CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. The vast majority of retail client accounts lose money when trading in CFDs. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

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21 October 2020

Trump vs Biden: The Crunch is On

Anna Timone, Chief Compliance Officer of USG UK, was previously the US political reporter for RBC TV. She has shared with us her knowledge of the US political system in her previous blog and here is her latest blog about the US Presidential election. Who is Leading in the Polls? According to recent national polls in the US, Biden has an almost 10-point lead over Trump. As the election is decided based on electoral ...(Read more)

30 September 2020

Trump vs. Biden: Who will be the Victor?

Anna Timone, Chief Compliance Officer of USG UK, was previously the US political reporter for RBC TV. She has kindly shared her knowledge of the US political system in this broad overview of the state of the US Presidential election. The Swing States Around the world, both Americans and the international community follow the Biden and Trump 2020 political campaign with curiosity and anticipation. As it stands right n...(Read more)

28 July 2020

Is there a difference between Education and Advice?

Many trading platforms offer education as part of their service but this will not be in the form of investment advice unless they have the required authorisations and the staff qualified to do so. What is the difference between education/support and investment advice though? Education/support Education and support is often described as ‘Guidance’ by the FCA and is a much broader term which includes more general infor...(Read more)

21 July 2020

Which is best for you: Social, mirror or copy trading?

To decide which of these forms of trading suits best, one needs to understand the subtle differences between them. Social trading To take Social Trading first; This is a form of investing in which investment decisions are influenced by the opinions, and the observation of the trading strategies, held by a peer group. Social traders will pool knowledge, research, trading strategies and experiences with the aim of mutu...(Read more)

16 July 2020

Why is Forex Regulated?

We are all aware from the horror stories in the press of the financial scams that are active in the financial markets at large and more specifically in the Forex market. The attraction to these criminals is very obviously the amount of money that passes through these markets. The con artists seek to divert the 'invested' funds into their own pockets rather than into proper investments. To do this they pose as genuine...(Read more)

3 July 2020

Trading Psychology

There is no doubt that trading is stressful and that the psychology of a trader hugely influences their profit and loss profile. There are a plethora of books and articles on this subject with many claiming to give ways to "beat the market" so let's debunk that one from the start and accept the age old adage that the Market is always right. That is not to say however that understanding one's own personality and havin...(Read more)

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