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Binary Options School (FEEDBACK WANTED)

BryanMacBryanMac Posts: 851 ✭✭✭
We are looking at putting together a School for Binary Options, but I was looking to get some feedback first, on what subjects people would want covered in the school, just to make sure we are not missing anything before the project kicks off.

So please drop a line below with what you would be interested in seeing and learning.

Bryan Mcafee
Hit me up on skype at Brymcafee (McAllen TX)


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    LockieLockie Posts: 7
    60 sec 5 & 10 minute trading with portfolio analysis with feedback from a mentor end of each week .
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    lotzofbotzlotzofbotz Posts: 1,552 ✭✭✭✭
    edited March 2015

    A structured curriculum that people can pick and choose based on their needs/knowledge.
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    OkaneOkane Posts: 1,282 admin
    Some suggestions:
    1. How to avoid scams + choosing brokers.
    2. Where to look for fundamentals and how to trade or avoid news.
    3. Money and risk management
    4. How to analyze charts with lines, support resistance and trend lines.
    5. A simple strategy to begin working with, (I'll be sharing simple strategies every month so no need to look further)

    As botz said; they could choose what they need so they don't have to listen to
    stuff about brokers if they already have that covered.
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    lotzofbotzlotzofbotz Posts: 1,552 ✭✭✭✭
    1st you have to decide what do you mean by a school... A school to me has these things called TEACHERS that teach. Baby pips for example is a learning resource though organized well its just a passive learning resource not really a school imo.. If that is what you want ok but that is not a school. A school is where you would have people teaching live in a class format either 1 to 1 or in a group as Bryan does with his Trading Axis. 1st decide what a school is lol..
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    unknownunknown Posts: 24
    A lesson plan? like how i see on youtube some people have finance 101 102 103 and stuff
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    lotzofbotzlotzofbotz Posts: 1,552 ✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2015
    Curriculum based format yes. You have to have polls and find out what it is that people want to learn. Maybe its 60sec trading methods/money management/how to just setup MT4 or where to find the best porn while trading. Who the heck knows but give the power of choice to the people and lets see where the rabbit hole leads...
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    TonyMTonyM Posts: 27
    There are many good suggestions from already informed/educated traders here. I notice that many come to this site after being scammed by other sites so in their first posting they express gratitude in finding an honest forum and a willingness to learn. I realize, as the saying goes, that some of you have forgotten more than what many new ones will even learn about bo trading, but what about producing a step by step series that goes right back to an introduction to bo ( including a glossary of terms, how to place trades at the right time, what is an indicator,etc) to steps gradually appealing to those already dabbling in it? I believe people should pay for such a comprehensive undertaking because, after all, you are sharing knowledge which cost some of you big $$ on the road of hard knocks. I doubt it would be feasible to produce because (eg. Brian, Lotz) can make more just trading each day, but I sense there are train loads of decent people who would pay if only someone could lead them with accurate, understandable information. I know there is a lot of good information on this site, however, I can't understand a lot of it at my level being new at it. Often I don't know the question to ask because I'm not an's like wondering when to ask a new girl you are dating how many kids she sees in the future not knowing if she even wants to marry you or just wants to ride!! So, I stumble along and find bits and pieces of info on this site. Can it be streamlined a bit more logically? As Lotz has mentioned before, the market is not linear in nature so many fail to grasp what it takes to get a feel for successful trading, right? So, is it possible to produce for sale a series that points right to a beginning and is graduated, adds basic "safe" trade strategy and incorporates other types as people learn at their own speed? You wouldn't even have to have it all finished before you could retail it. Newbies would consider early lessons until new ones are produced. The reason I am not in on chats with you guys is because of my work schedule. Probably others have similar reasons. So a series would be perfect. Like earning a degree online, which it really is....
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    debeloved07debeloved07 Posts: 5
    The curriculum should include downloading your table, mt4, Bollinger and how to set them up to be used for signal analysis, the different trades available, short, 5, mins and 1min trade etc as well as money management. if possible inclusive,
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