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Posted by Formax Prime on 17 April 2018
For anybody that is new to forex trading, it can be difficult to know at first whether or not the forex broker you plan to use is credible. So to help you, we run through a few points to look out for below so that you can have the peace of mind you are trading with a legit broker…
Posted by Formax Prime on 5 April 2018
Do you know your ‘historical’ from your ‘implied’ volatility? Your ‘A-book’ from your ‘B-book’ broker? Here are some of the key trading terms that forex traders of all levels will need to be familiar with…
Posted by Formax Prime on 22 March 2018
In this article we provide you with an introduction to foreign exchange (forex) trading. We also take a more detailed look at how it works when you use a foreign exchange broker, along with the general concept of ‘leveraging’.
Posted by Formax Prime on 11 April 2018
As there is no central exchange for trading on the foreign exchange markets, most traders will use a forex broker. Aside from enabling you speculate on foreign exchange movements without taking delivery of hard currency, a broker can offer numerous other advantages. But just like any other financial service, the value that you receive depends on who you use. So we have put together a checklist of things to find out, to make sure your broker is suitable for your own trading goals and needs.
Posted by Formax Prime on 28 March 2018
Once you have established a specific trading opportunity you will need to make a decision on what sort of trading strategy you might employ to help you maximise your profits. Here, we introduce you to the four key types of trading strategy, along with some context around how forex traders might use each one.
Posted by Formax Prime on 15 March 2018
To make money, most traders rely on the movements between an asset or currency price. Thus, it stands to reason that volatility – the measurement of a change in a price – is core to being profitable.