Foreign Currency Trading


Trade more than 50 pairs, including all majors, minors and many exotics. Benefit from free real time quotes and charts on our desktop, mobile or tablet trading platform. Trading available 24 hours a day. Not understanding how Trader's Remorse works- You are analyzing the charts. You have your support and resistance numbers set and one of the currencies you are watching suddenly breaks the barrier of support. You immediately jump into the trade, betting that the market is going to go up. It does....for a second...only to fall back to it's original support/resistance line. What just happened? You have just been bitten by something called trader's remorse, a point where a breakout is tested and loses. I am not going to go into trader's remorse other than to tell you that it happens and accounts for a ton of losses.

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Forex trading is not something to take lightly. If you truly want to be successful at forex trading, you must be prepared to invest the time and hard work to acquire the three factors for success - knowledge, experience, and emotional control. The staff at is here to help you achieve these goals, especially from a knowledge perspective, but determining if a trading regimen is right for you will come from hours of practice trading with virtual� cash and real time quotes on a free demo� account.

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When trading forex, you always speculate on whether the price of the base currency will rise or fall against the counter currency. So in AUD/USD if you think AUD will rise against USD, you go long (buy) the currency pair. Alternatively, if you think AUD will fall against USD (or that USD will rise against AUD), you go short (sell) the currency pair.

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