Monday, December 10Always On-point

Udemy Has A Forex Course Made For Zimbos By A Zimbo

Last month we had a chance to sit and interview a forex trader and it seems a lot of people had an interest in knowing more about forex trading. Luckily there is a two-week course available on Udemy that has been made by a local fella.
What will you be learning?
The “Learn Forex Trading In Two Weeks” course by Happy Zhou includes lessons on:

Forex trading language
Analysing methods used to determine movement of prices on the forex market
Learning the Metatrader 4 forex trading software
Chart patterns
Popular chart indicators
Fibonacci indicator
Supply and Demand
Currency Correlations
For how much?
The course has a 3.5-star rating from 11 reviews but it has also been taken by over 500 students. To enrol for the course you need to part with $99.99 but right now the course is available for far less at $10.99 for the next 5 hours. Udemy often has these crazy discounted sales so even if you miss today’s sale you can always bookmark the course and check once every few days and I’ve got no doubt you’ll stumble upon the discount again.

Happy Zhou the instructor in the course is also the founder of Merchant Couriers –a delivery startup- and if there’s one reason why I would recommend you to take a course from someone who is in Zimbabwe is that they have knowledge of what’s happening in the country and that could be vital as some techniques from foreigners might not fit well once you try to execute them because of certain challenges.

Granted, I haven’t taken the course so I’m not sure if there are nuggets that apply to locals only but if you’re interested in checking out the course you can do so here. You will also get a certificate of completion once you have finished the course which is great if you’re the kind of person who gets a kick out of that sort of thing…-techzim.co.zw

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