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In-depth knowledge of stocks, options, futures and FOREX markets, is not essential. Our course teaches methods of technical analysis, which involves the charting and interpretation of price data independent of fundamental considerations.

No… Our goal is to help you learn to read (ie. chart) and analyze the price action so that ultimately you can develop your own trading methods and apply them to the patterns and trends identified by you in the data. Our view is that you will never really be able to implement a trading system or method until you know how to read and analyze the data.

Although we recommend starting capital of at least $10,000 ($U.S.), you can get started with as little as $2,000 ($U.S.). Keeping in mind that you will need to confidently withstand a learning curve. The funds used should be risk capital.

Traders come from all walks of life. The most important traits of a successful trader are flexibility, consistency, patience, discipline and self-control.

Computer literacy has nothing to do with successful trading. You will only need to know how to use the right trading software and this will be taught to you in our course.

Using the right software and a sound risk management strategy, you can limit your financial risk in any trade to a pre-determined amount, which is comfortable for you. We will teach you how to place”stop loss” orders so you exit trades at the appropriate time. You will need to risk money in this business and you will occasionally lose money. However, if you follow the risk management techniques taught by us, you may limit your financial risk and keep your losses to clearly defined amounts.

Yes, we can provide you with all the equipment and services you will need to trade from your own office or home, including data feed and software.

You can trade part-time from the comfort of your own home or office using the internet effectively.

The tradingvpa.com has professional traders who have experience in forex trading market for more than 10+ years. They will provide forex trading course.

The tradingvpa offers Forex Trading Courses that are both Practical and Theoretical in nature. The Course covers all the topics in Forex Trading depending on the type of Course.

Yes you can open Live Trading Account with our Trading Broker Fido Markets that offers best forex trading services.

Yes, we provide Forex Signals. To know our Forex Signals you can follow us on website, Facebook and Instagram.

Discipline, Focus, Hard work, Dedication and Patience. Also control of your trading mindset and strategy takes you on the path of success. Find a trading strategy that suits you and stick to it.

We recommend that you start trading in the demo account until you are consistently profitable for at least 3 months. Then consider opening a live account and start trading with real money.

The Forex Trading market operates 24 hours a day 5 days a week. So you can trade at any time and from where you want.

The Fido Academy has articles and videos designed to help beginners like you to get started. You can start learning from the basics of forex trading.

They are very much confident and successful in their learned strategies. Our advice in the class is to study and analyze the success and failure of each trade as a chart analyst and not become a speculated trader.

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You don’t pay anything for updates. Once enrolled in a course, you receive lifetime updates for free. This includes the monthly EAs.

The EAs that are attached to the courses have no limitations and can be used for both Live trading or on a Demo account. There are also no limitations on the number of accounts you can use. However, these EAs are for educational purposes, and trading with them on a live account, is done entirely at your own risk.

The EAs are attached as resource files below the lecture. Usually these are the lectures where the instructors demonstrate how the EAs should be installed on the charts. In addition, you can find PDFs attached as resource files to some of the lectures which will improve your trading experience.

Generally, online trading refers to buying and selling securities via the Internet or other electronic means such as wireless access, touch-tone telephones, and other new technologies. With online trading, in most cases customers access a brokerage firm’s Web Site through their regular Internet Service Provider. Once there, customers may consult information provided on the Web Site and log into their accounts to place orders and monitor account activity.

No. Online investing refers to the method of placing orders via the Internet to buy and sell securities as compared to the method of placing orders by speaking directly with a broker by telephone. Day trading refers to a trading strategy where an individual buys and sells the same security in a short period of time (often the same day) in an attempt to profit from small movements in the price of the security.  

Yes, you can open an account with many brokerage firms online; however, in most instances your account will not be active until the brokerage firm receives and processes a signed application from you. Note that some firms allow for the use of electronic signatures, while others will require a manually (hand written) signed document. Some firms will gather basic information for your account over their Web Sites, then mail you the pre-completed application for you to sign and return. Please make sure to check with your brokerage firm for information on specific guidelines.

All trades involve a brokerage firm even if a stockbroker is not used to help with the trade. Although customers may enter orders for trades via the Internet, customers do not have direct access to the securities markets and therefore must use a brokerage firm in order to execute their trades. Customers should also remember to do their homework where their investments are concerned.

Cash accounts are used by customers who pay in full for the cost of the securities purchased. Margin accounts are used by customers who are authorized to borrow part of an investment’s total purchase cost from their brokerage firm. This loan from the brokerage firm to the customer is secured by the value of the securities in the customer’s account. Customers generally use margin to expand their purchasing power. However, customers who use margin also run the risk that if the value of the securities that secure the margin loan declines beyond a certain level, additional money or securities must be deposited to the account in order to make up the value. A brokerage firm may sell part or all of any securities held in the account, without prior notice to the customer, in order to make up the value and meet the margin limit requirements. These “margin calls” may occur suddenly and investors should take care to understand the financial impact that trading on margin can have on the value of their accounts.

You can buy almost any type of stock, bond, or mutual fund online.

With a market order the customer instructs his or her brokerage firm to buy or sell a stock at whatever the price is when the trade is executed, presumably as soon as possible. If the price of the stock is moving quickly and there is a delay in the transmission of the order, then the price at which the customer purchases or sells the stock may be very different than what the customer expected when the order was placed. With a limit order, the customer specifies the price at which he or she is willing to buy or sell. Limit orders can help protect customers from rapid price changes when markets are moving fast. However, there is the risk that the limit order will not be executed. Also note that limit orders usually cost a bit more than market orders.

High Internet traffic, market volume, and other systems issues may affect your ability to access your account or transmit your orders and may delay receipt of your order by the brokerage firm. Check with your particular brokerage firm on its notification procedures. And note that notification that the order was received does not mean that the order was executed.

Orders entered electronically are usually executed quickly; however, there is no assurance that this will always occur. Investors should be aware that high trading volumes can cause delays in executions. Market volatility and delays in executions due to trading volume can result in trade executions at prices significantly different from the quoted price of the security at the time the order was entered. Also, different firms offer different levels of access and system sophistication. The speed of the Internet Service Provider used by an investor may also have an effect on order transmittal and execution. Timing in execution of orders may also be impacted by market volume, order queues at market centers, possible delays in order transmissions by brokers, and other systems issues.

Generally, these rankings indicate the level of customer service or satisfaction with the online brokerage. There are many groups that provide ‘ranking’ services, and investors should keep in mind that these are not regulated entities. Further, different ranking groups use varying criteria and update their data on different schedules. You do not have a better chance of making money at a firm ranked #1 because the rankings do not relate to the likelihood of investment success.

There is risk of loss associated with investing in securities regardless of the method used. New investors need to understand the principles of investing, their own risk tolerance, and their investment goals before venturing into the market. In addition, online investors may want to consider these other risks. High Internet traffic may affect online investors’ ability to access their account or transmit their orders. Online investors should be skeptical of stock advice and tips provided in chat rooms or bulletin boards. Investors should do their own research before acting on these tips. Also, for some online investors, there is a temptation to “overtrade” by trading too frequently or impulsively without considering their investment goals or risk tolerance. Overtrading can effect investment performance, raise trading costs, and complicate your tax situation.

If a customer chooses to borrow funds from a firm, the customer will open a margin account with that firm. The portion of the purchase price that the customer must deposit is called margin and is the customer’s initial equity in the account. The loan from the firm is secured by the securities that are purchased by the customer. Customers generally use margin to leverage their investments and increase their purchasing power. At the same time, customers who trade securities on margin incur the potential for higher losses; therefore, customers should make sure they clearly understand this concept before opening a margin account and entering the investing arena. For more information, including a specific example. 

We have published guidance and other information for members and investors on the issue of online investing, as well as information about what to look out for when investing in general.