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 $5.1 trillion (as of April 2016). 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. Everyone can participate in foreign exchange trading via the Forex brokers.

You can start learning to trade by going through our free Forex course. You can also join a friendly community of traders at the Forex forum.

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  • Danu from Indonesia writes about ForexMart:

    Do not immediately register without reading read the terms and conditions. those who say this broker is scam are people who do not have money and just want bonus and when it started not read the terms and conditions first. if you are to lazy to read,...

  • Mikolaj from Poland writes about SuperForex:

    I trade with this broker 9 months because of their low spreads, fast execution and other good trading conditions. I have not tried any other one before to compare or judge Superforex well, but I would like to tell that they deserve my respect, I have...

  • Richard from South Africa writes about AvaTrade:

    I got a bonus from their ----- campaign and it definitely paid off! I started with $150 deposit and I surpassed the $1,000 not too long after. Emma, my account manager, is really great! She really knows her stuff, and helped me and guided me all alon...

  • Jerome from France writes about GAINSY:

    Recently I began trading on this platform, just two months. I was attracted by trading conditions and I decided to try starting from $ 500. Please note that the currency is not much, but there are most popular, which is in principle sufficient. In ge...

Forex Blog

Sold to Another Broker?

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 18:49

So many customer base transfers happened in the USA during the last few years — either through the normal merger & acquisition process or due to the exit sale. There should be quite a lot of Forex traders who have felt on their own account what is it like to be transferred...

EUR/USD Moves to Upside After Unimpressive US Data

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 16:50

EUR/USD rallied today, boosted by poor economic data released from the United States during the trading session. Pending home sales fell unexpectedly, and core durable goods orders dropped as well (even though the headline figure actually increased). Meanwhile, concerns caused by the French presidential elections eased as polls showed...

Forex Brokers Update — February 26th, 2017

Sun, 26 Feb 2017 19:07

One new company has been added to the list of brokers on during the week that ends today: CMS Trader — a suspiciously looking unregulated Forex broker with $500 minimum account size and 1:400 maximum leverage. The only trading platform it offers is Sirix Station. The changes to the listed...

Forex News

Euro Climbs as Polls Show Lead of Macron Over Le Pen in French Elections

Euro Climbs as Polls Show Lead of Macron Over Le Pen in French Elections

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 21:20

The euro climbed today after concerns about the outcome of the French presidential elections eased while economic data released from Europe during the trading session was decent enough to avoid hurting the currency.

Japanese Yen Edges Lower Against US Dollar Ahead of Retail Sales Data

Japanese Yen Edges Lower Against US Dollar Ahead of Retail Sales Data

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 19:12

The Japanese yen edged lower against the US dollar on Monday, after moving in and out of the negative territory multiple times today. Traders are keeping a close eye on two economic releases in Japan that are due to be released today, which could lend the yen more support.

Canadian Dollar Fluctuates on Weak Demand Ahead of BoC Decision, Despite Higher Oil Prices

Canadian Dollar Fluctuates on Weak Demand Ahead of BoC Decision, Despite Higher Oil Prices

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 17:48

The Canadian dollar failed to move higher against its major peers on Monday, even as higher oil prices initially supported the currency. Demand for the loonie was weak today as traders held their positions ahead of an interest rate decision that the Bank of Canada will announce in two days.

Commodity Blog

Clashing Fundamentals Result in Sideways Trading for Crude Oil

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 22:47

Futures for crude oil were almost flat today as clashing fundamentals did not give incentive for prices to go one way or the other. On one hand,...

Gold Hovers Around 3-1/2 Month High Ahead of Donald Trump Speech

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 18:05

Gold futures are hovering around their highest levels since November 10 as markets brace for US President Donald Trump's speech to Congress...

Commodities Technical Analysis, February 27th — March 3rd

Sun, 26 Feb 2017 9:34

The technical analysis, that includes the indicators’ data and major pivot points for WTI Oil, Gold, Silver and Copper as traded on spot market as of February 26th, 2017:...

Forex Video Zone

Oil Prices Gain Momentum

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 14:42

Oil prices attempted to touch the daily high as investors hope that the OPEC agreement on the output curb will bring positive results. Thus, Brent Crude Oil has appreciated to $56.80 per barrel when the price retreated to the level of $56.43 per barrel. Remarkably, oil prices have managed to gain ground despite Baker Hughes' report on the oil rig count revealed on Friday. According to the report, the number of active...

USD/JPY Remains Capped by a Declining Trend Line — Forecast — February 27th 2017

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 14:35

In this video, the Trading Central looks at the currency pair USD/JPY for the February 27th session. USD/JPY — Looking at the intraday 30-min chart, the pair indeed remains under bearish pressure. We also see a bearish flag pattern on this chart. The pair remains capped by a declining trendline in place, since last Wednesday. We also notice that the intraday RSI indicator is also capped by a declining trendline. Further weakness...

Struggle Between USD and CAD

Mon, 27 Feb 2017 14:21

On Friday, Canada revealed some macroeconomic data that supported the loonie. Canada's Core Consumer Price Index excluding food and energy prices showed an increase for the first time in two months. Prices edged up by 0.5%. In December, Core Consumer prices dropped by 0.3%. In annual terms, the core inflation accelerated to 1.7% from 1.6% in December. In January, the Consumer Price Index had the biggest advance in recent years. The CPI jumped by 0.9%....