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  1. Starting a forex trading business is a relatively simple undertaking. All you need is a reliable forex broker, a feature-rich trading platform, and a small amount of capital to buy and sell currency pairs. However, there are certain pitfalls, risks, and factors that you need to be aware of to trade effectively and turn a profit. The Forex market is inherently different from the stock market. More than $5tn is traded every day, mostly by ‘institutional’ traders connected to large institutions and companies. These trades account for 94.5% of activity on the forex market. When starting a business, you will work as a retail trader and make use of leverage offered by brokers to support your entries into and exits from the market. Learn the basics You can trade without prior knowledge of forex, but it is not recommended as you will run up significant losses very quickly. Opening a demo account is arguably the best way to get to grips with the different aspects of Forex trading as you will be able to experiment freely and adopt new strategies without the fear of financial setbacks. You can also watch video tutorials, attend webinars, and read relevant blogs and articles for both basic and advanced insights. Another key skill for forex trading is technical analysis. Mastering the art of reading charts and indicators such as Bollinger Bands, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) and the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) will enable you to identify movements and trends that can be used to make profitable moves. Select a reliable broker Forex brokerages effectively act as a middleman between you and the forex market, so it is vital that you choose a broker that is not only reliable and regulated but also well suited to helping you achieve your financial goals. Legitimate traders will provide you with a trading platform that is secure, has access to major pairs, and offers additional tools and charts to support your decision-making. Be aware that there are scam brokers that will attempt to dupe unsuspecting victims with a range of fraudulent practices such as Ponzi schemes and signal seller scams. Malicious third parties may also attempt to present themselves as reputable outlets and promise large profits, when in fact they are fake or illegitimate. You can find authentic brokers by reading reviews and investigating them beforehand. Organize your trading capital Trading foreign currencies have a lower point of entry compared to stock as investors can set up an account with as little as $10 or $20. Brokers also offer something called to leverage that allows you to trade more than you have in your account. Leverage of 50:1, for example, would give you access to $100,000 if you deposited $2,000 into a margin account. While leverage is beneficial for beginners as it increases their trading position beyond an opening cash balance, it can amplify losses and lead to financial woes if not used correctly. If you manage leverage carefully though, you can mitigate many of the downsides and use it to your advantage. Practice, practice, practice As noted earlier, opening a demo account will give you free rein to practice your trades so that you have a better understanding of when to buy and sell at the right time. This is also a perfect opportunity to try out new strategies and tactics. You should keep practicing for a few weeks at least or until you feel comfortable making the step up to real money. Trade For Real Money Trading real money on forex will expose you to certain pitfalls that you may not have experienced during your practice trade. It is important to remember that forex is not a shortcut to instant wealth. You will need to slowly nurture and develop your account, especially during the formative weeks and months, to make sustainable profits. However, don’t be deterred by a losing streak either. It is statistically normal for even the most successful traders to run into a barren period when losses mount up. These downturns should not be a signal for you to close your account as you should eventually be able to bounce back if you keep making the right moves. Finally, just because you have started a forex business does not mean that you have to be trading 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The forex market is ‘always on’ due to the time zones for each region, but try to work for a set seven or eight-hour period that fits into your daily schedule at first and then go from there. Remember, the smartest move sometimes is to sit back and not enter the market. Taking this advice on board will give you the best chance of setting up a business that can support profitable day trading on the forex market.
  2. The wide world of trading has helped many people buck the trend of their 9-5 job, or at least helped them discover new ways to earn money. Finding a new source of income is important for building an independent life that can help you retire early, send your kids to college, live comfortably, or just give you some peace of mind in the bank. Forex trading is one of these potential income sources that may interest you if you are looking for ways to earn more money and learn new skills. First things first though are that you need a refresher on some of the terms and phrases that you need to know before you even commit to a real trade scenario. Just like riding a bike, you want to know what it is you are doing before going for a ride, and Forex trading can be intimidating to those that do not know much about it. Check out these must-know terms to help you get started on your Forex trading journey. 1. Currency Pair Trading currency means exchanging it on the global market. This global market is full of different types of currency, so currency pairing is the simple term to describe this exchange. USD (U.S. Dollar)/EUR (Euro) is a common example of a currency pair, so is something like GBP (Great British Pound)/CAD (Canadian Dollar). Currency pairing is also useful for traders as it allows for analysis for market research. Using currency pairs of common currencies, called major pairs, are the most traded, then you have things like cross pairs which are not major pair currencies, then exotics, for lesser currencies. As you can see, this is one of the more easy terms to understand as it relates to the actual currency you are trading within a broad sense. 2. Pip Pip, or percentage in point, is the 4th decimal point of a currencies value. So if you looked at a currency that was traded at 0.7842, the 2 is considered the pip. This value will fluctuate as markets naturally change short and long term, but the pip helps determine the value of trade when converting one currency to the aforementioned currency. Pips are a small but useful term to know, and once you get trading regularly you will be able to identify them easily to help you maximize your potential. 3. Stop-Loss Stop-loss is a term that relates to specific trading orders. The stop-loss is the action of setting a signified price to sell in order to prevent any loss. The stop obviously indicates the point at which you will hold until then sell, and loss speaks for itself in limiting any damage. This is one of the best Forex signals to receive, it helps limit any further loss, or keeps you from losing gains on a trade in the first place. Stop-loss is an important thing to know for beginner traders to help them make logical, not emotional trades. 4. Bullish/Bearish This term applies to financial markets as a whole, and you have likely heard them thrown around numerous times. Bullish, or bull market, is a euphemism to indicate that the markets are doing well and that there is expected growth to continue. Bearish and bear markets indicate a slowing down and decline of expected growth. The bull is meant to be a forward-moving, aggressive animal, while the bear in this context is an animal that spends a lot of its time sleeping, hibernating. These are useful terms to know what to expect out of trades regarding the general market movement. 5. Bid and Ask Price The bid and ask price are two terms that you are going to want to know when it comes to trading. These terms are associated with the price of a trade. The bid price is what a trader sets as the amount they will trade a currency pair for, while the asking price is what a trader will buy a pair for. What is known as the spread is the difference between those prices. Bid and ask price are key terms in understanding how Forex trading works and it is good to familiarize yourself with it quickly. 6. Trading Platform How do you actually start Forex trading? Well, you need a trading platform to do so. Much like using software to do your taxes, you need something to trade on. These platforms contain all of the information you need to understand what is happening in the market. Charts, live updates, tickers, as well as connection to your account. These platforms, often provided when you sign up with a regulated Forex broker, come in many forms. They range in fees, functionality, and efficiency as one would expect. Advance tip: if you are a complete beginner then try to use the demo trading account first and later on when you'll think that you're ready switch to the live account. 7. Futures This term is thrown around a lot when people talk about markets for Forex and stock alike. Forex futures are the date in which a deal is set, a contract for a specific time. The contracts are traded at set values and are intended to be finalized before that expiry date. Some people intentionally buy futures contracts with the sole purpose of selling them well before the expiry date because it is hard to know how the values will fluctuate. These speculators sell and attempt to profit before the end of these contracts are realized, or do so to prevent losses. Forex trading is a really interesting way that people have used as an alternate source of income, and in many cases, a replacement for their current employment. While Forex trading is not easy, and it is not for everyone, it can be something fun to get involved in when you do your research and treat it as a serious business, because it is. Before you start making any trades and using any of your money you want to learn as much as you can, and these are some common terms in Forex trading that any trader should know.
  3. Researchers have thoroughly analyzed the myriads of trading platforms. The ones on our list are picked for their overall quality, which is a level above what you’d find with the competition. Before we dive into detailed examinations, I want to explain my selection criteria. This section will help you choose the best Forex trading platform for yourself. Reliability Foreign currency trading is fast-paced, so you need a reliable platform. You don’t want it crashing or freezing when you’re about to make a move. This is especially important for those who wish to make frequent high-risk trades. Ease of Use It’s always great to have plenty of features at your disposal, but that shouldn’t come at the cost of efficiency. Making or losing trades should be as simple as possible because that’s the primary role of the Forex trading platform. Furthermore, no one enjoys being confused, so the best interfaces have additional tools and charting options clearly displayed. I suggest looking for very customizable platforms. Setting it up just the way you want will help you feel at ease and in control. Fees Every platform has costs and charges that you have to take into consideration before committing. Analysis Tools and Charting Trading FX takes a lot of practice, and even the best Forex brokers, dealers, and traders need to conduct a thorough analysis of their work on a regular basis and, if needed, adjust their strategy. Good analysis tools are vital for this aspect of Forex trading. Some of these include moving averages, trend indicators, indicators of volume, and many other useful instruments. Charting capabilities are closely related to analysis tools since many traders prefer to have their research results displayed visually. With certain platforms, you’re allowed to create customized charts, as well as add drawings and labels. The very best trading platforms even enable you to place trades directly from the chart within the platform. Automation Automated trading features enable traders to set up triggers that buy or sell currencies when the appropriate conditions are met. These are quite handy because they allow you to maintain a presence on the FX market even when you aren’t in a position to do so in person. The orders you configure can be market, stop, stop-limit, trailing stop, trailing stop-limit, market-if-touched, and limit-if touched. As you can see from any trading platform comparison, all the vendors differ when it comes to the number of automation options. New traders should avoid overreliance on software to perform trades for them. As convenient as automated trading systems are, these can’t measure up to the expertise of professionals. Although automation eliminates human error that usually stems from emotional decision-making, other glitches like internet or hardware malfunctions can still occur. Testing Some Forex platforms such as FP Markets have a backtesting feature. You can use it to try out trading strategies you’ve developed by applying them to past market conditions. Once you’ve done that, you can identify defects in your strategies and optimize them accordingly. However, a backtested strategy isn’t foolproof, as backtesting is based on the hypothesis that a successful tactic from previous situations will work in the future. cheers!
  4. We have all had to re-invent our approach to business in the wake of the crisis created by the Covid-19 pandemic. But we have learned during the pandemic that crisis is not all-together bad. Crisis helps us think deeper, stretch our imagination, restructure our organizations, and discern the real needs of our business. But how do we, as business owners, crisis-proof our business? We may not be able to stop the crisis from coming, but our business can cope with it better when that crisis does arrive. Risk and crisis management are consistent features of Forex and currency trading. Here are a few areas where small business owners can draw significant wisdom from the art of currency trading. Avoid false advertising Many small businesses constantly grapple with the crisis of customer defection or a consistent inability to attract and keep new customers. The problem is often with their marketing strategy. A leisurely scroll through your timeline on social media will expose you to a myriad of ads from small and medium-sized businesses all vying for your attention. In many of these ads, you will find one nasty feature; false advertising. While these ads promise astonishing freebies or cut-price deals, the reality behind often reveals something totally different. I once received mail from an advertising business I had almost patronized. It read, "I noticed you stopped short of making the purchase. Hey, I know the ad was a bit deceptive but..." Needless to say, that put me off from the business. One key feature of Forex trading is the risk factor especially when you aren't using accurate trading signal.. It is one of the most glaring features of the market, so glaring that Donald Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis caused quite a stir. Every serious-minded Forex trader, trainer, or broker reveals the nature of risk involved in trading while advertising their services or teaching their courses. My early foray into Forex trading brought me in contact with FxBro, a sibling run Forex trading community where they were so vocal about the risks of trading Forex that it almost seemed like it was their marketing strategy. However, I noticed I was drawn to Maksim and Nina Konstantinov's strategy (Fx Bro Co-founders) because their clear warnings made me appreciate even further their offer of guidance. While taking advantage of PPC campaigns and ad marketing that social media provides, you must realize that building a loyal following does not involve sacrificing the truth on the altar of appeal. It is pertinent that you market nothing beyond what you can offer, and though you must engage your creativity in marketing, you must also draw the line just before creativity begins to drift into dishonesty. In co-founder of Fxbro Maksim Konstantinov's words, "When we fall downstream, we always say it loud and explain to our customers that even after the 15 years experience I have garnered trading Forex, we can still make losses and so would they". Konstantinov finds that having begun from scratch himself and experiencing all the downturns, it is great to always be clear about the risks while advertising. This is the attitude that marketers should have across the board and is one of the most powerful ways to avert the crisis of customer defection. Spin the wheel, don't reinvent it Two years ago, I served on the panel for a grant-issuing body for upcoming African entrepreneurs. As I sat on that panel, I discovered that almost 90% of those who were unsuccessful were failing because they were trying hard to reinvent the wheel. They were trying to run a business that was novel in every single aspect. Their crisis was a "lack-of capital," and it was self-engineered. Granted, innovation and invention are generally good for business, but they are not always necessary, especially when there already exists verified working systems that are yielding massive results in your industry. Forex trading platforms realize that many people are not going to sit down to study the technicalities of the market, so to enable the largest number of people to invest, they have to integrate a "Mirror Trading System." Alex Campbell, Chief Executive Officer of Vast Triumph, in explaining their "mirror trading" and AI strategies that have been used to great effect, explained it as "a system that minimizes the need for vast knowledge and experience of the market. Mirror trading pairs investors and new traders with our top-earning traders, yielding results for investors without the exertion of personal trading." No system guarantees success, but if you can find working, proven systems for your business to adopt, I often advocate the "Ctrl C, Ctrl V" approach. There is no shame in copying working systems. Given the same circumstances, there is no reason they won't work for you. Upcoming entrepreneurs can stand out with their company culture, values, and mission, but when it comes to business strategy, learn what works and spin the wheel. When you insist on constantly treading uncharted waters you are easily prone to unforeseen errors. Protect today with yesterday My first attempt at trading the Forex market saw me obliterate a $300 account in one day. It hurt, and I learned. Crises are unavoidable in business, but if you are keen on documenting your experiences and adjusting your business to become resistant to that same crisis, you'll win in the long term. The human body becomes more and more immune to the diseases it has survived before, Hurricane-prone areas of the state begin to re-imagine its infrastructure to withstand such a harsh climate. Likewise, in Forex, every successful firm or trader has a "trading journal," where they document all their moves in the market to further understand how it moves and reacts. For small business owners, it is necessary to know that to become crisis-proof, you may have to cherish and document all wrong business steps as well as the right ones. Not moaning over losses and failures is the best way to understand business and, more specifically, your industry. Nothing you read in books will prepare you for the business experience you gain firsthand, so write your own books by keeping records, and make sure your business evolves with this knowledge. Balanced risk-reward ratio The question I get asked often from young entrepreneurs is "How do I maximize profit?" This question is vital but becomes a bit worrying when I see these businesses trying a little too hard to make money from every margin in their business. Often, profit maximization can become the direct opposite of customer satisfaction. Small businesses must be satisfied with bearing a lot of risks. To do this, you would have to find a balance between profit and risk. This place of balance is a place where you do not overextend yourself as a business, yet offer the customers enough satisfaction to warrant their continued investment. In currency trading, trade is considered bad when the risk far outweighs the profit potential, and trade is safe to engage in when the risk-reward ratio is at least balanced. This is an invaluable tool for all successful currency traders and firms: risk management. To prevent a crisis, you need to become analytical, patient, alert, balanced, truthful, and customer-centered. This makes it far easier to evolve positively as a business and grow a thicker skin in the wake of a crisis.
  5. Hey, Have you heard about the last 3 weeks dollar condition? Now I'll be discussing few facts about the dollar market. The dollar held above a three-week low on thursday as investors remained cautious amid uncertainty over progress in US-China trade negotiations, while sterling strong on the speculation that Brexit opportunities without a contract shrank. Monthly gauge of manufacturing plant activity in China and Japan came in much weaker than expected on thursday, giving new proof that the seven-month US-Sino trade dispute is taking its toll on economic process worldwide. The dollar mostly held gains recorded throughout the previous session when U.S. Trade Representative Henry M. Robert Lighthizer said at a general assembly hearing that it had been too early to predict ends up in US-China trade negotiations. The dollar additionally found support for increasing tensions between Pakistan and india, causing investors out of risky markets and coming into safer assets. "Investors could placed on safe trade, that may be a long dollar. On the one hand, that's not terribly fascinating however on the opposite hand, investors have to turn out results," same bart Wakabayashi, manager of the Yeddo branch at State Street (NYSE): STT) Bank . "That may not do the way they need it," he same. "We could have seen some interest in rising markets by selection (to get results)." So,was the information helpful? Now I’d prefer to it hear from you…
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