Forex Trading Information

Forex — the foreign exchange (currency or FOREX, or FX) market is the biggest and the most liquid financial market in the world. It boasts a daily volume of more than $6.6 trillion. Trading in this market involves buying and selling world currencies, taking profit from the exchange rates difference. FX trading can yield high profits but is also a very risky endeavor.

Getting into Forex trading is easy:

1. Start with our free Forex course.
2. Open an account with a broker.
3. Learn from other traders at the forum.

Latest in Forex

  • Qiao Chun from Singapore writes about Olymp Trade:

    This broker, namely, FTT is very interesting to me. I want to create an effective trading system built around a flock of fixed-time trades with different expiration period but working synchronically.

  • Emma Gear from Manchester writes about CedarFX:

    Been using them a while now, first found out about them on one of the forex forums. I prefer to use the eco account as I like that it makes contributions to eco projects as I haven’t seen another broker that does that. They also have a zero commissio...

  • Fikri bin Faatih from Malaysia writes about ActivTrades:

    Conditions are quite good and the regulation is also on the level. Seems to be a reliable broker.

  • France Borko from Croatia writes about HYCM:

    Let me tell you right away, I really like my broker HYCM. It is because this company offers only high quality services to its customers:

    - Excellent trading platform

    - Balanced trading conditions and several account options

    - Convenient ways to de...

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Forex trading bears intrinsic risks of loss. You must understand that Forex trading, while potentially profitable, can make you lose your money. Never trade with the money that you cannot afford to lose! Trading with leverage can wipe your account even faster.

CFDs are leveraged products and as such loses may be more than the initial invested capital. Trading in CFDs carry a high level of risk thus may not be appropriate for all investors.