Imagine transforming what is experienced by 92% of traders as a stressful, time-consuming, loss-making business into a carefree, profitable and relaxing "hobby". Yes, this is possible! Discover how you can use Lazy Trader methods to "set and forget", and instantly free up hours of your day rather than being a slave to the screen... enabling you to do the things that you have always wantedClick here to read on...
Hi Rob and Team, Just wanted to say I am really enjoying being part of Lazy Trader. This trading style suits me really well as I am a very busy stay at home mum of two and I definitely believe in "less is more". I have only been a member for a month so it's … Read MoreGina Davis, Full time Mum, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
I Started trading almost 5 years ago, besides this, I have been joining The Lazy Trader Ltd since last month, and I can say proudly it has helped me a a lot. They give you the proper tools and skill sets to trade profitable and give you the signals you need in the case you are … Read MoreTommys Gonzalez, Private Funds Trader, Caracas, Venezuela
Regarded as the "laziest trader ever to come out of London", Rob Colville is a "fulltime" fund trader who trades for as little as ten minutes a day. He has mentored over a thousand people worldwide how to trade his signature trading style effortlessly and profitably. This forex trader training website is Rob's contribution to both the newbie trader newbies and seasoned pros who are looking for fresh perspectives.
Hey there. I'm Rob Colville and welcome to my trader training website. Here is a place where you will to learn to trade the easy way, using Forex strategies designed especially to maximise profits and minimise time spent hunched over the computer. Apart from teaching you how to trade, we also want to put our money where our mouth is and give you the opportunity to follow our forex signal service so you can really see that we practise what we preach.
The aim of this website is to give you an informal yet concise trader training experience without the hype, whitewash and false claims that are unfortunately so ubiquitous today. You will also discover that you do not need to spend thousands on education to become a profitable trader and you certainly do not need to over complicate things. Simplicity is the key.Click here to read on...
The following hard lessons were learned by your colleagues and fellow traders, who can now share insights to help you avoid repeating what are ultimately some common trading mistakes.Read Article
While geopolitical risk is a factor to consider, here are a few ideas for decoding its shorter-term impact and remaining confident and committed to your longer-term positioning in the markets.Read Article
To really be confident that you can trade stocks and forex using a particular strategy, don’t take someone else’s word for it; put that strategy (and your ability to trade it) to the test yourself. Here's how...Read Article
Most focus on execution while they learn to trade, but I'd submit to you that more good can be done by learning how to wait patiently for opportunities and avoid “forcing” non-qualifying set-ups.Read Article
If you’re considering Lazy Trading, here’s how you can be confident, 1) The methodology will suit your needs and lifestyle, and 2) That it’s a reputable and proven way to successfully trade the markets.Read Article
A sound working knowledge and understanding of these signals (and others) will help the trader develop a well-rounded arsenal of trading tools that perform well in both trending and non-trending markets.Read Article
We’re now seeing an influx of valid, strong technical signals, some of which haven’t been around for a little while. Here are two (2) such signals, what they mean to traders, and most of all, how to trade them.Read Article
Whatever you do, don’t jump wildly between chart patterns in a frantic attempt to learn them all right away. Instead, follow our advice and master these relevant chart patterns first.Read Article
While the mistakes new traders make will vary, every one will lead to the same thing: The trader becoming dangerously overexposed to risk.Read Article
Once we explain what false breakouts are, we'll explore several ways for traders to identify and perhaps even trade (potential) false breakouts whenever one inevitably materialises.Read Article
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