Hello, please help me to learn

Rambo35

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I think you need to be a lot more specific than that...
 

Fxpipper

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Oct 26, 2011
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Please check out online for free resources on forex trading, no one's going to mentor you or hold your hand while showing you the ropes. When it comes to forex trading, you need to take the initiative - check out some of the free edu resources on trading, check out a few beginner modules, and good luck!
 

rrayne20009

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hello to all

hello everyone just like the thread starter,im also a newbie here and new at forex.a friend suggested a broker gdmfx,has anyone here had an experience with them.Pls.let me know.Any tips will much appreaciated.:)
 

tabalo

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Put your question or problem here and we will help you.
 

Fxpipper

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Oct 26, 2011
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Again, welcome to all the newbies and check out online for resources and tips on trading. And on the specified broker, what queries do you have?
 

jamshidkhan

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please help me i am new in Forex please explain best company for forex trading, and how much account opne.
 

Fxpipper

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Hi,
Since you are new, you may want to check out baby pips and other free online resources to learn more about trading and would suggest that you start with a demo.
As for the brokers, every trader uses brokers that suit their strategy, so do the research and figure out what you want in a broker and register for a demo.
And if you are planning to go live later, start with nano or micro.
 

triplet

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To start forex you need to get forex education you can babypips website to equip yourself with forex knowledge and download a demo account to start practicing.
 

chief

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To start forex you need to get forex education you can babypips website to equip yourself with forex knowledge and download a demo account to start practicing.
it would be a good choice, babypips has a wide range teaching material.
http://www.babypips.com/school/ it has structured course outline.
while some traders more prefer an informative way of learning, instead of reading they prefer to watch video tutorial, you can find many in youtube, but most of them are too long to watch, some video are over hours duration in single link, found this one well informed video, and more interactive video tutorial, you can select which one you need to watch, based on your knowledge level, each video only at average 3-5 minute duration, you may check at : http://www.armadamarkets.com/video-tutorials/