The best way to avoid quick losses is via education. On top of educating yourself, ongoing research and analysis must be done before entering into trades. Trading requires preparation alongside the formation of a trading plan or strategy. Any trading plan should be tested over time, and you can do this by opening a Demo Account to test it in a safe environment.
It’s free, and you’ll learn to become a more accomplished trader while avoiding real losses.
New to trading
Whether its work, sport, or academia, preparation and planning are crucial to success. Forex trading is no different.
New traders are often under the impression that Forex or Contracts for Difference (CFD) trading is simple stuff and just a matter of picking a direction for the market (up or down) and then collecting the winnings.
Intermediate traders can start to get a better understanding of technical analysis with our daily market commentary reports, which cover the major Forex pairs, stock indices, bullion and oil, as well as encompassing a chart of the day.
Experienced traders will find these daily and weekly reports extremely useful. They may, however, also want to check out our special reports and analysis, which cover bigger macroeconomic themes like central bank activity, or geopolitical influences like Brexit or major elections.
Explore Educational Material
Let us show you how macroeconomic indicators form a
key element of fundamental analysis for traders by
providing insight into the state of a country s economy.
We ll explain the most important indicators by country.
Macroeconomic data can have a crucial impact on financial
markets. Keeping informed with the announcements on
the economic calendar can be the difference between
making a profit or a loss on a trading position.
Subsequently, knowing how to interpret the data can
provide you with significant opportunities in your markets.
Managing your Risk
Risk management is one of the most critical skill sets new
traders to need to learn. When deciding on any trade or
investment, the potential risks involved have to be
Strategy & Planning
You need a strategy to trade forex successfully. Without
one, what you are doing is closer to gambling than trading.
Randomly buying or selling a market with no set plan for
entry level, target level, or stop loss simply doesn t make
sense. It is only by defining a plan or strategy and testing it
over time that you will be able to see if you have the
potential for longer term success.