You can’t put a price on education imo, so the question you should ask yourself is how badly do you want to be a full time trader ? Most people quit a 40 hour full time job to try trade as a career, as they’re sold a dream of working a couple of hours a day/week only to realise that you will sometimes end up working 80 hours a week! You really need to be seriously passionate about trading and want to do it because you simply enjoy it… not be doing it because you want to become an overnight millionaire.
Find yourself being the latter and you’ll struggle in this game, which is why the statistics of being a losing trader is actually closer to the 99% mark.
Whilst you can make a seriously large amount of money trading… the statistics of being successful and consistently profitable are overwhelmingly poor.
One small bit of advice I would give you is to move onto live trading as soon as reasonably possible… and I don’t mean go all in. Start with a very small account which you can afford to comfortably lose and that way you have some skin in the game. Doing this… you’ll learn all about the pain and pleasure cycle which you’ll never experience trading demo.
A mentor I would highly recommend ?
Tom Dante (Trader Dante)
Purchase one if not all of his courses and you’ll learn at the very least… the foundations to trading successfully.
His material is a small price to pay considering most 1 to 1 trading mentors would cost upwards of £10,000.