wouuld you attempt to use.
Would you attempt to kick your assailant with some fancy kung fu move that you saw in a movie?
Or would you use some basic but brutally effective "knee to the groin", "thumb to the eye" technique that is easy to implement and that you are 100% certain will have an effect?
When you have your hard earned money riding on your trades maybe your life is not at stake by your and your family's livelihood is.
The goal of all the other traders in the market is to take your money.
And if you are going to play around with some fancy tools and indicators that you don't even understand you can be assured that your hard earned money will be paying someone's BMW lease payments.
Forex market behaviour is influenced buy such countless factors that no single person can comprehend and understand, let alone act on all of them. News releases, reports, geopolitical events, natural disasters, countless technical analysis indicators...
Are you seriously thinking that you could meaningfully digest all of that info?
Do you think that Warren Buffett listens to all of that noise? If Jesse Livermore was still around do you think that he would be basing his trading decisions on CNBC commentaries?
This is where "Forex Trading Course™" comes into play...
It will provide you with a trading system that is based on fundamental principles of forex trading. Nothing fancy and complicated. It has to be simple so that you can trade it instinctively without doubts and second thoughts. It provides a real edge and after a short practice you will be ready for a big league.