Forex for Financial aid? :)
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    Default Forex for Financial aid? :)

    Hmmm, suppose i'm a college student who has been studying forex since the summer of last year and has been using demo accounts. Do you think forex trading would be a good way to earn enough money to pay off for the exhorbitant cost of an ivy league college? And if I did do that then what type of trader should I be? I'm thinking a day swinger because I would need a lot of capital to bear the burden of having losing months, but then again I could earn a lot more. What advice do you guys have?

    Oh, and also, if you don't suggest doing forex directly, is there such thing as a forex investment fund or whatnot? I know that James Sun, a current candidate on Season 6 of the Apprentice, started an Investment fund that made him $2 million while he was graduating Cum Laude from the University of Washington. I'm still a little wet behind the years as i'm a young man, so could any seasoned veterans help me out here? Thanks!

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    Welcome to the forum.

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