Intermediate Trading

  • Complete Guide To Robinhood IPO

    Aided by vast government stimulus and unlimited quantitative easing (QE), 2020/2021 proved to be especially lucrative for the U.S. stock markets. In fact, the leading American equities indices routinely posted fresh record highs amid the COVID-19 economic recovery. July 2021 brought a historic event for U.S. large cap stocks, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) eclipsed 35,000 for the first time ever. Amid the 2020/2021 equities market bull run,…

  • Types Of Forex Orders

    In forex trading, selecting the proper order type for the job is an important task. No matter if one is a short-term scalper or long-term investor, the way in which the market is entered and exited plays a key role in sustaining profitability. After all, achieving optimal trade execution depends greatly upon how efficiently one interacts with the market itself. Types Of Forex Orders The world's financial markets are competitive…

  • Forex Analysis: Technical vs Fundamental

    Fundamental analysis and technical analysis are two of the main ways investors and traders determine which stocks or other assets to buy or sell. Fundamental analysis looks at a company's financial health to try to determine its future prospects, while technical analysis looks for patterns in the way a security has traded in the past in order to try to estimate how it will move in the future. Essentially, investors…

  • A Guide To Forex Futures

    Forex futures are derivatives contracts that help investors manage the risk associated with currency fluctuations. Knowing how they work is crucial to using them effectively.

  • Forex Simulator

    Try FXCM's free forex trading demo account that enables traders to practice risk-free in live market conditions via forex simulator.

  • Forex Day Trading

    Forex day trading is an attractive method of participating in the capital markets. Find out more about how you can forex day trade with FXCM.

  • What Is Rollover In Forex?

    In forex, "rollover" refers to the value of accrued interest on a spot currency position during the overnight holding period. Interest rates, leverage, investment horizon and the currencies being traded are instrumental in quantifying rollover. When Is Rollover Calculated? In forex, rollover is calculated for application to an investor's trading account Monday through Friday at 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. On weekends, the forex market is closed for business, but…


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