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Sources of Forex Education

 

Sources of Forex Education

As with any endeavor, education is of paramount importance for the trader who hopes to make it in FX trading. This is particularly true for new traders but is just as important for veteran traders. In FX trading, there is never an end to learning and the traders who succeed are the ones who pursue education for a lifetime. While the necessity of good education is appreciated, it is also worth noting that there are many people spreading the kind of education that will hardly be of any use to a trader. There are people cashing in on the desperation of new traders to sell untested theories that add no value to the trader.

Good sources of forex education

Today, most online forex brokers, in their competition for new clients, conduct very comprehensive education programs. With some of the well-established brokerage firms, you will find all manner of online tutorials and webinars that deal with most of the issues that a trader will have to contend with when he starts trading. Before registering with a company, it would help to go through its site and to verify that it has a comprehensive education and support system.

There are also many providers of online courses. Plenty of eBooks are available as well as PowerPoint presentations which can prove invaluable for the learner. The great thing about online courses is that the trader learns at his own pace and is able to decide when to enter the market. The only downside to such courses is that it is sometimes impossible for the learner to truly verify the credentials of the trainers. It would be ideal to obtain training from somebody who has actually participated in real trading rather from an alleged guru who only has a theoretical knowledge of FX. Where you can confirm that the provider of the course you intend to undertake has years of experience in the market, you know that you are in good hands.

There are also FX courses that are offered by some of the leading financial institutions. These are highly recommended. Until just a few years ago, FX trading was dominated by the financial institutions and over the years these institutions have developed very comprehensive courses which they have been using to train their staff. Training from such an institution could be the best one could hope for. In addition to financial institutions, there are various regulatory bodies round the world which certify the courses offered in their countries. There are several such bodies in the US including the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Money-back guarantee courses

While there are many fraudsters on the internet including writers of eBooks, the books with a money back guarantee are well worth trying. Only a serious writer would be willing to provide such a guarantee. In any case, should you feel that the book did not measure up to what you expected or did not deliver what the author had promised, you can always return it and get a refund.