7 Best Forex Traders in Nigeria

7 Best Forex Traders in Nigeria
30 March 2021
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Forex trading is a lucrative business opportunity for those who are dedicated towards turning trading into a professional career, as the traders on this list will be able to testify.

For the following traders, forex trading has become a business and they share their stories with millions of other traders who have dreams of becoming successful forex traders.

Uche Paragon

Uche Paragon began his career in forex trading in 2007 when he decided to investigate the diverse ways through which money can be made online. A description which caught his attention related to how a percentage-based profit could be made off forex trading.

Paragon was intrigued by this unusual description and he decided to follow up and conduct research of his own. He started in binary forex trading and it was his first step into the world associated with finance and successful trading.

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Ajidahun Afioluwa

Ajidahun Afioluwa, like other successful forex traders, did not become rich overnight. He faced one loss after the other, far beyond the point where most traders may have considered giving up.

However, despite his first encounters with the forex market bringing him nothing but loss, Afioluwa did not give up, he remained dedicated in learning and growing through his failures. He studied various strategies and designed one that was suited to his own needs and style.

Blessing Ezeako

Blessing Ezeako started her forex trading journey by studying different trends and trading strategies specifically associated with forex trading. She treated the process like a learning experience, all while she was working a full-time job.

Sandile Shezi

Sandile Shezi is a South African trader with Nigerian origins who grew up in conditions of severe poverty. Shezi became one of the youngest, most successful Nigerian traders, borrowing tuition fees intended for university to enter the forex market.

He bought and sold stocks alongside forex and made decent profits, even without prior knowledge of trading or an economic background. Shezi spent a significant portion of time learning about forex terminologies, different trading methods, and risk management systems, and today, he spends time giving back to others who wish to start trading in forex.

Patrick Ogagbor

Patrick Ogagbor is an ex-Zenith Banker who quit his job to become a professional forex trader. Equipped with entrepreneurial curiosity, he sought out new ways to become successful. However, he had the belief that forex trading was a get-rich-quick business, but he soon found out that there was a lot more behind it.

Benjamin Ilesani Ajimoko

Benjamin Ajimoko is a successful forex trader who applied the right mindset and trading psychology to earn him success in forex trading. Instead of trading the markets full-time, he turned into becoming a forex trading teacher instead.

His secret to success lays in the vast world of trading knowledge that there is alongside gaining experience in trading forex.

Chinedu Onuoha

This Nigerian forex traders tarted off trading in forex before he explored other instruments such as commodities, futures, and equities. He actively traded in forex for 12 years and he started offering tutorials and strategies to other beginner traders in Nigeria.

His success in forex trading comes from exploring sustainable forex strategies and ensuring that risk management practices are employed and followed to avoid incurring losses.

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