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Hi all 16 Dec 2014 09:16 #1

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Hi wjohnsonn,

Welcome to ChartsView, hope you find this site useful in your trading. ;)

Like Remo said please check-out the learning section, which has some great material.

If your new to trading then its best to paper trade for a while so you can get the hang of it without losing any money. Having good charts to read from will also help you.

If your looking for demo accounts and charting packages please check-out the trading software section: chartsview.co.uk/online-trading-software

We use MetaStock charts, there is a 1 month free offer if you want to give it a try for free.

Hope this helps, Good luck with your trading! :)
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Hi all 15 Dec 2014 11:58 #2

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hi wjohnsonn

Best place to start to learn about trading with charts would be our learning section.
chartsview.co.uk/learn-to-trade

just work through this slowly and bear in mind that this site is more to do with short term trading than long term and solely using charts for trading.
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Hi all 15 Dec 2014 10:42 #3

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I'm literally new to this don't really have any idea of anything when it comes to trading really. But I just got a new job where fortunately I can save a very nice amount every 4 weeks and I am starting to like the idea of investing or trading in the stock market to make more money here and there hopefully rather than my money just sitting in a savings account.

Chances are I won't trade for at least 2 months and in that time I want to learn as much as I can to eventually make me feel comfortable and confident with my knowledge to start trading/investing. So if you have any good suggestions of good websites to read from or books/newspapers/magazines or even things I should be watching it would be greatly appreciated (please bare in mind that I am very new to this and don't even know where to start). But one thing I do know is that I would love to learn about the market even if I don't even end up trading it really intrigues me and I know once I feel comfortable to trade I will be 100% committed to it.

I look forward to hearing from you all and picking your brains :)
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