In this interview with Jason Graystone, we will be discussing forex trading, dispelling the myths and teaching you everything you need to know about forex trading!
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Since starting his first business at 22 years old, Jason Graystone has successfully built and run multi million pound businesses both in the service sector and online.
Coming from a working class family with little education, Jason embarked on a journey of self development from an early age which he says played a fundamental part of his success.
Jason believes that if you have the right mindset and adopt the right personality traits, you can use the same formula to achieve anything you want in life; and it’s this attitude that allowed him to achieve financial independence by the time he was 30.
Jason believes that everyone deserves to live an inspired life. “We are better people when we have time to contribute towards what we are passionate about. We can solve meaningful problems and be rewarded and fulfilled at the same time.”
This belief is what drives Jason to help others achieve financial independence by educating them on the true secrets of wealth so that they can be liberated from the societal restraints and live the life they deserve.
Jason has become globally recognized for his transparent approach to teaching and his ability to transfer knowledge onto his students through integrity, accountability and his tireless contribution.
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Since European style options can only be exercised at their expiration date, they are likely to be defended more vigorously if the quotes happen to be close to the strike price. Here in this market you need to gain every knowledge to be successful and same as important to choose the right broker like Bprimes. One important point that the forex trader can keep in mind is the distinction between the European style, and American style options.
ive been a student of the forex market for a little while now and i gotta say i have mad respect for this man and his honesty. if your looking into forex my best advice is to find a good mentor and work hard. theres really no other shortcuts.
In forex its infinitesimal combinations of underline market forces as in traders trades and associated economy fluctuation which projects the graph.
I would like to know how any man made rules that could not possibly take into account those underline reasons, could give a quantifiable edge.
I truly am fascinated to know the answer.
What the casino has in common with forex is that the result is unknown until its happened so accepting this analogy, a different approach to the unknown in forex or the casino means the outcome is still unknown so there is no tangible advantage from learning a different approach, its just simple logic.
I worked in the casino industry for 20 years and I invest and trade.a little. Fundamental analysis, in accounting and finance, is the analysis of a business's financial statements; health; and competitors and markets. It also considers the overall state of the economy and factors including interest rates, production, earnings, employment, GDP, housing, manufacturing and management and I do not doubt that education and skill could give an advantage but I do not see how applying a skill to forex which is an ongoing accumulative depiction of unknown market forces, could give any advantage.
Jason Hello there
With the greatest of respect, I am not focusing on negatives, I am focusing on logic and common sense which allows me to be honest with my self.
The only financial risk we can quantify is what we are prepared to be loosing before taking a loss by closing a trade.
I am sure you know that what controlled the post forex graph movement and controls the future forex graph are incomprehensible variations of decisions speculating unknown amounts of money by unknown amounts of traders plus associated economies affects that in accumulation, are in control of the forex graph.
The idea that applying any concept to parts of the past forex graph movement and claiming to be able to have an edge in the future because of that is unquantifiable except by coincidence, and over simplistic.
Its unreasonable not to consider that every time the graph changes direction for how ever long, its unknown forces which are responsible!
E S M A now state what % of traders loose at forex and that is around 85% which of course are not always the same traders as the contributors to this statistic will rotate somewhat because people have winning and loosing periods which is quite normal when speculating money at risk.
Now here is a salient point and the second reason why I personally would not pay for training and which I state with all due respect.
Encumbered within that 85% loosing traders statistic are people who use paid and free strategies skills signals mentoring training courses etc and yet they are still part of that 85% statistic, so my point is that no forex trainer or supplier of strategies, free or fee, can say that his or her training and strategies will keep a trader in the 15% of winners for any quantifiable duration.
I enjoy trading but accept its always speculating money at risk.
Don't let it hold you back though. Focusing on the negatives will only stop you from achieving what many others are achieving daily. When I set out, there were times I wondered if I would ever see consistent returns.
Hey Ronny thanks for watching! You might be interested in the $1 trial of Tier One Trading the details are in the description or feel free to subscribe to Jason's channel and learn from his free videos!
Thank you so much for this video.
For me this is a terrific job from you both, I will re-watch this in parts because there is so much to learn here.
Your questions were on point (shows preparation on your part) and Jason is also a good teacher, showing this amount of information in a transparent, free way was something I was not expecting. The system that was presented here doesn't promise crazy gains while it show how to prevent crazy losses, which in my opinion makes it sound and reasonable.
Again, thank you both for this interview! Please continue to do this kind of content, it's brilliant and captivating.
Pieter Capiau no we just want the highest quality students. We are building the company purely off of success. Not how many people we get through the door. Try the risk free trial and you will see what I mean.
Do you ever try to trade without any indicator?this thing you are talking about are beginners stuff.do you ever herds about time end price theory.bro you need to go in a new school,just stop selling dreams that you can’t believe for yourself.can you show us how many pips can you do in a week?think about this end after that start talking
Great interview! As a technical pattern forex trader like Jason who has finally achieved consistent profitability, I am fascinated with the idea of moving some of my fx profits into long term value investments later down the line as a kind of savings account, rather than having all my eggs in one basket sitting in my broker account waiting for a Swiss franc style black Swan event to wipe me out someday haha. So I really enjoyed the juxtaposition of you two guys discussing your experiences from different market perspectives. Cheers!
This will be funny. I didn't get a chance to leave a comment last night but this is one I definitely wanted to offer my gratitude for. Hour and a half, huh, I was so into this video it seemed like 5 mins to me! LOL Very much appreciate this discussion. Ryan I know, Jason I don't. These gents just offered a piece of Youtube gold on this one. Funny thing is there will be very few people that actually watch it compared to the normal video release! It is to be expected as the topic does carry with it a ton of baggage. Thanks to Jason I was able to dispel many of those pre-conceived ideas about the topic and for that I truly thank you. Great Video, really great work.
I’ve been trading FX on a demo account for slightly over a year and EVERYTHING Jason said is true. I lost 50% of my account pretty quickly, I hopped from strategy to strategy, pair to pair. I was emotional too when I hopped into market orders. Then, I read a book that was recommended by someone on a podcast. I took the rules from the book, used them, and I’ve been doing way better. I feel like 0-12 months is experiment a lot, then 13-24 months is keep your system and stay consistent. Thanks Ryan and Jason!
I can agree with lots of things he say but once he started talking that you cant know what other participants do i know he doesnt have any real knowledge. The financial market doesnt work on supply and demand! The whole market would collapse if it was that way, stay away from guru's that teach that shit.
well you can't aproach roulette has a business, it's always a gamble. you have 46% of winning , wich means that by the law of probability on every million you invest, you will lose 540k and make 460k wich equals to a loss of 80k on every million you play.
there's no way to risk managment there's no way of winning. you'll lose.
"well what if i stop when i'm winning and return later?"
you migh win alot of times in a row. but given a big enough number it will always correlate to the 46W-54L. it's just math.
ps. trading is completly different, you can be the casino and play the odds on your favor (getting the 54% in the last example scenario) and in a big enough number you'll profit
Great value from this interview, weather you're on one side of the spectrum, long term investor or day trader you can always learn from what the other side does. Thank you Ryan and Jason for this video!
+Jason Graystone I really found it informative. I've recently been reading a few books on technical trading because it's always interested me and your explanation was much more straight forward and easy to follow in comparison.
Hey Jake, if your learn the skill of trading then you can trade any market be it stocks, futures or forex etc. because essentially all markets move the same way because people are emotional beings yet predictable for the most part.
Thank you Ryan for doing this amazing interview. This is by far the most straightforward no fluff best interview I've seen regarding Forex. The two of you are first class educators. I found a new FX mentor thanks to you Ryan. You continue to evolve and are doing an awesome service to those seeking a better financial future. Keep up the honest and humble attitude. Wishing you continued success!!
I've been interested in technical analysis Trading for awhile one thing I've never been sure about (Maybe I'm just blind) when your looking for patterns what time frame are you supposed to look at or does any work because there could be a pattern on a hourly chart but if you look a days its non existent is there a recommended time frame or does it just depend on if your day trading or swing trading.
learning all these terminologies really discourage me when i wanted to start trading forex. until i did research online and came across Headwayanalysis 5.0. i don t ever have to worry about time frames and entries. Headwayanalysis tool does all that for you.
D Barbour just concentrate on the time frame you are trading. Test that time frame.
I use a three time frame principle for top down analysis. Higher time frame = form a bias and make prediction. Trading time frame = look for set ups. Lower time frame = tighter entries and management.
A remarkably informative, thorough, level-headed and balanced interview. I enjoyed watching it and it only really reinforces the sorts of advice you have been giving in previous material. The 90/90/90 adage and statements about how the markets are rigged and how the big fish steal from the little fish were some of the big things that kept me away from investing earlier in my life. It's been an interesting journey in learning stocks and trading for me this year. Thank you.
Hey Ryan, I hope you see this. I live in the UK and wanted to ask you a question about Brexit. I believe this will cause a stock market crash (whether minor or major remains to be seen) and wanted to ask when the best time to jump in on that would be. Would the best time to buy be as soon as Brexit occurs and things start falling or should I wait some while beyond that to see how far things have fallen when the dust settles? It would be really appreciated if you could give me your thoughts on this!
+Jin Guy you really don't need anyone's help to make good profits in forex, with headwayanalysis 5.0 you simply set the stocks you wish to trade with and it it does the rest for you. just google it yourself
I appreciate that completely (and will always consistently invest and build a dividend portfolio) but this is a golden opportunity to get shares at fire sale prices and I'm not sure if I should jump in when the event happens or if I should wait until a short while after that to see if the drop becomes even larger. In times of a crash should you get in when the crash occurs or just observe for a while to try to ascertain the lowest price point the stock will hit?
Thanks for doing this video. He seems very knowledgeable and like a good teacher and a nice guy. This was a good intro to him. For me, his course prices are pretty steep, not saying it's not worth the price, just that I'm not at a place where I could take advantage of what he has to offer. It's me not him. Again, thanks for doing these type of videos.
Tony Lewis thanks for watching. Our platform is structured to attract the extremely dedicated so we can give them everything they need. We don’t sell courses. We give everything people need for as long as they need it.
I hope to work with you soon. Make sure you “want” it!
NEVER NEVER NEVER do currency trading-your account will blow up- 90 percent lose. This dude-if he is so good why is he selling a service he should have unlimited money and would never want to share his secret or market edge?
Doctors teach medicine because we get quantifiable results and need them. Re N a s a, its for educational purposes (now where have I heard that one). Re musicians and cooking, we can achieve quantifiable results.
Re your last two lines, I am not talking about the social aspect which is super and nice to do, I am talking about the marketing agenda and the main reason for the video.
Why would I buy into something unless there is a reason for it making a quantifiable difference and with trading, the skills that are achieved are just for educational purposes only which means, those skills when applied, cannot be proved to be the reason why I win or loose particular trades.
I have no issue with people bantering their ideas for free in fact its quite enjoyable and creates as you call it communities and recognition for the particular trading concept and the creator.
The salient point of my observation is that why pay for something where you are risking money and if you win or loose, there is no way of knowing that it was deliberately because of a skill or strategy you had paid to achieve.
How can one justify paying for something that cannot have a quantifiable value which is not cynical. its just business.
When we take a trade, a perceived skill is not in charge of the outcome, instead what is, is the accumulative effect of unknown pressures which we have zero control of and do not know.
What makes sense is that if we win or loose a trade, its by chance and coincidence in other words, the simultaneous affect of what one trader does and the accumulative effect of everything else, creates an outcome.
thanks for the conversation
+Hayden Harris Extremely cynical point of view .... this is not a logical statement ...these kind of statements can be made for any skill or trade.... Why do Doctors teach medicine...? Why does Nasa offer free public lectures...? Why musicians make studio tutorials ? Why are there tones of cooking recipes available on youtube ? Why ?
The answer is because human beings are social animals... people do this to strengthen their communities and gain some recognition from their peers. From a distance everything can look like a Zero Sum game... but in the continuity and totality of things .. nothing really is.
TokyoRealEstateMan 渋谷ShibuyaRepublic.org: The reason is quite simple, Some people like to give back to society and help prevent other people making the same mistakes as they did. If you follow Jason's youtube or Instagram accounts, you can clearly see he is giving back to help educate people and has a strong passion for it, It's a feeling of fulfillment in life, a purpose.
As a society, a vast amount of us are financially illiterate; Some people still think a house on mortgage is an asset, or a fancy sports car is an asset. People like Jason are trying to make us actually think for ourselves and realize the truth. Trading is a great way to accelerate wealth ( IF you treat it as a business and not a casino gambling, and follow strict trading rules with correct risk/money management). The 90% who fail, don't follow them very important guidelines. Jason is a great teacher and influencer.
I love this *"Video"* ... I will be watching this a few times, because I am in the "Discovery part/phase" of the trading world. I really enjoy the candor, and the fact that you are trying to give a quality education/information about what trading is about - as well as the risk vs rewards. I think that we are all first looking at the rewards without looking at *ALL* of the (those) Risks. And as you pointed out; anyone can get involved somehow, but do your homework (research) is essential for any real success. I am not sure what I will be doing exactly. I do believe that there is a probability of myself becoming a trader/investor, but until then I am subscribing to both of your channels. Thank you for helping the world out one video at a time. 👍😉😀
This is great Ryan and Jason. I appreciate that you started with risks (re 90/90/90).
It’s always good to explore different ways to trade and invest in the markets and then find what works best for you. Thank you for the immense and valuable resource!
I have 16 , unfortunately I was thrown out of high school and now I don't have education. I have literally 0 dollars and need to start some kind of business , anyone have an idea? Btw don't tell me to get a job and earn capital , it's just not possible in my country.
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I like what John Quill Talor said; to add to this, self educate by reading books. You can learn so much simply by reading and learning from others. Otherwise find what someone "needs" and then say that *"I can do this service for a fee"* . Make the "Fee" a "Fair price" and show them how it can help them in there situation as well - remember you are there to help their needs. See what skills you have that can help others - including employers, communities, churches, etc. Look up what VALUES are, and once you have established those; tell people what you hope you can help them with with out compromising those values. That is for your reputation, and what you do is your word (or bond/contract). This Makes up *Who You Are* and *What You Can Do* .
Lastly learn about money and saving as this is one of the most important tools (but not the only tool) in Life.
Don't look for 100 great schemes: Find one good job or employer, and work hard and work honestly for any wages, even for free if you can get room and board, and keep learning; and do this for the next ten years. After age 25, begin saving 10% or 20% of all that you earn. Always remember that your word and your reputation are the two most important things that you
will ever have. - j q t - ("The 'Two Comma' Portfolio" ... yet to be written)
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