Whether you have some experience in the markets or you are just starting your trading journey, there are several things you should consider before purchasing any courses:
What amount of time do you have to dedicate to learning to trade financial markets?
This consideration is extremely important given the various ways to trade. For example, if you are just starting your journey and plan to learn to trade alongside having a full-time job, it is unlikely that you will be consistently available to day trade the regular trading hours of most markets. You need to be sure that your initial training allows you to trade a time frame that fits your schedule.
Secondly, it is important to realize that trading, like most worthwhile endeavours, takes a significant amount of time to become adept and even more time to become exceptional. Be wary of trading education courses that seem to offer you instant success without disciplined, detailed and structured work over a consistent period of time. When considering a trading course, be sure to find out what is expected of you and the amount of time you will need to put in to get the most out of a course. Finally, be honest with yourself. If you do not have the time to dedicate to learning a new craft, don’t waste your money. Wait until life brings a season where you can dedicate yourself in the manner appropriate.
What amount of money are you going to set aside for trading education and what amount of money will you set aside for actual trading?
Trading courses can be very expensive; it is important to do your research into what a course is offering before signing up. You want to be sure that you aren’t choosing a curriculum that makes you dependent on the course provider to give you signals or indicators to succeed, or a situation where you are offered a trading education course only to find out the next level of that company’s training holds your keys to success. Be on the lookout for courses that require you to have a specific trading platform to use their indicators or techniques. Additionally, please be aware there are many free resources online to assist you in your trading journey. Be sure to look at sites like investopedia.com and school.stockcharts.com before committing to any trading courses
Being undercapitalized is a major issue for many beginning traders. It is important to do your research to understand the money reserve needed before you begin trading. Failure to be properly capitalized has doomed many traders' chances of becoming consistently profitable.
What do we offer?
At Market Blueprint Trading we trade Futures, Forex, and Stocks. Our goal is to provide individuals a structured learning program that provides market principles that apply across all timeframes. We believe that the best trading principles are pertinent across all timeframes and that an individual shouldn’t have to change their entire approach to trading simply because their schedule does not allow for a full-time approach to the markets.
Secondly, our goal is to provide you with a community of traders striving towards the same goal of becoming consistently profitable. We cannot guarantee success, but our goal is to provide you with good trading education and community that can foster accountability and growth. If interested in joining, be sure to check our products section of the website.
Finally, if you have questions about trading generally or about what we offer, do not hesitate to reach out to us at [insert email here]. Even if our program is not right for you, we'd love to hear from you and assist you on your own trading journey.