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Q: How To Find Out Risk-Free Best Forex Courses?

33 weeks 3 days ago in  Business & Jobs - Other cities

 
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Forex 101: A free online Forex trading course.https://admiralmarkets.com/forex-trading-courseForex 101 is a Forex trading course designed to help even absolute beginners learn how to trade. The training course is absolutely free and 100% online. Each lesson will feature a video, written notes and a follow-up quiz. Free Online Forex Trading Course - Aboutcurrencywww.aboutcurrency.com/university/fxcourse/online_forex_trading_course.shtmlFree online forex trading course to help both new and novice traders getting started trading currencies. Beginners are very likely to benefit from reading the entire course, starting with this page and going to the next, though experienced traders may find this guide a handy reference. 

 

Internet is loaded with free trading courses ... FOR(-eign)-EX-changes are looking for customers  all the time .. i.e. 'when you play, you'll lose and Bank's pocket will get filled.

 I just don't understand what 'risk free' stands in your title ... nobody will give you trading course with 'risk-free' attached. 'Risk' is very important niche of trading. More you risk more you lose/gain and so on ... Am on sunny weather and can't read off screen. I'll wait till night and edit ...  

 

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Forex 101: A free online Forex trading course.https://admiralmarkets.com/forex-trading-courseForex 101 is a Forex trading course designed to help even absolute beginners learn how to trade. The training course is absolutely free and 100% online. Each lesson will feature a video, written notes and a follow-up quiz. Free Online Forex Trading Course - Aboutcurrencywww.aboutcurrency.com/university/fxcourse/online_forex_trading_course.shtmlFree online forex trading course to help both new and novice traders getting started trading currencies. Beginners are very likely to benefit from reading the entire course, starting with this page and going to the next, though experienced traders may find this guide a handy reference. 

 

Internet is loaded with free trading courses ... FOR(-eign)-EX-changes are looking for customers  all the time .. i.e. 'when you play, you'll lose and Bank's pocket will get filled.

 I just don't understand what 'risk free' stands in your title ... nobody will give you trading course with 'risk-free' attached. 'Risk' is very important niche of trading. More you risk more you lose/gain and so on ... Am on sunny weather and can't read off screen. I'll wait till night and edit ...  

 

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Forex is traditionally one of the riskiest of all asset classes. It seems as if every couple of years you read news stories about big banks losing literally hundreds of millions of dollars because of making a bad currency bet. Forex is particularly bad because the expected long-term return is zero; it is a pure zero-sum game, you can only make money by taking it away from somebody else (who is trying to take it away from you).

In contrast, the stock market is constantly having money pumped into it in the form of dividends from companies that do useful things, get paid for them, and make a profit on them. Thus, all of the gambling-like risks you might take are at least riding on top of a long-term upward trend something on the order of 6-7% per year (real, inflation-adjusted). In Forex, it is riding on top of zero.

 

It is pure speculation, and for most of us probably pure gambling. Can you gamble and win by luck? Of course. Personally, I stopped believing in luck a long time ago.

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Bit of advice stay away from the forex market completely this is left to the big boys playing with billions if you dont have inside info you’ll lose everything in a day the numbers change every second 

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