Learn Forex Trading at the School of Pipsology

Forex education is crucial for beginners.

We, the FX-Men, firmly believe this.

This is why we've come up with the new School of Pipsology. More lessons, more content, and more corny jokes to satisfy your hunger for forex education.

The School of Pipsology is designed to help you acquire the skills, knowledge, and special abilities to become a successful trader in the foreign exchange market.

If you want to jump straight to the lessons and start learning how to trade forex, just click the button below. But if you'd like to know more about the School of Pipsology, continue reading on...

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Our definition of a successful trader is having the ability to do three things:

  1. Make pips
  2. Keep pips
  3. Repeat

If you can repeatedly do these three things, then you're on your way to being a superstar forex trader! But we warn you, it's no cakewalk.

Remember when you were but a little teeny weeny bopper attending grade school?

No?

Well, let us take you through the whole schooling jungle again, but we're doing it FX-Men style.

You'll start schooling by rolling into pre-school with your chocolate milk and snack pack. This is where you'll learn the basics of the forex market.

Pip Diddy, a former super underwear and sock model and now a fundamental analysis specialist, will take you through Kindergarten where you'll learn the different ways to analyze the currency market.

If you pass, you'll join the big boys and girls in elementary school where Big Pippin, the coolest cat in the forex block, will teach you all you need to know about technical analysis. But don't worry, we still have nap time in Grade 1. If you pass Grade 1, the next year you'll enter Grade 2, and so on, all the way to the end of the summer school.

“LearnWait. What's that?

Summer school?

Yep. Summer school. Forex Summer School. Where you learn forex trading. Instead of algebra.

To make sure you are fully prepared for high school and the awkward challenges you will face, we've added summer school classes to at least help ease your academic transition.

As for trying to get a date for the prom, we can't help you there. Even Dr. Pipslow is still looking for one. And he's 600 years old. Too bad he's forgotten that his prom already happened 583 years ago but we feel bad breaking the news to him.

So....shhhhhhhh. It'll be our little secret.

Aside from dating drama, try not to get senioritis in Grade 12.

Why?

Because our high school goes up to Grade 14! That's how Forex Gump, a former senior macroeconomics professor at Pipvard University and now a blogger of all things related to economics, likes it.

If you've done well throughout grade school and high school, you get a full scholarship to our college! All expenses paid!

We won't even require you to fill out any applications or write essays. That's right....we like to hand out scholarships just as much as we like to hand out cute bunnies to Cyclopip for him to eat.

Our curriculum here at the School of Pipsology will make a bold attempt to cover all aspects of forex trading.

You will learn how to identify trading opportunities, how to time the market (aka smart guessing), and when to take profits or close a trade.

But that's still not all folks. There's more! After Forex Gump explains the tricks of the trade, you'll head over to the Sophomore part of the school, where Dr. Pipslow, an ancient and revered trader of currencies, will share his nuggets on everything you need to know about the psychology of trading.

Once you finish all your courses and you already feel like you're the next forex trading superstar, Forex Ninja, our resident spy and one of the master traders, will keep you on your toes and remind you of the dangers of the forex jungle.

Forex trading isn't easy, but with a lot of studying and hard work, you can become a successful trader.

So grab your security blanket and favorite teddy bear and let's head over to Pre-School!
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Pre-school Forex Basics
  What is Forex?
  Why Trade Forex?
  Who Trades Forex?
  When Can You Trade Forex?
  How Do You Trade Forex?
Kindergarten Three Types of Analysis
  Types of Charts
  Elementary School
Grade 1 Support and Resistance Levels
Grade 2 Japanese Candlesticks
Grade 3 Fibonacci
Grade 4 Moving Averages
Grade 5 Bollinger Bands
  Middle School
Grade 6 Oscillators and Momentum Indicators
Grade 7 Chart Patterns
Grade 8 Pivot Points
  Summer School
  Elliott Wave Theory
  Harmonic Price Patterns
  High School
Grade 9 Trading Divergences
Grade 10 Trading Environment
Grade 11 Trading Breakouts and Fakeouts
Grade 12 Fundamental Analysis
Grade 13 Currency Crosses
Grade 14 Multiple Time Frame Analysis
  Undergraduate
Freshman Year Market Sentiment
  Trading the News
  Carry Trade
Sophomore Year The U.S. Dollar Index
  Intermarket Correlations
  Using Equities to Trade FX
  Country Profiles
Junior Year Developing Your Own Trading Plan
  Which Type of Trader Are You?
  Create Your Own Trading Plan
  Keeping a Trading Journal
Senior Year Risk Management
  The Number 1 Cause of Death of Forex Traders
  Position Sizing
  Setting Stop Losses
  Scaling In and Out
  Currency Correlations
Graduation Brokers 101
  Forex Trading Scams
  Graduation Speech