We have been each
trading the forex marker for over 30 years and founded Global-View.com
over 15 years ago in an effort to help traders navigate the forex
market. Our newly-expanded learning center is designed as a step by step
approach to becoming a forex trader. The key is to stay in the game as
you learn to trade. Too many new traders (and some more experienced ones
as well) succumb to the allure of high leverage and quick profits but
soon find this is the quickest way to the exit door. Proper money
management and how to handle risk are keys to trading with limited
capital in a leveraged environment.
Forex trading is
complicated with many factors influencing it. Technical traders will
argue it is all in the charts. Those with experience will argue that
fundamentals and political factors have an influence but most will rely
on technicals for their trading. For those starting out or with limited
experience we suggest learning the technicals as that will give you a
basis to start trading while you study and learn the nuances of the
forex market. Keep it simple at first and develop a systematic approach
where you are comfortable with the risk you are taking.
a wealth of information on just about every topic. Watch how other
traders trade on our dynamic forex forum. Search through our archives
and read articles posted on our website. And perhaps most important,
don't be timid. ASK QUESTIONS. We have set up places where you
can ask questions and get a reply if you are patient. Too many traders,
especially those starting out, are reluctant to ask questions because
they do not want to look foolish. Remember, we all started out as
newbies and felt the same way when we began. The successful ones put
egos aside and persevered by asking questions of those with greater
experience. After all these years we still learning and ask questions
when we see something new.
A word of advice: If
you treat forex trading like a casino you will wind up the same way most
do when they go to
. If you treat it like a business, study hard, learn your craft, you
will increase your odds of success.
Good luck in your
journey and take advantage of what we have to offer. Remember, this is a
marathon and not a sprint. The key is to stay in the game as you develop
your skills so take it step by step.
Jay Meisler and John