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So without further ado…. Kathy is probably one of the best known people in the forex world and has written multiple books on forex trading. Her blog features a lot of insightful economic news event and fundamental analysis commentary. Technical and Fundamental Strategies to Profit from Market Moves , which is essential reading for every trader. Ashraf Laidi is another forex trader that has been around for ages or so it seems and often appears on business tv.
Now an independent trader, he has worked as currency strategist for institutions such as the World Bank. His website features a combination of intraday market commentary and deeper analysis. Ashraf has published a book Currency Trading and Intermarket Analysis , which — although quite advanced — contains a ton of information.
Her site features reports of the trades she took, forex trading advice and more. Vlad is a full time independent trader from Romania. His site features general trading advice, but what I like about it is how he has a sort of anti-bs approach about trading. He often warns about the potential scams and empty promises that unfortunately are quite common the forex world. Joel has started off in investment banking and as a currency strategist and is now an independent trader.
I enjoy his site a lot; he blends very useful analysis pieces with a not-too-serious approach. Rof and Moritz are two guys who are now travelling the world whilst trading. What I like about their site is that it often goes a little more in-depth than others. They will give you concrete pointers on how to do things, often backed by some research or statistics they looked into. Tradeciety has great articles on price action, trading psychology and actual price setups. I love ForexLive for the speed with which they bring news.
Next to those live news events, they do more in-depth pieces about fundamental news, which is always an interesting read. The articles so far have an interesting focus on for example highlighting a specific part of a trading strategy and then backing that up with backtests of an EA that implements some variations.
This is the website I refer to every single time someone asks me how to start trading next to Smart Forex Learning, of course. Before doing anything else in forex, you should finish the BabyPips school and get those forex basics covered. You can definitely still learn from this site!
Over the years, Thomas of ThePatternSite has created a super valuable collection of articles on everything related to fundamentals, trading psychology and things like the Eliott Wave Principle. Tradimo features a free learning school which is really excellent. You can track your progress as you go along the various extensive lessons on not only forex, but also trading in general.
During the years, I found some of the most valuable trading advice while digging through those endless threads, to find the real gems. There are plenty of forex forums but to be fair, 2 of them pretty much dominate everything else, and they are:. This is the forum attached to the BabyPips school and website. It has a huge user base and also plenty of forex trading strategies and other talks to keep you busy.
Daniel from Mechanical Forex has been running this site for quite some years now, and it contains a wealth of information on automated and algorithmic trading. I enjoy these the most:. What Rob Booker is doing is nothing short of incredible. From indicators to why people trade, tips on how to become profitable, common mistakes, and much more.
Hosted by Aaron Fifield, this is a weekly podcast interviewing profitable traders. The idea is to learn from them and find out exactly what makes them a profitable and successful trader. The Trading Lifestyle Podcast. This podcast by Hugh Kimura of Trading Heroes is all about helping people wanting to trade full time succeed. Hugh interviews experts that not only will help you trade better, but also live better. In this podcast series, Hugh Kimura pairs up with Walter Peters to discover what it takes to be a successful trader.
They go over various topics such as paying for trading education and how to manage your open trades, but also subjects related to trading psychology such as having confidence in your trades and trading consistency. Ask your questions or help others by giving answers. Easy to create trading ideas and publish them for the world to see. This is my favourite one. I'm a full-time, independent forex trader.
I've been trading for over 10 years and specialize in price action trading, reversal trading, trading psychology and algorithmic trading. If you're determined to become a pro trader, I offer select consulting and coaching services. When I'm not trading, I'll either be travelling the world or rock climbing likely both. Read my story here. Please consider carefully if such trading is appropriate for you.
Past performance is not indicative of future results. Articles and content on this website are for entertainment purposes only and do not constitute investment recommendations or advice. FREE one week trial! Kathy Lien Kathy is probably one of the best known people in the forex world and has written multiple books on forex trading. Joel Kruger — JK on FX Joel has started off in investment banking and as a currency strategist and is now an independent trader.
ForexLive I love ForexLive for the speed with which they bring news. ThePatternSite Over the years, Thomas of ThePatternSite has created a super valuable collection of articles on everything related to fundamentals, trading psychology and things like the Eliott Wave Principle.
Tradimo Tradimo features a free learning school which is really excellent. There are plenty of forex forums but to be fair, 2 of them pretty much dominate everything else, and they are: Mechanical Forex Daniel from Mechanical Forex has been running this site for quite some years now, and it contains a wealth of information on automated and algorithmic trading.