I'm sure that some of the courses really do provide you with all the info you need but here's the flip side, you need to do the work in order to ensure that all that info pays out.
And for beginners, would suggest free online resource materials rather than paid course and once you start trading profitably, you can opt for a paid course..
It depends but mostly you are right if i think your point of view from general perspective. Lots of people like to enter Forex market but they struggle a lots initially. It becomes harder for themselves to understand technical analysis by themselves. Good news is that there are lots of websites are now publishing free tutorials for the beginners.
Yeah, there are a lot to learn for free and it's great to know. However, it's really hard and time consuming to learn and figure out things on your own especially when you don't have any related background knowledge on what they so called technical analysis. But I'm still positive to self education.
A trading coach can only teach you about strategies and trading psychology. Strategies are easy to learn but trading psychology takes time to learn and realize so a coach will make you better surely but then its your experience with the market which will make you master trading psychology and make you a better trader. Always remember trading fx is 30% skills + 70% trading with efficient psychology
I don’t know any professional mentor! Even, I started my learning process manually; frankly I hadn’t enough money to arrange any pro trainer! So, I am not sure about it! By the way, I must say manual leaning process is a long term course! Like, I learned only technical analysis in the 1st year of trading.