Forex Trading Guides

Just starting out?

Blackwell Global provides free forex training resources
and free trading courses for beginners to aid them in their trading journey.

Forex Made Easy

The size and the trading volume of the Forex market makes it a key area of interest for many traders. To be able to manoeuvre efficiently and strategically in such a complicated field, however, can be thought of as insurmountable and difficult to understand. Our first guide titled Forex Made Easy is a brief introduction to forex trading for beginners, inclusive with essential tools to help you make your first trade in forex.

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Analysing Made Easy

Currency market analysis and strategy is in many ways better than blind speculation. Our free training guide titled Analysis Made Easy is a guide put together to help forex traders attain your goals by planning a forex strategy one step at a time.

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CFDs - Your Starter Kit

Traded on margin between a trader and a provider, Contracts for Differences (CFDs) are viable alternatives where traders can make money. CFDs allow traders to gain the cash difference between the opening price and closing price of a transaction. The CFDs Starter Kit is a concise and easy-to-understand training guide for the beginner trader seeking to better understand CFDs and how it will benefit him on his trading journey.

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DISCLAIMER
This information is not considered as investment advice or investment recommendation for a purchase or sale of any foreign currency, CFD, precious metals or any other products offered by Blackwell Global. The information and opinions presented do not take into account any particular individual’s investment objectives, financial situation, or needs, and hence does not constitute as an advice or a recommendation with respect to any investment product. All investors should seek advice from certified financial advisors based on their unique situation before making any investment decisions and should tailor the trade size and leverage of their trading to their personal risk appetite.