Is Your Forex Mentor Guiding You Properly?

“If you cannot see where you are going, ask someone who has been there before.” 
― J Loren Norris
Beginners in forex might as well conform to this adage without a shadow of doubt. The trade represents a combination of market education and personal skills and its only advisable that you are continuously guided by a mentor in your path of learning- be it in the form of an experienced trader around you or else through a training program or course. Go through this post in order to discover what exactly you should seek to learn from a forex mentor.
How should a forex tutorial help you?
Any forex tutorial will, at first, acquaint you with the basic forex terms, their meaning and their functions. Before you start learning about the ways of analyzing or speculating the market you should be completely aware of terms like, pips, spread, currency pair, spot, currency symbols(here is the complete forex glossary- Besides, you should be aware of the benefits and risks of the market, several tools involved, and the initial investment required. 
Is Your Forex Mentor Guiding You Properly?
Fundamental Training and Technical Training
As you become acquainted with the basic terms, the tutor should then proceed on the types of trading done and ways to analyze markets based on these trades. An ideal guide will advice you to combine the technical and fundamental forms of trading, so as to ensure that you can handle both of them if you wish to. You will be offered comparison charts to understand which type of analysis suits the market type under which conditions. 
Win Loss Ratio
One of the very noticeable characteristics of the forex market – is the claim that successful traders are actually winning 70% of the time. The industry simply pitches its educators or tutors to sell the idea that victorious traders are consistently registering a 70% success record in the trade. However, this kind of claim engenders many a trader out there to believe that it is very easy to maintain this type of win/loss ratio (i.e. 70:30). However, it’s not actually so. Though it is not impossible to achieve- it’s not easily gettable either! An ideal forex training program, thus, should steer clear of making this kind of claim indiscriminately, so as not foster a false sense of its easy attainability among traders. 
Simple Moving Average and Exponential Moving Average
Simple and Exponential Moving Averages are two of the crucial aspects of Forex. As a trader, you should have thorough guidance in this regard. You should be able to utilize the moving averages (for smoothing out price actions) by plotting them on charts. It will aid you in viewing long term and short term movements. The common chart indicators include:
  • Squeeze
  • Bollinger Bands
  • Bounce
The momentum indicators and the oscillators will help you streamline the use of these charts. 
Other aspects of forex education include Pivot Points, chart patterns, creation of your own trading system and trading plan and resistance levels. It will be a world of good for you if you are able to extract crucial tips on all these aspects from your personal online trading coach or an online tutorial. 

Denny Jones

Hello, I'm Denny Jones, the voice and mind behind this personal finance blog. With a passion for helping others achieve financial independence, I started this blog to share my insights, experiences, and strategies in managing money. Whether you're just starting out on your financial journey or looking for advanced tips to optimize your wealth, my goal is to provide practical and actionable advice that anyone can follow.

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