Why Trade Forex?

The Worlds Most Liquid Market

The Foreign Exchange Market is by far the worlds largest finacial market and the most liquid market with a daily average volume of $5 trillion per day.

  • Forex Market
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • NASDAQ
  • Japenese Stock Exchange
  • Shanghai Stock Exchange
  • London Stock Exchange

Work Around You and Your Lifestyle

The Foreign Exchange Market is open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week, from Sunday evening 10pm GMT to Friday Evening 10pm GMT.

This is great for individuals who want to trade on a part-time basis because you can choose when you want to trade and fit trading around your own personal schedule.

Open 24 Hours a Day 5 Days a Week

The Foreign Exchange Market is open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week, from Sunday evening 10pm GMT to Friday Evening 10pm GMT.

This is great for individuals who want to trade on a part-time basis because you can choose when you want to trade.

Leverage

In forex trading, a small deposit can control a much larger total contract value. Leverage gives the trader the ability to make nice profits, and at the same time keep there risk capital to a minimum.

For example, a forex broker may offer you 50:1 leverage, which means that a £50 dollar margin deposit would enable a trader to buy or sell £2,500 worth of currencies. Similarly, with £500, one could trade with £25,000 and so on.

While this may sound good, you have to remember that leverage in your favour and against you. Without proper risk management, a high degree of leverage can lead to large losses as well as gains.

Speculation & Hedging

In the forex market, you are able to take advantages of a upwards market (bullish) or a downwards market (bearish) with the ability of buying and selling a specific currency pair.

Speculation & Hedging

In the forex market, you are able to take advantages of a upwards market (bullish) or a downwards market (bearish) with the ability of buying and selling a specific currency pair.

Risk Warning

FX and CFDS are complex leveraged products which are traded on margin. Trading FX and CFDs is high risk and may not be suitable for everyone. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks associated with these products. You may sustain a loss of some or all of your invested capital.