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Forex Trading for Newbies Review

Forex Trading for Newbies is training course by Jens Clever that is specifically aimed at those who are new to Forex and wish to trade successfully.

What does the product offer?

Forex Trading for Newbies is a video training course by Jens Clever that runs for around four hours. Over the course of Forex Trading for Newbies he claims you will be taught how to trade like a professional Forex trader by teaching what Jens Clever refers to as the “exact strategies and systems used by professional traders”. It also comes with a series of indicators, chart templates and a piece of trading software so that you can apply what you learn.

How does the product work?

Obviously Forex Trading for Newbies is a training course and this seems to draw on Jens Clever’s experiences in trading. Forex Trading for Newbies is broken down into a number of modules each of which offers a step by step approach. The strategies it teaches seem to be based around scalping, a well-known and simple enough Forex trading technique.

What is the initial investment?

Access to Forex Trading for Newbies is available for $27 and comes with a 60 day money back guarantee as it is sold through ClickBank.

What is the rate of return?

This is a difficult one to gauge as Forex Trading for Newbies is a training course. Typically this would mean that results should be qualitative rather than quantitative. That having been said Jens Clever shows an example of earning 123 pips and implies that this can be a common occurrence.


I am rather dubious about Forex Trading for Newbies. The claim that in 4 hours you can be taught everything that a professional trader knows looks like nothing more than bold exaggeration. This casts the rest of the course in a bad light and really I find very off putting. The fact is that there are a lot of different Forex training products out there that offer much more realistic promises than Forex Trading for Newbies.

They may be a little bit more but I think that this is a case of getting what you pay for.



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From: Simon Roberts