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 … 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, … 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...
To promote more thorough preparation, clearer and more decisive actions, and in all, better trading with less stress, make visual exercises like the ones we’ll profile here today part of your regular trading habits.Read Article
Good habits are good things to have in general. Having good habits can help in many different aspects of your … Continue readingRead Article
The news can be interesting. It can be useful. But when it comes to trading, all news is bad news. … Continue readingRead Article
You started trading. You did it. You finally went ahead and put your money where your mouth is, and you … Continue readingRead Article
You’re probably selling yourself short if you think that win rate and P&L are the only ways to prove that you're becoming a more proficient trader. Here are 5 signs you're doing better than you may think...Read Article
Keeping the day job might not be everyone’s idea of being a successful trader, but for others, it can be … Continue readingRead Article
The brain is a wonderful muscle. It’s a tool that can be shaped any way we want it to be … Continue readingRead Article
Here’s how to avoid excess risk and having too many open trades whenever markets present multiple trade opportunities at once, as we've seen recently.Read Article
Trading your free time is, sadly, all too easy. Trading can be addictive. We’ll admit it. In fact, we’re happy to … Continue readingRead Article
Retail forex traders can emulate the pros in (at the very least) these four functional areas and will likely become more consistent and successful over the long term for it.Read Article
Find out why 92% of traders fail and exactly
what you can do to be in the winning 8%
How to identify high reward set-ups
Secrets to risk management
Disclaimer: All content on this website is intended for educational purposes only and "The Lazy Trader" (TheLazyTrader.com) will not be held responsible for any losses incurred. The information of this website is "general advice only" and does not take individual circumstances into account so do not trade or speculate based solely on the information provided. But viewing and participating our and the website's content, you fully accept and agree that this website offer's general advice only and that trading the financial markets is a high risk activity and should understand that past performance does not indicate future performance and that the value of investments and income from them may go up as well as down, and are not guaranteed. No representation is, has or will be made that any website visitor, client or content viewer will or is likely to achieve profits similar in any way to those discussed on this website or this website's subsidiaries. You will not hold any person or entity responsible for any losses or damages resulting from the general advice provided here by "The Lazy Trader", TheLazyTrader.com, Rob Colville Trading, its employees or directors or fellow clients. "The Lazy Trader" (www.TheLazyTrader.com) and "Rob Colville Trading" are divisions of The Lazy trader Ltd.
Risk Warning! Forex, Futures, Options and such Derivatives are highly leveraged and carry a large amount of risk and is not suitable for all investors. Please do not trade with more money than you can afford to lose. All content (news, views, analysis, research, trade ideas, commentary, videos or articles) on this website or this website's subsidiaries does not constitute as "investment advice".