Learn Forex Trading at the School of Pipsology

Forex education is crucial for beginners.

We, the FX-Men, firmly believe this.

This is why we’ve come up with the new School of Pipsology. More lessons, more content, and more corny jokes to satisfy your hunger for forex education.

The School of Pipsology is designed to help you acquire the skills, knowledge, and special abilities to become a successful trader in the foreign exchange market.

If you want to jump straight to the lessons and start learning how to trade forex, just click the button below. But if you’d like to know more about the School of Pipsology, continue reading on…
Forex trading

 

Our definition of a successful trader is having the ability to do three things:

 

  • Make pips
  • Keep pips
  • Repeat

 

If you can repeatedly do these three things, then you’re on your way to being a superstar forex trader! But we warn you, it’s no cakewalk.

Remember when you were but a little teeny weeny bopper attending grade school?

No?

Well, let us take you through the whole schooling jungle again, but we’re doing it FX-Men style.

You’ll start schooling by rolling into pre-school with your chocolate milk and snack pack. This is where you’ll learn the basics of the forex market.

Pip Diddy, a former super underwear and sock model and now a fundamental analysis specialist, will take you through Kindergarten where you’ll learn the different ways to analyze the currency market.

If you pass, you’ll join the big boys and girls in elementary school where Big Pippin, the coolest cat in the forex block, will teach you all you need to know about technical analysis. But don’t worry, we still have nap time in Grade 1. If you pass Grade 1, the next year you’ll enter Grade 2, and so on, all the way to the end of the summer school.

Wait. What’s that?

Summer school?

Yep. Summer school. Forex Summer School. Where you learn forex trading. Instead of algebra.

To make sure you are fully prepared for high school and the awkward challenges you will face, we’ve added summer school classes to at least help ease your academic transition.

As for trying to get a date for the prom, we can’t help you there. Even Dr. Pipslow is still looking for one. And he’s 600 years old. Too bad he’s forgotten that his prom already happened 583 years ago but we feel bad breaking the news to him.

So….shhhhhhhh. It’ll be our little secret.

Aside from dating drama, try not to get senioritis in Grade 12.

Why?

Because our high school goes up to Grade 14! That’s how Forex Gump, a former senior macroeconomics professor at Pipvard University and now a blogger of all things related to economics, likes it.