Learn to Trade Forex

In our learn to trade section you will find easy-to-understand information on how trading works, fundamental and technical analysis, simple explanations on technical indicators and key components you will need to get started.

Our What is Forex section will give you insight into the global FX market, some of the advantages, risks and which currencies are traded. Here you will also find details on How Forex Works along with key terms to help you become fluent in trading terminology.

The Fundamental and Technical Analysis sections discuss the concepts of trading using various news elements and an introduction to the different chart types and understanding trends. We continue with our section on What is a Technical Indicator whereby we discuss and explain the four main types of technical indicators used by traders.

How does Forex Work?

Forex trading is the simultaneous buying of one currency and selling of another…

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Basic Terminology

Before trading currencies, an investor has to understand the basic terminology of the forex market…

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Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis is the study of the overall economic, financial, political…

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Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis

Technical analysis is the study of prices over time, with charts being the primary tool…

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Trend Lines

Trend Lines

The term ‘trend’ describes the current direction of the financial instrument…

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What is a Technical Indicator

What is a Technical Indicator

Technical Indicators are a result of mathematical calculations/algorithms…

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Gold Trading

Gold Trading

As an investment, gold is the most popular of the precious metals…

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Order Types

Order Types

A market order is an order to open a buy or sell position at…

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We complete our education centre with a breakdown of Gold Trading and details of the different Order Types.

You can also review our glossary to find brief definitions of various trading and financial terms you may encounter.

Once you have familiarised yourself with the information and concepts, you can open a Demo Trading Account to practice what you have learnt and build on your knowledge and understanding of how to trade successfully. Treat your demo account as you would your real account.



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  1. What is Forex?

    Think the stock market is huge? Think again. Learn about the LARGEST financial market in the world and how to trade in it.

    1. What Is Forex?

      Learn about this massively huge financial market where fiat currencies are traded.

    2. What Is Traded In Forex?

      Currencies are the name of the game. Yes, you can buy and sell currencies against each other as a short-term trade, long-term investment, or something in-between.

    3. Buying And Selling Currency Pairs

      The first thing that you need to know about forex trading is that currencies are traded in pairs; you can’t buy or sell a currency without another.

    4. Forex Market Size And Liquidity

      The Forex market is yuuuuuuuggggeeee! And that comes with a lot of benefits for currency traders!

    5. The Different Ways To Trade Forex

      Some of the more popular ways that traders participate in the forex market is through the spot market, futures, options, and exchange-traded funds.

  2. Why Trade Forex?

    Want to know some reasons why traders love the forex market? Read on to find out what makes it so attractive!

    1. Why Trade Forex: Advantages Of Forex Trading

      Low transaction costs and high liquidity are just a couple of the advantages of the forex market.

    2. Why Trade Forex: Forex vs. Stocks

      Nobody likes bullies! Good thing for us, unlike the stock market, there is no one financial institute large enough to corner the forex market!

    3. Why Trade Forex: Forex vs. Futures

      The futures market trades a puny $30 billion per day. Thirty billion? Peanuts compared to the FIVE TRILLION that is traded daily in the forex market!

  3. Who Trades Forex?

    From money exchangers, to banks, to hedge fund managers, to local Joes like your Uncle Pete – everybody participates in the forex market!

    1. Forex Market Structure

      Because there is no centralized market, tight competition between banks normally leads to having the best prices! Boo yeah!

    2. Forex Market Players

      The forex market is basically comprised of four different groups.

    3. Know Your Forex History!

      If it wasn’t for the Bretton Woods System (and the great Al Gore), there would be no retail forex trading! Time to brush up on your history!

  4. When Can You Trade Forex?

    Now that you know who participates in the forex market, it’s time to learn when you can trade!

    1. Forex Trading Sessions

      Just because the forex market is open 24 hours a day doesn’t mean it’s always active! See how the forex market is broken up into four major trading sessions and which ones provides the most opportunities.

    2. When Can You Trade Forex: Tokyo Session

      Godzilla, Nintendo, and sushi! What’s not to like about Tokyo?!? The Tokyo session is sometimes referred to as the Asian session, which is also the session where we start fresh every day!

    3. When Can You Trade Forex: London Session

      Not only is London the home of Big Ben, David Beckham, and the Queen, but it’s also considered the forex capital of the world–raking in about 30% of all forex transactions every day!

    4. When Can You Trade Forex: New York Session

      New York baby! The concrete jungle where forex dreams are made of! Just like Asia and Europe, the U.S. is considered one of the top financial centers in the world, so it definitely sees its fair share of action–and then some!

    5. Best Times of Day to Trade Forex

      Trading is all about volatility and liquidity. Which times of day provide the most dynamic market action and volumes?

    6. Best Days of the Week to Trade Forex

      Each trader should know when to trade and when NOT to trade. Read on to find out the best and worst times to trade.

  5. How Do You Trade Forex?

    Now, it’s time to learn HOW to rake in the moolah!

    1. How to Make Money Trading Forex

      Just like any other market: buy low and sell high…and vice versa. Simple, right!?

    2. Know When to Buy or Sell a Currency Pair

      Let’s start with the very basics. First, what drives the value of a currency?

    3. What is a Pip in Forex?

      You’ve probably heard of the terms “pips,” “pipettes,” and “lots” thrown around, and here we’re going to explain what they are and show you how their values are calculated.

    4. What is a Lot in Forex?

      How many units of currency can we trade? What size positions can we trade and what are they called?

    5. Impress Your Date with Forex Lingo

      Wanna impress your crush? Here are some forex terms to help you wow that special someone!

    6. Types of Forex Orders

      “Would you like pips with that?” Okay, not that type of order, but buying and selling currencies can be just as simple with a little practice.

    7. Demo Trade Your Way to Success

      Currency market behavior is constantly evolving. Trade on demo first to get a lot of the rookie mistakes out of the way before risking live capital. There are no take-backs in the real market.

    8. Forex Trading is NOT a Get-Rich-Quick Scheme

      While possible if you’re a trading genius with ice in your veins and you’re luckier than a lottery winner, building wealth through trading takes time and practice to build the skills and experience needed to be successful.





Topics Which Every Trader Must Master.

Or at least know your Chart Patterns

Support and Resistance v.1

Support and Resistance v.2

Elliot Waves Theory

Elliott Waves 101

Harmonic Patterns

Chart Patterns

How to Trade Market Structure


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