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This is one of the lectures of my 3rd course.

I recorded this course for people who are total beginners in Forex. As in my 1st and 2nd courses, where I explain information that I use in my trading strategy, beginners can’t understand some material what I am explaining.

To understand my Trading Strategy, need to know Forex basics as minimum and better to have trading experience.

Beginners asked me to share information how to learn Forex from beginning. I didn’t want to record videos and explain starting Forex material, as it is too long to do, so I decided to record a guide course for beginners.

As a Forex trader, I remember how I started Forex and how much time it took me. In the Course 3 I share information that will guide you step by step how to learn Forex from beginning much faster than if you do it by your own without any idea where to start.

In Course 3 you will see what is necessary to learn for trading Forex, and what information need to avoid.

Whole material of my Trading Strategy you can find here:
or check my another YouTube videos, where I share another lectures of my Trading Strategy, or another videos.

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