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I've been using admiral as my broker of choice for about 2 years, I didn't find any big problems with that broker. This free webinar which is available every week really helped me at the start of trying forex trading. This broker provides great speakers, on how to invest, and the learning process is very easy to understand. Anyway, the educational material is very good with lots of courses provided, really helpful, especially for beginners who are just trying trading.
Definitely a good place for beginners and I have some evidence to prove it. For starters, this broker has a very amazing user experience. They are super easy to use and don't need too much time to master. In addition to that, they also have great educational support material. It's divided proportionally so it's easier to understand. All of their features including the Help Center, Complete Fintech Guide, and YouTube videos, are accessible to beginners.
I recently take some interest in trading stocks. As we all know, this is a pretty risky market so I was adamant at first. But, then I realize that Admiral Markets offers some educational materials regarding stocks. I jumped at the opportunity almost immediately. It is really great to be able to learn about stock trading through webinars. These guys give a great program and investing ideas, and an easy learning process. After a while, I decided to create a trading account with this broker. Hopefully, I will get more opportunities to learn more from them.
I had a smooth trading experience with Admirals and it is one of the best things you want in a broker. Quite a sleek experience and the interface is well-laid out in general. Although, I believe there are some things that could be improved. For example, an increased differentiation between demo and live accounts, but those are mainly about the site, not the process of trading. There's a lot of information available and it is very responsible in making sure you know what you're doing 10 out of 10 would recommend.
I really really really hope that eToro has a routine webinar class. Like zoom classes, perhaps? Honestly, I haven't started trading with them but they seem to be one of those modern brokers that are geared towards youngsters. I can't stress how hard it is to find a broker with consistent webinar classes!
Hi, I am a new trader here and I have a lot of confusion about using MetaTrader. I wonder if Blueberry Markets offers tutorials on how to use this software. Not just the regular tutorial for knowing what button to do what, but also how do I start trading and what kind of features are useful for certain steps. I do hope Blueberry Market has classes of video tutorials on this.
Do I have to apply for a live account in order to join HotForex webinars? Also, does these online classes available weekly, if not then when? While I'm not exactly a newbie when it comes to trading, I believe that there are a lot of things to learn and master. That's why I love joining classes from any source. So, I really hope that HotForex can give me that.
I am a new trader and I love to try broker's educational programs. Sometimes I can find great hidden gems and amazing information in it. However, I do have preferences, I always prefer educational programs that allow me to interact with the host or tutors. I wonder if Blueberry Market's educational programs offer such things? Perhaps a webinar or even offline seminars?
One of my favorite things about a broker is if they offer educational support. I know that IC Markets has educational sections but from what I get they have plenty of choices. But, what I like the most is webinar classes unfortunately it isn't open to the public. Do I have to register for a specific account before I can join the class? Or can I join after I created a demo account?
Is ThinkMarkets the best place for beginners to start trading? What kind of benefits do they offer for newbies? I personally have plenty of criteria that I think would suit me, including but not limited to:
1. A good demo account with a lot of instruments choices and a good virtual balance (around $10k)
2. Great educational programs for beginners, which include basic trading skill courses and interesting interactive programs like webinars.
3. Low deposit as well as low deposit and withdrawal fees, most new traders are afraid to spend a lot of money for first-time trading.
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