Stocks & Commodities V. 22:4 (85): Quick-Scans: Natural Order Educators by J. Gopalakrishnan
The thought of taking up trading as a profession often inspires images of the road to riches. But, as we all know, thatís not the right attitude for a beginning
trader. Instead of dreaming of luxuries to come, you should be envisioning plenty of hard work as you begin your trading education. Go into trading with a learning
attitude: ready to learn what you need to, then go out and use that knowledge in a way that will benefit you the most. You can either teach yourself, or you can
have someone else teach you. If itís the latter that you want, there are innumerable resources. In fact, our Tradersí Resource section in this issue lists pages of
courses and seminars related to trading.
And, of course, there are a great many courses and seminars to consider. It is a cumbersome task to find one that matches what you are looking for. If you are a
futures trader, you may wish to consider the course offered by Natural Order Educators. Although the companyís methodology works for most other tradables, all their examples use futures contracts. The Natural Order Educators students I spoke with for this review took the course in order to trade futures.