Four years ago people were walking along Kuala Lumpur streets asking each other if they knew anything at all about forex trading. Only those who work in the financial industry and are experienced investors would understand what your talking about that site.
Fast forward to 2009 and I realized that most people are familiar with forex trading. Minimum for those living in cities. The internet is the reason for this. The internet has made forex trading easier than ever. This phenomenon does not affect only a few countries. People from China, Russia, and Africa have begun forex trading using their computers.
Forex brokers are all competing for a piece of the increasing attention given to the forex market each year. This has created fierce competition, which has resulted in a drop in the number of Forex trading accounts available online. Major forex brokers can help you get a forex trading account for just twenty dollars. Twenty American Dollars equals 68 Malaysian Ringgit. It is not enough money to buy two steak dinners with the country’s 68 ringsgit. Forex accounts can be bought for just a few bucks.
Forex trading can be done by anyone with some spare money, a computer and a broadband internet connection. There is always a chance of scammers being involved in business activities. Scammers are never to be ignored. They look for ways to exploit the weak and the unlucky. Their question seems to be this: Are you interested in a 3-day course to teach you how make $1000 USD per day trading currencies currencies for $1000 USD total?
The hotels they select are those where they can pitch their product. I can say with confidence that I went to at least 30 seminars and that most of the attendees didn’t know what I was talking about. They were selling a product that was undoubtedly repackaged and again repackaged. It was quite distressing to find that many of them didn’t touch on forex trading. They were simply salespeople trying to create wealth and avoid the topic of forex trade. These courses can be found in the newspaper, online, or by word-of-mouth. What’s the price? How much?