Forex Education

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  1. Topping-Up Clause

    A topping-up clause is a condition implemented in a back-to-back or two-currency loan, designed to protect lenders from foreign-currency ...
  2. The Greatest Currency Trades Ever Made

    These speculators took big positions - and scored huge profits - in the currency market.
  3. The 5-Minute Forex "Momo" Trade

    Learn this simple momentum strategy and its profit-protecting exit rules.
  4. Popular Forex Currencies

    Learn about the most traded currencies and the strategies used to trade them.
  5. These Are the Most Famous Forex Traders Ever

    The five most famous forex traders share common virtues such as strong self-confidence.
  6. A Trader's Guide to Using Fractals

    This reversal pattern known as fractals can make sense of the seeming randomness of market movements and improve your trading. ...
  7. How does the foreign-exchange market trade 24 hours a day?

    Trading in the forex is not done at one central location, but is conducted by phone and electronic communication networks ...
  8. What do the terms weak dollar and strong dollar mean?

    Weak dollar and strong dollar are general terms used in FX markets to describe the relative value and strength of the U.S. ...
  9. Forex Courses For Beginners

    Trading courses can provide a trader with all the tools required for a profitable experience.
  10. What Forex Traders Need To Know About The Yen

    The Japanese yen possesses some unique qualities that traders should know before jumping in.
  11. Calculating Profits And Losses Of Your Currency Trades

    The forex is a risky market, and traders must always remain alert to their positions. Learn how to keep on top of your currency ...
  12. Most Commonly Used Forex Chart Patterns

    These chart patterns provide entries, stops and profit targets that can be easily seen.
  13. The Effects Of Currency Fluctuations On The Economy

    Currency fluctuations are a natural outcome of the floating exchange rate system that is the norm for most major economies. ...
  14. What is the difference between LIBID and LIBOR?

    LIBID and LIBOR are both benchmark rates set by banks in the London interbank market, referring to what banks are willing ...
  15. What is the Big Mac index?

    A survey done by The Economist magazine used to measure the purchasing power parity (PPP) between nations, using the price ...
  16. Improve Your Investing With Excel

    Excel is a useful tool to assist with investment organization and evaluation. Find out how to use it.
  17. Dual Currency Bond

    A dual currency bond is a debt instrument in which the coupon and principal payments are made in two different currencies.
  18. How Influential Economists Changed Our History

    Find out how these five groundbreaking thinkers made contributions to financial theory that crossed over into many aspects ...
  19. What is inflation and how should it affect my investing?

    The rate of inflation is important as it represents the rate at which the real value of an investment is eroded and the loss ...
  20. Average Rate of Return for Day Traders

    Is it possible to determine the average rate of return for day traders, and what does it take to get started?
  21. What happens when crypto-bros and big banks collide?

    What do the world's largest banks and manifesto-clutching cypherpunks have in common? A quest for enhanced information security ...
  22. Charging Bull

    The Charging Bull is a bronze sculpture by artist Arturo Di Modica that stands near Wall Street in Downtown Manhattan.
  23. 3 Factors That Drive the U.S. Dollar

    We look at three important factors that affect U.S. dollar value, and how to determine when it's the right time to buy currency. ...
  24. How do you make money trading money?

    Trading money, particularly in the forex market, is a speculative risk, as you are betting that the value of a currency will ...
  25. How do changes in national interest rates affect a currency's value and exchange rate?

    Generally, higher interest rates increase the value of a given country's currency, but Interest rates alone do not determine ...
  26. Why do Bitcoins have value?

    Performing with transactional anonymity, Bitcoin has value as a private digital currency, investment tool and social networking ...
  27. Washing Trades in a Canadian Registered Account

    For Canadian RRSP accounts, washing same-day trades saves investors the exchange fee.
  28. Federal Funds

    Federal funds are excess reserves that commercial banks deposit at regional Federal Reserve banks which can then be lent ...
  29. Hamburger Economics: The Big Mac Index

    In theory, PPP stands up much better than it does in reality. Find out how to evaluate currencies according to the price ...
  30. Trading Is Timing

    Learn how to make gains even if you don't get in at the right time.
  31. Is Your Forex Broker A Scam?

    While the forex market is slowly becoming more regulated, there are many unscrupulous brokers who should not be in business. ...
  32. What is arbitrage?

    Arbitrage is buying a security in one market and simultaneously selling it in another at a higher price, profiting from the ...
  33. Top 6 Questions About Currency Trading

    Let's answer six of the primary questions about forex trading, commissions and all of your other queries right here.
  34. Forex Trading: A Beginner's Guide

    Learn about the forex market and some trading strategies to get started.
  35. 6 Factors That Influence Exchange Rates

    An in depth look at out how a currency's relative value reflects a country's economic health and impacts your investment ...
  36. PIIGS

    PIIGS is an acronym for five of the most economically weak eurozone nations during the European debt crisis: Portugal, Italy, ...
  37. Hedge Against Exchange Rate Risk With Currency ETFs

    Currency moves are unpredictable and can have an adverse effect on portfolio returns. Find out how to protect yourself.
  38. The Risks Of Investing In Emerging Markets

    When domestic markets are volatile, investors often look overseas for diversification, but that strategy comes with its own ...
  39. Trilemma

    A trilemma describes the theory that a country cannot have free flow of capital, a fixed exchange rate, and independent monetary ...
  40. Protect Your Foreign Investments From Currency Risk

    Hedging against currency risk can add a level of safety to your offshore investments.
  41. What is the gold standard?

    Learn more about the gold standard, including its complicated global history and its connection to the fiat system and the ...
  42. How Gold Affects Currencies

    There is a strong correlation between gold's value and the strength of currencies trading on foreign exchanges.
  43. Choosing the Right Day-Trading Software

    Software has made day trading quick and automatic. How to choose the best for your needs.
  44. How to Build Valuation Models Like Black-Scholes

    Want to build a model like Black-Scholes? Here are the tips and guidelines.
  45. Floating Interest Rate

    A floating interest rate is an interest rate that is allowed to move up and down with the rest of the market or along with ...
  46. Tech Bubble

    Tech bubble refers to a pronounced and unsustainable market rise attributed to increased speculation in technology stocks.
  47. Fade

    Fade refers to a contrarian investment strategy used to trade against the prevailing trend.
  48. Pros And Cons of Paper Trading

    Most market novices should try paper trading for a while, despite key drawbacks.
  49. Introduction to Guerrilla Trading

    Guerilla trading requires experience, risk capital and mental fortitude—it is not for novices.
  50. Monetarist Theory

    The monetarist theory is a concept which contends that changes in the money supply are the most significant determinants ...
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