So you're starting to dabble in trading and want to learn the basics?

If there's one thing I learned over the years is that there's a lot of power in setting the right kind of momentum in your trading journey from the very beginning. A very common mistake for traders getting started is to move as fast as possible and try to learn everything they come across.

If “knowledge is power” were true, most traders would already be making a ton of money.

But they aren't! In fact, all the knowledge is already available online, in books, and at seminars… …but that's not what will make you a good trader. The most undervalued skill among Forex traders is consistency – in everything they do. Once you become consistent in the following aspects, you'll get to see your learning curve shorten:
  • Following a proven path to learning trading
  • Putting more emphasis on executing instead of learning
  • Surrounding yourself with successful traders
Now in case you're wondering, I personally didn't start trading the right way. Back in 2013, I thought: “Well, trading can't be that hard!” And I was wrong. Contrary to my belief at that time, being smart in life doesn't make you a good trader.

What I needed to make money trading WAS NOT to start quickly!

Instead, I needed to decide where I wanted to get to with trading… …and then make a plan to get there. As a beginner in Forex trading now (and since you're reading this), you have the possibility of choice. While most people spent months – or even years – learning all the unnecessary trading tools & methods, you can choose to do things differently.

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Lastly, remember that your journey as a beginning trader doesn't have to be complicated… …nor should you have to figure everything out by yourself. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions! Etienne Crete