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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)

24 June 2020

Which Forex courses are the best ?

There are a multitude of courses offering to teach one how to trade Forex. Some of these promise that if one pays to attend their course for a week, one will be a talented trader who will then make millions. Obviously, it isn't that easy as otherwise everyone would do these courses and markets would not exist as everyone would trade in the same direction. That, however, does not take away from the fact that knowledge...(Read more)

22 June 2020

Speak Like A Professional

Market professionals have their own terminology or widely accepted nicknames for the currency pairs that they trade. As these traders will invariably be referring to each different pair numerous times a day, these abbreviated terms have come to be understood and accepted as the common parlance in the financial markets. Some of these terms have an obvious origin but others are more obscure or based on a historical fa...(Read more)

1 June 2020

Things You Should Know about Trading Signals

What Are Trading Signals? Trading signals are indicators of the possible future movement of an instrument. These signals are derived from either technical or fundamental analysis. Some traders prefer to use signals created by both of these forms of analysis whilst others will rely wholly on one form. It is a subject of debate whether certain forms of technical analysis are more reliable in some markets than others. T...(Read more)

1 June 2020

Different Ways to Trade Gold

The History of Gold Trading Gold has been irrevocably linked with investment since before it was first used as a currency in 560 BC. In fact, up until the depression of the 1930's a system which valued a country's currency directly against gold was used. This was called the Gold Standard. The system was abandoned due to the need for more flexibility in the monetary system but the USD only completely severed the link ...(Read more)

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