How-to

Fx resources that could help in your trading

The strategies mentioned in any source is not a recommendation or promotion and I do not necessarily use them myself, as it may not fit my style or personality. Pick and use what works for you. The books are recommendations

With the cacophony of Fx “gurus” trying to sell the novice their software, training, courses, books, videos and money making strategies, the free resources on the Internet is sometimes one’s salvation.

This is a list of Fx sources which I used in my research. They all contributed to a lesser or larger extent to my understanding of the business of trading.

In my experience, the would-be trader will benefit form an attitude that not one source or person can be the answer to all their trading difficulties for all time. The stage you are in your trading career and, the difficulties you experience at any given time, dictates which author or trainer and which book, trainer or video is the stepping stone to the next stage of your trading development.

Don’t read/watch and forget. Go back every time you feel you need knowledge, because every time you re-read the book or watch the video again, you gain new insights.

Books

Videos

Websites and Blogs

Other resources

Edgewonk – Probably the best trading journal available. It is difficult to explain the advantages of the diary, but take it for a test drive via their free trial opportunity. Its main value for the novice trader is probably that it teaches the right trading habits form the start.

If Edgewonk is too much trouble for you and you are in a rush to make money, accept good advice: do not even start Fx trading.