I'm here to give you some free currency trading advice to help train you to be a better trader. This is a great business to get involved in and the best part is that you're no more or no less important that a huge bank trading. You have the potential profit, just the same way they do.
The first training advice I'll give you is the power to cut losses. It's tough for most people, especially when you first start out. That first trade, you're really attached to that money. It's like putting your money in a row boat and pushing it out in the ocean, hoping it will come back a little extra. Cutting is an important skill because you will have bad trades. You can't stop that, but you can control how bad they effect you. You may feel these need to hold onto it thinking it will go back up, but that's an emotional response. If you can't come up a logical and factual reason to hold onto it, you need to cut your losses because having that money back in your hands can at least be traded.
The next piece of training advice I'll give you is to focus on a trade and not what a trade yields you. It's funny how often people will spend extra money before they ever exit a good trade. You might make an excellent trade that will have a little extra money lying around, but don't start spending that money before you even exit the trade. Until you have that money back in your hands, you don't spend it.
Lastly, take full advantage of your demo account. For some reason people bad mouth them, but they're decent tools for learning. Yeah, demo accounts aren't the best for expert traders, but they're great for new and upcoming traders. You can learn a lot from using them and you never have to risk any money.
I'm currently giving a 7 day free forex training course. Newbies and experienced are all welcome. If you're interested in participating, check out the Casual Forex Trader.