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...
I think the service is absolutely fantastic and I have added 35% to my very small account since membership commenced. … Read MoreJohn Bell, Private Trader, Derbyshire, England
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...
“It took me 15 years to learn how not to trade,” said a world-renowned, 44-year trading veteran, in a recent interview. Now, learning how not to trade is hardly the “education” many of us are hoping for, but in trading—and in life, for that matter—learning what not to do is a valuable lesson in itself. Continue readingRead Article
Any golfers out there among us? Well, if youâ€™re serious about playing, then you probably work hard at improving your game, much like we all do with respect to our trading. So how would you like some trading advice that can help you on the course, too? Continue readingRead Article
Why is it that in life, people go off and decide to jump out of planes, or swim with sharks, but when it comes to trading, they get bogged down in information, battle the dreaded â€œanalysis paralysis,â€ and have so many second thoughts? Continue readingRead Article
Thereâ€™s a way to go about trading the news that involves less risk and less stress than what daytraders out in the trenches are facing day in and day out. Itâ€™s a broader perspective that allows for more complete information and clarity, lessens the need for perfect timing and pinpoint execution, and fits well within the realm of lifestyle trading. Hereâ€™s how it worksâ€¦ Continue readingRead Article
Conventional trading wisdom has actually gotten to be so plentiful that it’s hard to know what to believe anymore. While one popular tip or tenet tells you to do one thing, there’s another one out there telling you to do the exact opposite! So how do you know which is correct? Continue readingRead Article
Does the moment of trade execution feel a lot like a moment of truth, where all the merits of your analysis and trading prowess—not to mention your reputation and self-worth—are about to be put on trial? Who knew a little red button could be so powerful, right? Continue readingRead Article
17.9 million results appear in a split second when conducting a simple Google search for forex education, and much of it comes directly from forex brokers. While that seems like the brokers are actively trying to help retail clients achieve more success and longevity in the markets, that’s not really why they’re doing it. Here’s the real reason… Continue readingRead Article
I have a few year-end trading goals in mind that I’d urge you to consider. They are broader than just “Make as much money as you can,” but they are all well within your grasp, too. Reaching them will give you a nice sense of achievement as you close out what’s been a hard-fought year in the markets, and even more than that, will help put you on a profitable path for 2015 as well. Continue readingRead Article
There’s a particular component of every trading plan that far too often goes overlooked. Perhaps it gets lost in the shuffle of our continually trying to improve, but it’s a step that is just as important to your lasting success as analysis, risk management, or execution. It’s having—and more importantly, enforcing—a reward and punishment system as part of your trading plan. Continue readingRead Article
How would you like to hear a good horror story? Now as it happens, this one’s not about zombies, or vampires, or Jack the Ripper, but about a losing trade that you’re likely to find just as scary. I just heard it for myself the other night, and at times, I could barely believe my own ears! Continue readingRead Article
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