Forex basics for new traders

December 10th, 2012

Before you begin trading with foreign exchange currencies, the most important thing you need to know is that there are large risks involved. You are highly likely to lose money, so you should never invest money in it that you need for other purposes. You will need to look upon it as a gamble. When […]

3 Tips On How To Get Along in the Forex Market

September 9th, 2013

Once you are inside the forex market, the first temptation you need to resist is your urge to immediately start entering the deals. If you feel that your fingertips are too itchy to handle, you have to do some self-intervention first. Familiarizing the whole foreign exchange market will definitely take you long time and it […]

Financial Trading: Binary Option

August 13th, 2013

Financial trading is all about bonds, stocks, shares, funds, currencies, commodities and equities that a person can sell, share and work with. Your financial investment can be doubled by trading bond, currencies and equities.

Trading with the lowest forex spread

July 5th, 2013

You can read it anywhere in the internet – forex brokers offering the lowest spread. If you are a new trader, you may ask yourself, is it good for me? Spread is the difference between price bid and asking price of the currency on trade. This spread is added to the cost of the trade […]

Fixed spreads vs. variable spreads

April 15th, 2013

Different forex articles and forums have already opened a debate in which broker’s spreads are advantageous to forex traders- fixed spreads or variable spreads. All of the forex traders are entitled with their own opinion, and this website will weight their different sides on the matter. Learn more here about fixed spreads and variable spreads. […]

Currency trading with low spread Forex brokers

February 5th, 2013

If there is a thing that you need to consider in your forex trading business then that should be the so-called “spread.” Spread is a term which talks about the difference between the ask price and the bid price. As you embark in the foreign exchange trading business, you will definitely notice that there will […]

Euro Waits on Spanish Bailout

October 14th, 2012

Euro Waits on Spanish Bailout     Uncertainty about the state of the Spanish economy is currently harming any potential strengthening of the Euro. Experts are still very unsure about if and when Madrid will finally give in and be forced to look for financial aid. The country is clearly reluctant to do so, but […]

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