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Forex trading may make you rich if you are a hedge fund with deep pockets or an unusually skilled currency trader. But for the average retail trader, rather than being an easy road to riches, forex trading can be a rocky highway to enormous losses and potential penury.

Trade & Build Strategy

  • Step 1: Time Frame. 

  • Step 2: Find indicators that help identify a new trend. 

  • Step 3: Find indicators that help CONFIRM the trend. 

  • Step 4: Define Your Risk. 

  • Step 5: Define Entries & Exits.

Learn Online

E-learning through the female trader group will help you and assist you online while working from any area. TRADE from any device. Financial and Investment Services

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Professor & Students

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Stock Market Data

Certified Professional Traders

Over 100's Satisfied Clients

Financial Advisor

Easy & Simple Trading Tools

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A RANGE OF OPPORTUNITIES TO SUIT EVERY CLIENT

what is forex?

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Stock trading and foreign exchange, or “forex” trading, are similar in that they depend on taking advantage of constantly changing prices – but that’s where the similarities largely end. Understanding the differences between forex and stock trading can help you to decide whether one type of trading may be more suitable to your goals and style as a trader than the other. In this article, we’ll cover the basics of forex trading and detail the many ways in which it differs from equities trading.

Stock Trading and Forex Trading

Stock trading involves buying and selling shares of individual companies, whereas forex trading involves exchanging – buying and selling simultaneously – cash minted by two different countries. This means that the mechanisms underlying these two forms of trading are very different and can be advantageous under different situations. Stock trading is best when markets are rising, since low liquidity makes it difficult to short sell in falling markets. Forex trading, on the other hand, can be lucrative in any scenario since every trade involves both buying and selling and liquidity is high.