My apologies. If you look at my other posts normally lots of paragraphs. I’ll do better this time.
The biggest mistake most people make is before they come into trading. They think trading is like going through the drive through and picking something off the menu. It’s quick it’s fast (in most cases) and in no time you’re back on the road. Trading like all professions, businesses, or whatever else you want to label it is not quick and fast, but a slow and continuous learning process. People think patience and discipline only comes into play once they start trading, but it starts the same day you decide you want to be a trader. You’re right time is money, but again how do you make a good decision on something when you don’t have a clue what makes the info good or bad. People would find if they took a little more time in the beginning to get prepared and learn the basics, they would save a lot of time and money in the end.
I also agree with you about successful traders and why they would teach instead of or continue trading. Besides that some people genuinely want to give back , the reason in most cases why people don’t believe other people would ever do something like that, is because they wouldn’t. “Worthless” is like many of the words used in the forex such as: always, never, pointless, my advice; just depends on what side of the fence you’re standing on. What’s that saying; “one person’s junk, is another person’s treasure”