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What is Forex ?
FX trading allows you to speculate on the changes in currency strengths over time, trading currencies and buying or selling one against the other. Forex traders seek to profit from fluctuations in the exchange rates between currencies, speculating on whether one currency’s value, like the pound sterling, will go up or down in relation to another, such as the US dollar.
With over 5 trillion dollars’ worth of currencies traded globally every day, the foreign exchange market is the most traded in the world, making it a highly liquid and dynamic market. This high market liquidity means that prices can change rapidly in response to news and short-term events, creating multiple trading opportunities for retail FX traders.
DISCLAIMER: Forex, futures, stocks and options trading involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for every investor. The valuation of forex, stocks and options may fluctuate, and, as a result, clients may lose more than their original investment. Please as always use proper risk management, we are not responsible for any loses made during your affiliation with our company. Please trade responsibly and patiently.
How FXK Approaches The Market Forex
Technical analysis is the framework in which Forex traders study price movement. The theory is that a person can look at historical price movements and determine the current trading conditions and potential price movement. You can look at past data to help you spot trends and patterns which could help you find some great trading . In finance, technical analysis is a security analysis methodology for forecasting the direction of prices through the study of past market data, primarily price and volume. Price action is the movement of a security’s price. This action is encompassed in technical and chart pattern analysis, which attempts to find order in the sometimes seemingly random movement of price. Swings (high and low), tests of resistance and consolidation are some examples of price action. We offer services ranging from Trading Software to Signals to chart Setups some these services are a recurring monthly charge as well as training’s and Mentoring Education Course.
Our Main Currency Pairs
AUD/USD * Australian dollar vs. the U.S. dollar… GBP/USD * British pound vs. the U.S. dollar…
NZD/USD * New Zealand dollar vs. the U.S. dollar… USD/JPY * U.S. dollar vs. the Japanese yen…
USD/CAD * U.S. dollar vs. the Canadian dollar… GBP/JPY * British pound vs. the Japanese yen…
EUR/USD * Euro vs. the U.S. dollar… GBP/AUD * British pound vs. the Australian dollar…
AUD/JPY – Australian dollar vs. the Japanese yen…
Risk Per Trade
Some other aspect of risk management is determined by how much trading capital you have available. Risk per trade should always be a small percentage of your total capital. A good starting percentage could be 2% of your available trading capital. So, for example, if you have $5000 in your account, the maximum loss allowable should be no more than 2%. With these parameters your maximum loss would be $100 per trade. A 2% loss per trade would mean you can be wrong 50 times in a row before you wipe out your account. This is an unlikely scenario if you have a proper system for stacking the odds in your favor.