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‘First Steps in Forex’ – Free Education Course

24 July 2018 By GO Markets


Why the ‘First Steps in Forex’ course with GO Markets could be just what you are looking for

When someone like you has the idea that trading Forex could be a good fit with your investment objectives, it is logical that getting a solid foundation in place is one of the factors that can contribute in giving you the confidence and knowledge to turn your idea of trading the Forex market into reality.

GO Markets believe that educated traders are more likely to achieve better results than those who start to trade without foundation knowledge and support in place.

We want to help you along your trading journey, and so we have put together a comprehensive video course and support package to facilitate your learning journey.

Many other courses you may come across assume existing knowledge and tend to overwhelm participants as they haven’t got the basics in place. ‘First Steps in Forex’ addresses this head on and starts from the very beginning, taking you step by step through how the Forex market works and guides you through learning about entering and exiting trades, developing a trading system and of course learning how to use your MetaTrader platform.

The reality is that you can pay thousands of dollars to access Forex education with the quality of content and learning opportunities that “First Steps” offers.

At GO Markets we would rather you were able to access the education you need for FREE. This is the GO Markets difference!

The ‘First Steps in Forex’ course includes 3 online modules with 27 “bite-sized” videos for you to work through at your own pace so you don’t feel overwhelmed by a mass of information.

To add to this, we include 3 Group Coaching Webinars where we will review the online modules and give you the opportunity to ask any questions you like.  The ‘First Steps’ package will provide you with the necessary tools to arm yourself with the foundation learning that will assist your Forex trading journey.

We look forward to working with you.

Your course facilitator, Mike Smith, has been involved in teaching and coaching traders across a number of financial instruments including Forex, Options and CFDs. He has an education background, and over 10 years of experience in working with people just like you. With his philosophy and passion towards Trading education, he is a valued addition to our Client Support Team.

This education course, which was developed over a number of months by Mike and the GO Markets Team, not only provides great content for new and inexperienced traders but adheres to the aim of making the complex more simple,and guides you through YOUR “First Steps”.

GO Markets Team

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