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Let’ face it, no one likes losing money and the emotions triggered by such events will manifest themselves differently within
We have already discovered in a previous article that Margin is the amount of money needed to open a trade,
Forex also referred to as FX, foreign exchange, and currency trading is the act of exchanging one currency for another.
When trading Forex or other financial CFDs (contracts for difference) the spread is simply the difference between the bid (sell)
The consensus of economic analysts, inflation, rising Covid-19 outbreaks, and exorbitant consumer price figures seem to point to the start
Today, a new trading week starts with a few releases and economic events. However, over the weekend there have been
Today marks the end of a trading week with fluctuation in indices, metals, and forex, but the biggest loser of
When trading Forex or other CFD (Contract for Difference) financial instruments, swap also known as rollover refers to the interest
Yesterday, the Federal Reserve (Fed) Chairman Jerome Powell communicated the same rhetoric the Fed has been using in recent months:
Yesterday, the US Labor Department released Consumer Price Index (CPI) data that reflected a 0.9% increase in inflation compared to
In our previous articles, we looked in detail at margin and leverage. We saw that when trading forex or other
During Tuesday morning’s Asian session some U.S. indices were trading higher while awaiting the U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI) data
Today, a new trading week kicks off after a busy weekend of G20 meetings and a speech by European Central
Today marks the end of a trading week in the stock markets. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq fell from
We now know that Margin is the amount of money or capital needed by an investor to open a trade.
Yesterday, the minutes of the June meeting of the Federal Reserve (Fed) was made public. The FOMC reveal divided views
Last week the NFP added 850K new jobs to the market. The better than expected figure signaled a gradual recovery
Brent prices were heading towards $80 a barrel yesterday after OPEC+ countries broke off negotiations with the United Arab Emirates.
Whether you are a seasoned and experienced Investor or Trader, or perhaps you are completely new to CFD trading and
Last Friday, NFP data rose more than expected. The forecast of 700K fell short of the published figure of 850K.