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September 16, 2019
Is the UK Stock Market Shrinking Due to Brexit?

Is the UK Stock Market Shrinking Due to Brexit?

An ongoing global slowdown is hurting the major stock markets worldwide. They are shrinking right before our eyes. De-equitisation, which means that companies are buying more […]
September 16, 2019
Factors that Affect Global Crude Oil Prices

Factors that Affect Global Crude Oil Prices

One of the world’s primary energy resources, crude oil has always been in high demand and traded in large volumes. This commodity can be refined into […]
September 16, 2019
London’s Forex Market Surges to Record High. Here’s Why People are Trading More FX Than Ever

London’s Forex Market Surges to Record High. Here’s Why People are Trading More FX Than Ever

The London foreign exchange market is the reason for the country’s crucial place in the global financial services industry. The UK has a strategically important geographical […]
September 16, 2019
What is the Cause of the US-China Trade War?

What is the Cause of the US-China Trade War?

Economic conflicts between nations, resulting from extreme protectionism, where states impose trade barriers against each other, tend to impact the global economy. The ongoing US-China trade […]
September 16, 2019
The Risks and Rewards of Trading the Forex Market

The Risks and Rewards of Trading the Forex Market

The forex market is one of the largest and most popular financial markets, with an average daily turnover of approximately $5.3 trillion. Many factors make it […]
September 16, 2019
What Factors Impact the British Pound?

What Factors Impact the British Pound?

The Pound Sterling was once the world’s dominant currency, a position that was taken over by the US Dollar, following World War II. But, the Great […]
September 16, 2019
Importance of Japanese Candlesticks in Technical Analysis

Importance of Japanese Candlesticks in Technical Analysis

Japanese candlestick charts were created with the aim of showing a significant relationship between market prices and supply & demand of commodities. Today, these charts are […]
September 6, 2019
Trading the Gartley Pattern – What is it and How to Trade it?

Trading the Gartley Pattern – What is it and How to Trade it?

A harmonic chart pattern, named after its inventor, HM Gartley, is one of the most classic retracement patterns followed by traders. It can help find early […]
September 6, 2019
How Does the US Dollar Affect Commodity Prices?

How Does the US Dollar Affect Commodity Prices?

Although every commodity has distinct trading characteristics and market movements, investors have historically found a strong correlation between the greenback and commodity prices. Typically, there exists […]
August 29, 2019

Changes in Trading Hours due to US Labour Day

Please be aware that due to the US Labour Day holiday, there will be a change in trading hours for the following products: Product US Labour […]
August 23, 2019
The Effect of Growing Bitcoin Dominance on Altcoins

The Effect of Growing Bitcoin Dominance on Altcoins

A quick overall glance of the cryptocurrency market shows that there are over 2.4K crypto coins currently in existence. Some of the most established coins, like […]
August 23, 2019
Know About Various Order Types on MT4 and When to Use Them

Know About Various Order Types on MT4 and When to Use Them

Millions of traders with different trading styles and needs choose MetaTrader 4 to navigate the financial markets. From advanced technical analysis to algorithmic trading, the platform […]
August 23, 2019
What Are Forex Trading Robots – Do They Really Work?

What Are Forex Trading Robots – Do They Really Work?

From manual, telephonic orders to automated trading systems, the world of forex trading has indeed come a long way. Specialised computer programmes and software now generate […]
August 23, 2019
Know About the New FCA Restrictions for CFD Trading

Know About the New FCA Restrictions for CFD Trading

The UK’s financial watchdog, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), is responsible for maintaining financial stability of the nation’s markets and protect the integrity of the markets […]
August 23, 2019
How Important is the US Non-Farm Payroll Report to the Forex Market?

How Important is the US Non-Farm Payroll Report to the Forex Market?

Nearly two-thirds of the US GDP is driven by consumer spending, which makes job data so important for financial market participants. The United States Non-Farm Payroll […]
August 23, 2019
5 Steps to Manage Trading Risks Efficiently

5 Steps to Manage Trading Risks Efficiently

The forex market is one of the largest and most liquid financial markets in the world, where banks, financial institutions and individual traders make transactions worth […]
August 23, 2019
Top Reasons Why Forex Traders Lose Money

Top Reasons Why Forex Traders Lose Money

The forex market is often referred to as ‘the market that never sleeps.’ The reason is that it’s always open in some part of the world. […]
August 13, 2019
Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin or Ripple: Which Crypto Has the Most Potential?

Bitcoin, Ether, Litecoin or Ripple: Which Crypto Has the Most Potential?

In late June 2019, the 4 top cryptocurrencies, in terms of market capitalisation, made huge gains, adding some $30 billion to the total cryptocurrency market cap […]
August 12, 2019
Day Trading Strategies for Experienced Traders

Day Trading Strategies for Experienced Traders

In day trading, traders open and close positions within the same day or trading session. Flexibility, independence and income prospects are some of the reasons why […]
August 12, 2019

Everything About Trading the EUR/USD Currency Pair

On July 31, 2019, the EUR/USD pair experienced strong bearish sentiments, following the US Federal Reserve announcing its monetary policy changes, which was much less dovish […]