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Service Trading for beginners

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Our Trading for Beginners section gives you all the information you need to start trading forex and CFDs with confidence. This should be your first stop to find out about currency pairs, how the forex market works, market analysis and CFD instruments.

How to read a forex chart?

 

Learn about the different types of price charts – line, bar and candlesticks charts to better understand the information represented in this form. Assess market conditions such as buying/selling pressure, highs and lows of the price during the given time frame directly by analysing the graphs. Get to know important graphical analysis patterns and their meaning to become a better trader.


How to trade stocks?

 

he rise in popularity of online CFD trading has made it simpler and more convenient to trade the rise and fall of major global companies, such as Apple, Google and Alibaba. In this section you can read an overview of how CFD share trading works and learn more about the factors to consider when trading stocks.


Technical analysis

 

Technical analysis is an important factor in making smart trading decisions, whether youre trading forex, commodities, stocks or indices. Find out more about the tools and techniques you need to understand and analyse live charts so that you stand the best possible chance of succeeding in the markets.


What are CFDs?

 

Contracts for Difference – more commonly known as CFDs – are an important financial instrument that allows traders to speculate on the rising and falling value of currencies, indices, commodities and stocks without owning the underlying asset. Here you can find out more about the various features of CFDs and how they work.


What is Short Selling?

 

Short Selling refers to a process of borrowing an asset from your broker and selling it during bearish market conditions, then buying it back at trend reversal and returning back to the broker, while pocketing the price difference as profits. Click the link for further information and a trade example.


What is Leverage Trading?

 

Leverage trading, also known as margin trading, describes the process that allows the trader to open positions investing only a fraction of the position price, while borrowing funds from the broker to cover the rest. Leverage is expressed as a ratio between total position worth and trader's investment (i.e. 400:1) while margin appears as a percentage if the entire position worth that the trader invests (0.5% for the same case). Leverage trading can boost trader's profits, but simultaneously increases the associated risks.


Trading styles

     

Are you a day trader, a swing trader or a scalper? Explore your trading style. In this section we take a look at the various trading styles that are adopted by traders in today's markets. Discover which is best suited to you, your risk tolerance and your knowledge of the trading market.

What is a trading plan?

 

As not every trader is the same and there is no perfect trading plan, there are universal rules and elements to consider when you are building your specific trading plan to suite your trading style. Want to know what should be included in your trading plan?


Money Management

 

Knowing how to manage your money especially on the forex markets is, possibly, the very first discipline to learn before entering the markets. Here you can find valuable information on the basic terms and illustration of how to best manage your capital.


What is the Stock Market?

 

What's a stock exchange? What are the primary and secondary markets? How shares are issued, bought and sold? Want to learn about the medium where shares are traded? Here you'll find information on stock market structure, main regional stock exchanges, different life cycles of issued shares, and the ways one can profit from them.

 

Keep on learning

 

Get deeper into trading concepts and analysis as well as using our trading platforms with our collection of free forex tutorial videos.

 

Sign up for a demo account and put your learning into action by trading risk-free!

Trading CFDs entail risk and could result in the loss of your capital, not suitable for all investors