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

  • Nomad Irish from Belfast, NIR writes about Capital Street FX:

    The main advantage for me is that this broker has been in the market for more than 10 years and initially this fact attaracted me to open an account with them. Also, they provide a demo account free of cost which can help you to be familiar with thei...

  • Ercel from Poland writes about Esperio:

    I could earn a decent amount of money, not pennies finally!!!! It took me a long time to get there. I learned to read all these charts, follow the news, watch reviews, etc. And now, after five months, I got the result. Today I opened three deals on d...

  • Jaime Carmona from Spain writes about FxPro:

    I’m currently learning to trade differently and this broker came in handy. It offers 1:200 leverage for currencies. Earlier I traded with high leverages and it wasn’t for good for me in most cases. I decided to shift to a moderate leverage size. I’m ...

  • Tai Jivacate from Thailand writes about Olymp Trade:

    I began to trade with Olymp Trade couple months ago. Conditions are fine and range of trading products is significant. Now trying to master the branded platfrom which is good, but kind of unfamiliar.

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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.