idude, love the name! We’re almost related!
Care to share why you recommend this? Not knocking you. Serious question. And what’s your go-to for education on the matter? Anything like babypips around, but for futures?
To @shanemuld, you’re young! You have so much time to learn each and every one of the topics you mentioned. Economics, math, finance, all of it. College gives you structure, but depending on where you live, that might also come with a monetary cost. Learning on your own, or through a free or cheaper online course, comes with pros and cons. It’s definitely cheaper, but you have to be your own teacher and stay motivated to do so. Taking these smaller classes, at your own pace, might be good or bad for you. It really depends on you.
I will say, don’t get caught up in which to choose. Just choose one! Give it a go. The sooner you learn whether you like or don’t like something, the better. If you hate/fail at econ, great, move on to the next thing! Don’t be afraid to fail. Failure is a great teacher.
Just know that for a majority of forex traders I’ve come across, consistently profitable trades take time. Months and even years.