The difference in performance isn’t due to the fact that professionals are considerably smarter than the ordinary retail trader. It’s because they’ve been taught to trade in a disciplined and logical manner. To do so, they use a variety of instruments and strategies.
I should be aware. A decade ago, I began trading foreign exchange under a Goldman Sachs Banker, the world’s leading currency dealer at the time. At first, I was a complete failure. When we first start, most of us are. I did, however, have the advantage of being schooled by some of the greatest in the industry. Every day, I saw how specialists with a lengthy history of PNL success handled this industry. I mostly learned through making mistakes and asking questions.
You will discover the skills and strategies that I learnt throughout the modules in our Learning Platform.
I’d want to be clear on one point. No one, even myself, can give you a technique or strategy that you can use right now and see results immediately.
That isn’t how it works. Everyone would be a millionaire it if it was that simple! You must experiment to see what works best for you. What kind of personality and trading style do you have?
The most important thing is to have a thorough understanding of all of the important topics and modules that have been learnt the hard way through decades of other people’s trading activities.
Other traders had to work hard and lose money to discover this information.
Learning from their combined experience is a wise thing we can all do. You may select what works for you after you have a thorough understanding of these tools and strategies.
The best way to approach this course is to learn all there is to know about everything, try a little bit of everything, and then focus on what works best for you, mixing approaches and tools.
By the end of this course, you’ll have a solid understanding of all of the areas that I think essential for a professional trader’s education. You’ll recognise and know more than 99% of the retail traders I’ve met.
However, you will continue to learn with each trade since the most difficult aspect of trading is mentality, not information.
It’s quite difficult to change your emotional responses and thought process. Keeping your cool in a trade when you have a strong emotional attachment. Experiencing the same amount of feeling when you lose as you do when you win. Even if you know precisely what to do, it is still difficult.
Thank you for visiting CENIQA really hope you enjoy the course and send you my best wishes.