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

  • Abdul Nagy from India writes about Fondex:

    It is hard to search for the right broker if you happen to get used and like ctrader trading platform. The vast majority of brokers kind of discriminate this platform and it is extremely sad. However, Fondex was tailored for ctrader enjoyers as the s...

  • Thiago Queiroz from Kuwait writes about RoboForex:


    They widen spread and suddenly increase the ASK / BID price in 1.5 seconds just to close my orders and as justification, they say that was because was during NZD rollover time. Increase these values in more than 100 p...

  • Vincent Taylor from Australia writes about AAFX Trading:

    I just started to modify my trading strategies and decided to try using leverage. Surely, it was next to impossible to say which proportion will be the most suitable for my trading, so, I was looking for something that would give me the biggest oppor...

  • Joel Soares from Portugal writes about ForexTB:

    I had two reasons to join this broker. First, it’s regulated. It means that it doesn’t have to do with any fraudulent activity. This fact already gives peace of mind, so I don’t need to worry about losing money for non-trading reasons.

    Secondly, I’...

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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.