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Title: trading course recommendations
Post by: krypt0n1 on June 09, 2017, 07:22:43 PM
I've been trading crypto for almost a year and basically picked up the knowledge i have from websites, videos and just experience. Mostly I've been investing and doing longer course trading, rather that day or swing trading and I feel like there's probably benefit from a formal course.
Any recommendation/experience on trading courses online?


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: Kevin77 on June 09, 2017, 07:51:41 PM
Did you try googling ? I am sure you can find plenty of effective resources across internet. Another big trading resources must be you tube, if you are ready to spend some time for learning with youtube videos then I am sure you can achieve the level of advanced trader in more quicker time than you may achieve that level by trading real time.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: akashefi12 on June 09, 2017, 10:02:58 PM
I've been curious about this myself..I did find some videos on youtube and there are guys that offer training but I've been doing well myself, just want to be able to trade daily and swing as well rather than hold for extended times.

I do hold some coins of course but I like to "play" with the alts..

Do what was suggested and hop on youtube.. Tons of great videos there. Check out Chris Dunn.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: mrcash02 on June 09, 2017, 10:58:06 PM
Well, if you already have a good knowledge about trading from websites, videos, experience, I think you don't need a course... But there are surely some people on the internet selling guides teaching others how to trade, this kind of stuff and another guides for free, like you said, from videos.

I think a formal course is hard to find and it will be expensive for who is looking for money earnings online.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: Meann on June 10, 2017, 06:17:21 AM
There is a risk in trading, thereally is rational time in considering the risk before placing the trade. Every trade, no matter how certain you are of its outcome, is simply guess. Nothing is in certain in trading and have to many factors that shift the movement in currency. Sometime shift the environment trading in an accountable factors simply an option in daily exchange rate, buying and other options. We must be prepared in an uncertainties in setting our mind on a parameters or barriers, we need a plan.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: Enrique Malchow on June 10, 2017, 06:38:24 AM
I am doing trading since one month.i have started with 0.08Btc ....now i have only0.06...on which coins i need to invest i don't have any experience i was just following coins Twitter news.telegram news that's it... please give some suggestions


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: Patatas on June 10, 2017, 06:45:06 AM
I am doing trading since one month.i have started with 0.08Btc ....now i have only0.06...on which coins i need to invest i don't have any experience i was just following coins Twitter news.telegram news that's it... please give some suggestions
You need to follow the whales.I started with the same amount as you but I made good profits by investing in good coins at the right time.Making money doesn't have anything to do with understanding coins or predicting their future.You gotta invest and sell depending on the market value and trading volume of the coin.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: Amadues on June 10, 2017, 09:59:52 AM
I've been trading crypto for almost a year and basically picked up the knowledge i have from websites, videos and just experience. Mostly I've been investing and doing longer course trading, rather that day or swing trading and I feel like there's probably benefit from a formal course.
Any recommendation/experience on trading courses online?

There are trading signal services which sends decription and the reason behind signal to customers. If you already have basic trading knowledge following this trading signals will help you to understand "how to open positions on efficient markets ". Also you can try social trading platforms to learn from others.If you need help in this matter i can send you my own list related to social trading.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: deadsilent on June 10, 2017, 10:51:10 AM
Me, i get some signals from a group. Buy signals and sell signals. Also i get some tutorials how to analyze the candlesticks. Sometimes it goes wrong. But most of the signals were successful. Sometimes the signals are for short trade. But i preffer long term trading. So they suggest some good ICO to invest.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: amacar2 on June 10, 2017, 11:30:36 AM
Obviously there are few free guides/tutorial for crypto trading but I haven't came across any course that will cover crypto trading. There is some for forex trading but they can't be suitable for crypto, I suggest you to make some searches for those free trading guides that might help you. But don't believe in claims made by some so called pump groups.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: Babyrica0226 on June 20, 2017, 05:39:59 AM
I've been trading crypto for almost a year and basically picked up the knowledge i have from websites, videos and just experience. Mostly I've been investing and doing longer course trading, rather that day or swing trading and I feel like there's probably benefit from a formal course.
Any recommendation/experience on trading courses online?

So for almost a years in trading to crypto, hows your trading did it gives you a big profit anyway?
However, there are more demo about in trading in you tube video.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: vtradings on June 20, 2017, 06:08:58 AM
There are paid tutorials on how to trade at telegram check it out I know few but only one i can recommend is this pals group

https://t.me/TCGSN

you can check it out by yourself


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: nicolas1979 on June 20, 2017, 01:20:36 PM
I've been trading crypto for almost a year and basically picked up the knowledge i have from websites, videos and just experience. Mostly I've been investing and doing longer course trading, rather that day or swing trading and I feel like there's probably benefit from a formal course.
Any recommendation/experience on trading courses online?

I'll not recommended  any trading courses online, just build your knowledge and skill with real market. Use little money you have to test your strategy on real market. Fix the mistakes until you have a better strategy, don't forget stop loss and money management. Join some group with trading topic as their topic, courses online is wasting time. Good luck.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: ktabb on June 20, 2017, 01:31:31 PM
I've been trading crypto for almost a year and basically picked up the knowledge i have from websites, videos and just experience. Mostly I've been investing and doing longer course trading, rather that day or swing trading and I feel like there's probably benefit from a formal course.
Any recommendation/experience on trading courses online?

I don't know about courses but I built a website that you can use to practice trading btc. Supports stocks too.

www.demoinvestor.com


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: krypt0n1 on June 20, 2017, 01:38:30 PM
I've been trading crypto for almost a year and basically picked up the knowledge i have from websites, videos and just experience. Mostly I've been investing and doing longer course trading, rather that day or swing trading and I feel like there's probably benefit from a formal course.
Any recommendation/experience on trading courses online?

So for almost a years in trading to crypto, hows your trading did it gives you a big profit anyway?
However, there are more demo about in trading in you tube video.

My profit has been good but I have mainly invested or just long term trades. I have been wanting to focus my skills more on day trading though. I've taken a few courses since the original post but it was mostly information i already knew. I guess it's always good to get repetition but what i need now is just practice.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: avatar_kiyoshi on June 20, 2017, 06:15:20 PM
In forex trading usually follow from trader community (usually use forum) will give you a knowledge and some analysis which can help you, it's free because the forum is open for public.

In cryptocurrency trading usually the community use group chat platform (slack, telegram, ect) which they charge a member and give a signal with the reason why you must follow, but I ever see this kind of community take a benefit from member with give a wrong signal, so be careful if you want to join, better research first.
I think better to research more about tutorial/free guide how to make a good analysis in crypto and keep in touch with news feed.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: trader1b on June 20, 2017, 06:20:42 PM
Real trading & speculation knowledge you will - most likely - not find reading online.

Only the illusion of knowledge.


You have to become the knowledge yourself.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: socks435 on June 20, 2017, 06:27:47 PM
Never tried to get a course online but many courses that you can see advertise in google or bing..
They are offering to learn a basic to pro way how to trade most the courses you can found in udemy just like this one
https://www.udemy.com/cryptocurrency/

For me its still the best to learn with your own way because you can learn the other thing that other people don't know..
Just focus in giving margin and make different margin like Tier 1 to tier 5 margin to 10% to 80% before you sell ..
Is just a sample what i am doing with my own that actually giving me a good profit if you seen the price decrease instead of selling them better to buy more to get the benefits of the price drop..
Keep doing and monitor every week you can see the result if you are long term trader you can check it every month .you can see what will be the result of your trading strategy if you collect the monitored movement of the price and your own margin if actually works or not.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: goinmerry on June 20, 2017, 06:33:48 PM
I've been trading crypto for almost a year and basically picked up the knowledge i have from websites, videos and just experience. Mostly I've been investing and doing longer course trading, rather that day or swing trading and I feel like there's probably benefit from a formal course.
Any recommendation/experience on trading courses online?

It's been a year since you are in trading and you still want to take trading courses? You didn't need that. You already gained knowledge and all you need to do is to enhanced your strategy. There is no lesson in trading courses about enhancing skills and strategy since your'e the only one who can make it more effective in the long run.

What did you learn for almost a year and yet you are still in trouble?


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: krypt0n1 on June 20, 2017, 11:32:07 PM
I've been trading crypto for almost a year and basically picked up the knowledge i have from websites, videos and just experience. Mostly I've been investing and doing longer course trading, rather that day or swing trading and I feel like there's probably benefit from a formal course.
Any recommendation/experience on trading courses online?

It's been a year since you are in trading and you still want to take trading courses? You didn't need that. You already gained knowledge and all you need to do is to enhanced your strategy. There is no lesson in trading courses about enhancing skills and strategy since your'e the only one who can make it more effective in the long run.

What did you learn for almost a year and yet you are still in trouble?

I took a few and you were spot on. I guess I just wanted to see different trading nuances/styles and to get a structured course just in case there were holes that I didn't realize. End of the day, it wasn't worth the time/money at this point. It would have been great a year ago probably, but there are enough free materials out there to DIY.


Title: Re: trading course recommendations
Post by: sujonali1819 on June 21, 2017, 12:30:38 AM
I am doing trading since one month.i have started with 0.08Btc ....now i have only0.06...on which coins i need to invest i don't have any experience i was just following coins Twitter news.telegram news that's it... please give some suggestions
Frist control your emmotion,dont trade with emotion. dont buy which coin pump a lot in 24 hours,dont invest full money in one place, and dont sell in lose.if price will dump wait until it will up at your buying price.