Free online forex training

by Bublers on 10/14/2010

Forex education is crucial for beginners.

BabyPips.com’s School of Pipsology is designed to help you acquire the skills, knowledge, and abilities to become a successful trader in the foreign exchange market. Our definition of a successful trader is having the ability to do three things:

  1. Make pips
  2. Keep pips
  3. Repeat

If you can repeatedly do these three things, then you’re on your way! But it’s no cakewalk.

Remember when you attended grade school? No? Well, according to our memories, here’s how it worked.

You start schooling at the age of five and enter Kindergarten. The next year you enter 1st Grade. If you pass, the next year you enter 2nd Grade, and so on, all the way up to the 12th Grade. Depending on what grade you’re in, you’d attend one of three schools:

  1. Elementary school (Kindergarten – 5th grade)
  2. Middle school (6th grade – 8th grade)
  3. High school (9th grade – 12th grade)

This is how our lessons are broken apart, so you can relive the past and also be able to learn and study forex trading techniques at your own pace – but our high school goes beyond the 12th grade!

But there’s more!

Learning doesn’t end in high school!

If you’ve done well throughout grade school, you get a full scholarship to our college! All expenses paid and we won’t even require you to fill out any applications or write essays. What a deal!

Our curriculum here at the School of Pipsology will make a bold attempt to cover all aspects of forex trading. You will learn how to identify trading opportunities, how to time the market (aka smart guessing), and when to take profits or close a trade.

But that’s not all folks.

You will also learn how to predict the future and never have a losing trade.

Yeah right. In your dreams pal.

But there is plenty more to learn and you’ll just have to see for yourself!

Start Kindergarten today —> http://www.babypips.com/school/

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