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...
The Lazy Trader is in an outstanding resource for aspiring traders, ideally suited for both complete beginners and those who are already up and running with their trading but need or want to improve it. The extensive toolkit you get with Lazy Trader membership ranges from getting started to trading strategies and the broader global … Read MoreGavin Kingcome, Professional Photographer, London, England
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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...
As traders consider the benefits of mobile trading, it’s even more critical to consider their own capabilities before deciding whether or not they’re ready to join the mobile trading revolution. Here’s how to do it…Read Article
When taken the right way, solitary trading can be simple, fulfilling, and empowering, for outside influence and interference can often be minimized—or eliminated entirely—at the sole discretion of the traderRead Article
The controversial mantra of “Sell in May and Go Away” lives on to this day in the equity markets, but should forex traders head for the sidelines between May and October, too?Read Article
Whether it’s regarding risk, fundamentals, or active decision making, here are just some surprising parallels between skiing and trading that go to show that good trading habits aren’t always exclusive to trading!Read Article
Recently, something got me thinking, so today, I ask you: How many trade set-ups do you use now, and is there a “magic number” that you someday aspire to have in your arsenal?Read Article
Whether you’re an intraday or a swing trader, or even a Lazy Trader who “works” for as little as 10 minutes a day, what would you say if I told you that you still might be guilty of overtrading?Read Article
What follows is the story of an accomplished floor trader who found that he flat-out stunk when making the transition to trading at home, and the rather remarkable way he fixed it.Read Article
To trade more in the present and remove focus from money and end results, try asking yourself these “what if” questions, which focus only on the process behind every trade, and not the eventual outcome.Read Article
Perhaps it’s time we rethink our own definition of a great trade, in part to say more honestly what a great trade is, but also to reinforce what it’s not.Read Article
This is a trading article, I promise, but let me tell you first off that my dog is in really big trouble right now.Read Article
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