I wanted to talk a little about how to learn Forex trading with Forex Nitty Gritty.
Unlike some people, I’m not going to pretend to denounce Forex Nitty Gritty as a scam, then try and tell you to buy it. Frankly, it really doesn’t matter to me if you buy it or not. I’m just here to give you my opinion.
Forex Nitty Gritty is a new Forex trading course released by Bill Poulos. This is the same 30+ year trader and mentor that has produced trading courses such as Forex Profit Accelerator (which I’ve been using and loving for about 8 months or so now), and Forex Income Engine (which in my opinion was a complete flop until he recently re-released it as Forex Income Engine 2.0).
However, Forex Nitty Gritty is different than Forex Profit Accelerator and Forex Income Engine in many ways. First, Forex Nitty Gritty was designed and developed for the beginner Forex traders. His previous courses, and many others I’ve seen, are generally developed for more experienced and advanced traders. Then beginning traders get it, don’t have any idea what to do with it, don’t ask for support from his great support staff, and return it, frustrated. But Forex Nitty Gritty, being designed for the beginner, leaves that all behind.
Another way it is different, is that it has great support specifically to help the Forex trader beginner learn and understand how to trade Forex. All too often, I see trading systems and methods, Forex robots and automated trading systems, aimed at taking money from unsuspecting people and providing nothing of value. Forex Nitty Gritty has redefined customer support by providing a LOT of ways for the beginning forex trader to learn.
And Forex Nitty Gritty is priced for beginners too. It doesn’t cost thousands of dollars like many other great courses. As a matter of fact, it costs less than almost all of the forex courses, robots, automated trading systems and other such things. It doesn’t cost much more than those junky 20 page ebooks that people sell to unsuspecting beginners. And Forex Nitty Gritty is MUCH MORE than that. As a matter of fact, here is only SOME of the things you’ll learn with Forex Nitty Gritty:
The Overview Module covers topics such as (but not limited to) What Forex is, who trades Forex, explaining the forex markets, forex pairs and forex trading requirements.
Module 2 starts teaching the mechanics of forex, such as what the major pairs are, the most active hours traded, how to read price quotes, leverage and margin, how to calculate profit and loss, order types, buying and selling, forex software, bar and candlestick charts, and timeframes.
Trading mechanics are continued in Module 3, teaching investing vs. trading, fundamental and technical analysis, indicators and technical tools, common price patterns, and even talks a bit about Forex Robots, Automated Trading Systems, and “Black Box” systems.
And Forex Nitty Gritty comes with another 4 modules to provide amazing learning potential for beginner forex traders!
So to all those people that try and pass off Forex Nitty Gritty as a scam, I say shame on you. You either believe in a product, or you don’t. Do I think it will work for everybody? Nope. I think that it is the perfect course for a beginning forex trader, IF you want to put forth a little time and effort to actually learn how to trade forex profitably. No, this isn’t the golden egg laying goose either. But for less than a hundred bucks, it provides you with SO MUCH incredible information about how to trade forex, it would be silly to pass up on it, if you truly want to learn.
The information in this course, the way it is presented, the support you get along with the course, all the examples and topic by topic training you receive, to make sure you “get it” is worth its weight in gold. You can spend a hundred bucks on a good dinner or two. Isn’t it worth that to truly learn and understand the Forex markets?
I think it is. Even I got something out of this course. Yes, for the price, I couldn’t pass it up either. And Forex Nitty Gritty was worth every penny, and more.