Why Is Forex the Best Market to Trade in 2019?

Forex, or foreign exchange, market is probably the best market to trade in 2019.

Traders are always looking for the best conditions, best technological infrastructure, and highest returns. And millions of traders find it all in forex market. No surprise that it is the largest financial market with $250 billion of daily turnover contributed only by retail traders. But what does make forex so attractive for traders? FXM Capital analyzed experience of hundreds of traders and found why forex is the best market to trade.

Accessibility

Forex easily beats any other online trading market in terms of accessibility. You can start trading forex with a comparatively small initial investment. For example, with FXM Capital you need as little as $250 initial deposit to get started. Traders can access global currency markets 24/5 from any country and using any device. You only need to pass a short registration, make your first deposit, and submit your documents, and you are ready to enter your first trade.

FXM Capital CEO Brian Carter, financial markets expert with more than 15 years of experience in the industry, particularly emphasizes accessibility of forex trading. Here is what he shared about the topic.

Are your clients mostly experienced in trading or is there also an interest in forex among newbies?  

Experienced traders make up less than half of our clients, and beginner traders come to us every day. It is truly inspiring to see such interest in forex market among newbies, and we strive to make forex trading accessible for everyone.

Is it difficult to start trading forex? What do you need to become a successful trader?

It is very easy to start trading forex. You can open an account, fund it, and make your first trade in less than an hour. However, it will most likely be a failure if you get started without any preparation. To become successful, you need at least to learn the basics of trading and build a reliable trading plan.

In some financial markets, one can make money without any knowledge and experience. For example, you can hire an investment manager to build an investment portfolio for you. Is there a similar opportunity in forex?

It is not a must to manage your trades by yourself. In forex, you can use services of a trading advisor who will manage trades for you. Besides, automated trading is also very popular in the market. Our clients can use our highly efficient automated trading systems without additional charges. Finally, forex is a very social market, so you can follow successful traders in various trading networks and copy their trades. In this aspect, forex is very open and beginner-friendly.

Volatility & Liquidity

Naturally, trading implies buying and selling an asset to benefit from price difference. Therefore, market volatility is the source of profit for traders. In forex market, volatility is great, and significant price moves can occur within minutes or even seconds. In addition, forex is the most liquid financial market due to its massive turnover (more than $5 trillion daily). It means that the market is full of opportunities to make profits.

Opportunity

Traditionally, traders make money by buying low and selling high. In forex, you can trade in both directions. To take advantage of a downward trend, currency traders go short, or sell assets without owning them. Small trading capital is not a problem as well. For example, FXM Capital offers up to 1:500 leverage completely free. So in forex, you can benefit from virtually any market situation and easily scale up your returns.

Technology

Online forex market is a technologically advanced sector. The industry-leading MT5 platform is an extremely powerful trading workplace with all necessary tools gathered in one place. Now forex trading is more accessible than ever, as you can manage your trades in a single click anywhere, anytime, from any device. Advanced built-in market analysis tools, performance reports, strategy testers, and automated trading advisors make forex the best choice for beginners.

Bonuses

Forex brokers offer a number of lucrative incentives and promotions. At FXM Capital, you get rewarded with an up to 100% welcome bonus on your first deposit for a comfortable start. Additionally, for every trade you make you get tokens that can be converted into exclusive benefits.

Communities

Forex is the largest and the most social market to trade. Currency trading community includes millions of people, and you can easily connect with fellow traders via specialized networks and forums. If you experience any difficulties or hesitate with a trading decision, you can always get help from experts, educators, successful traders, and critics completely free.

Beginners’ Support

Forex is easily accessible in part due to strong support of beginners. Retail forex trading has no entry barriers, and a lot of new traders open accounts every day. Forex brokers provide step-by-step assistance for newcomers and help open an account and set up a trading platform. FXM Capital also offers individual consultations with experienced market professionals and a wide variety of educational materials.

Forex trading is an exciting activity with numerous benefits. It is not only a chance to make significant profits, but also an opportunity to better understand global economy and sharpen skills.

 

 

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25 Responses to “Why Is Forex the Best Market to Trade in 2019?”

  • Oxy misses:

    Wah , this site becomes platform to sell investments?

    Australia currency take a dive !

    Oxy Any advise ?

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  • LIONS:

    Forex is high risk.
    Unless you have lots of spare cash,you would be better off staying away from it.

    Just a friendly suggestion.

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  • Be careful:

    Forex trading is very risky because of leverage (i.e., debt) to enhance returns but it also magnifies losses. Also be careful doing online trading. Need to be clear who you are really trading with. In some online trading platforms, you are actually trading against the provider of the platform (not the market) using their software and their prices. Moreover, the platform provider knows your position because it is kept on the platform. The platform can easily adjust the price you see on the screen to show that you lost in the trade (and the provider of the online trading platform won).

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  • without having to tax:

    //Why Is Forex the Best Market to Trade in 2019?//

    aiyoh. if so good, why not our own top top top white scholarly idiots (best brains right ? with all the best supporting garment resources) do it and earn the $$$$ without having to tax / rent-seek daft sinkies by raising our water price, electricity, etc, etc.

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  • Please Dont Trade Forex:

    Greetings.
    I am a retired speculator.
    Forex is one of the most difficult products to trade.
    There is no edge, no anchor in forex.
    Leverage ensures that retail investors/speculators will blow out.
    Many brokers ie bucket shops posed as legitimate service providers actually take the other side of your trades. They will definitely eat up all your capital ie margins in due time.
    Its not a question of if, but when only.
    Just think of the volatility in your profits & losses.
    Surely losses will come and you will lose all your capital.
    Don’t be greedy, “a contented honest man cannot be cheated”.
    Spend the money instead on your family and friends enjoying food or travel is much better. Trading FX is going to be very stressful and unprofitable. This sad story has repeated millions of times.
    Stay away.

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  • oxygen:

    @ Oxy misses

    MATE, CURRENCY SPECULATION IS NOT INVESTMENT – me thinks it is more gambling then investing in a very fast moving market. I have only just read this article – not impressed at all.

    But I CONFESS this one – Australian currency take a dive – so my asset values dwindles, a little bit for now. I am taking the hit on the chin but still laughing.

    Global volatility is in the intricate balance now. My private view – not advice for anyone here – is still on the downside. A trigger shock event is gonna take all global assets a lot lower INCLUDING MY OWN of course. I am ready to take a big haircut if adversity eventuates.

    All asset bubbles burst but if one is financially resilient, one can bounce back after a big event (you will see clearer then what is shattered of no recovery possibility and what new seeds of germination can take root of recovery path then too).

    So I wait for the big typhoon to hit me next. You can jab at me then for a big laughter – LOL.

    Oxy misses: Wah , this site becomes platform to sell investments?

    Australia currency take a dive !

    Oxy Any advise ?

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  • Rabble-rouser:

    @ oxygen:
    But the AU$ dive in part due to the Aussie political instability (change PM like changing underwear) & Coalition party infighting (leadership spills & struggles, disgruntled figures like Tony Abbott, Barnaby Joyce, struggles within egocentric political figures – a fair number think they are number ones, never no: 2 or 3). The economic factor is Australia exports are highly dependent on China’s health (US Trade Wars).
    But Australia’s economic fundamentals are still basically strong other than the overly inflated property markets in Sydney & Melbourne; prolonged drought in NSW/Queensland.
    The political factor is oversold by the FOREX markets for the AU$. The economy is still chugging on nicely – people are focused on key sporting events like the Aussie Rules Footy & Rugby finals. They’re cleaning out their Barbie sets for summer. They’ll be BBQ’ing delicious beef steaks, lamb chops & sausages which they can easily afford. Not like those greedy PAP grassroots who commandeered then-PM Tony Abbott’s BBQ function in S’pore for their own depriving other S’poreans. Like greedy pigs, they get to enjoy an Aussie BBQ which Australians take for granted but PAP grassroots act like never eat before (like Mountain tortoises). That incident ranks as one of the most disgusting events showing the ultimate greed of PAP & their cronies. Look at the mirror first before laughing at others.

    oxygen:
    @ Oxy misses

    But I CONFESS this one – Australian currency take a dive – so my asset values dwindles, a little bit for now. I am taking the hit on the chin but still laughing.

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  • oxygen:

    @ Oxy misses

    I WROTE YESTERDAY LATE NIGHT THESE THOUGHTS. Risk in the global financial market is DELICATELY/INTRICATELY POISED, slightly to the DOWNSIDE bias. Guess what?

    oxygen: Global volatility is in the intricate balance now. My private view – not advice for anyone here – is still on the downside. A trigger shock event is gonna take all global assets a lot lower INCLUDING MY OWN of course.

    I have just read the same thoughts in the mind of the Head of South Korea’s Sovereign Wealth Funds, Korea Investment Corporation in latest CNBC news updating. He spoke

    Heenam Choi, CEO, Korea Investment Corporation :In additional to (tighter economic conditions), there are non-economic factors: I mean trade war, trade dispute, geopolitical risk might be (a) potential list of factors to affect the global economy,” Choi said, adding that solving the trade spat between the U.S. and China will not be easy.

    “On that issue, I’m a little bit negative,

    The next crisis could be triggered by the US-China trade war, interest rates: Sovereign wealth chief

    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/17/rising-interest-rates-and-us-china-trade-spat-pose-risks.html

    Trade war escalation will screw up global economy GENERALLY and rising interest rate at central banks instigation WILL SCREW UP ALL CREDITORS AND DEBTORS of their respective borrowing/funding costs. All debt-financed investment particularly property is gonna screwed up as assets valuation is re-priced downwards including MINE of course.

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  • Rabble-rouser:

    @ oxygen:
    I noticed that the PAP IBs (PAP GUARANTEED SURE WIN, IB Ong, Oxy misses, S’porean are wise, et al) were either fond of dressing down other nations (especially M’sia, occasionally developed countries like US & Australia, etc) compared to their great S’pore or promote the PAP as a great govt & S’pore as a 1st world nation. There is an unbelievable level of SMUGNESS with PAP’s propaganda spew & IBs’ behaviour.
    But I’d realised long ago why the PAP govt spends so much on White Elephants (Casinos, The Esplanade, Gardens By The Bay, Changi Airport Terminals 1-5, etc); spend inordinate amounts on televised events like F1 race, National Day (over SG$15 million), SG$20 million Trump-Kim peace talks, etc. These are used to portray a 1st world image to foreigners & for those who only knows superficial facts & image. It’s all to create a facade to the world!
    But the reality is that the masses on the ground are impoverished & plagued with high cost of living, unaffordable housing & schemes that transfer their “Blood, Sweat & Tears” to the govt re: HDB flats, COE. S’pore as a nation has yet to experience any turmoil or natural disaster that will test the people’s awareness. The greed, selfishness & materialism looks like things that sink S’pore into the ground.

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  • Haigen-diaz:

    Bro, I can’t help agreeing with you more. Your comments below reinforce the ideology this Govt. had. To attract the well-heeled with all those grandiose infrastructures.
    Set aside economics, which you, oxygen have immense specifics & insights to share, it is thus both worrying and callous when Singapore Prime Minister said:
    “In fact, if I can get another 10 billionaires to move to Singapore and set up their base here, my Gini coefficient will get worse but I think Singaporeans will be better off, because they will bring in business, bring in opportunities, open new doors and create new jobs, and I think that is the attitude with which we must approach this problem.” -UNQUOTE

    While watching F1 yesterday and Michelle Yeoh from “Crazy Rich Asian” with XO chaitowkway, one can’t help feeling about PM’s stand on an elitist society, huge influx of foreigners, low wages and a high cost of living unmatched by any developed society in the world, and its’ clear implications for unbridled UNEQUALITY for the general populace. Pikkety or Pinky (doesn’t matter) deserves a medal of honor for speaking truth to sociopathic greed. Meanwhile, the elites who do have the chutzpah to broadcast their greed do not hesitate to shamelessly oppose mediocre pays for their own but justifiable austerity measures, like GST, higher bills, taxes for their peasants.

    Rabble-rouser: But I’d realised long ago why the PAP govt spends so much on White Elephants (Casinos, The Esplanade, Gardens By The Bay, Changi Airport Terminals 1-5, etc); spend inordinate amounts on televised events like F1 race, National Day (over SG$15 million), SG$20 million Trump-Kim peace talks, etc. These are used to portray a 1st world image to foreigners & for those who only knows superficial facts & image. It’s all to create a facade to the world!
    But the reality is that the masses on the ground are impoverished & plagued with high cost of living, unaffordable housing & schemes that transfer their “Blood, Sweat & Tears” to the govt re: HDB flats,

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  • Rabble-rouser:

    @ Haigen-diaz:
    But all the great wealth on show can’t be realisable without triggering a complete market price collapse. In truth, there’s an illiquidity situation where the need to liquidate comes at a great cost to the seller (gap down & huge discounts) or even an inability to achieve a transaction at all at any price (no buyers). Even Jeff Bezos, the richest man in the world, can’t sell all his Amazon shares without causing a price spiral collapse. And Amazon is not even profitable!
    The problem is an economic fallacy – focusing on the trees but totally missing the forest. The 1% sits on an illiquid situation where they can’t monetized their wealth nor can they realised their assets easily without causing a contagion.
    PM LHL had focused on the lazy man’s method of wealth (basically wealth transfer schemes & rent seeking activities). It is both a zero-sum game (but in fact is negative) & ultimately a greater fool game where prices are push to the stratosphere before it is let go (cut adrift). The Wealth on show is simple captured value which is not only unrealisable but also unsustainable in market dynamics. Like property & real estate values – which is a captured value in time & not wealth! In truth, the danger is an asset price collapse while debt remains the same! Scary!

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  • oxygen:

    @ Haigen-diaz & Rabble-rouser

    PAPpy DECISION-MAKERS ARE SLOWLY WAKING UP to the realities, those below them still in deep slumber somewhere in Alice-Wonderland amusement park. LEE-jiapore is falling apart RIGHT NOW – PAPpy has now offered HDB lease buyback for peasants UNDER THE AGE OF 65 if they are financially distressed or unable to foot their healthcare costs.

    Under 65? It means the Merdeka Generations – more than half of these lot voted for PAPpys in 2011 and 2015 and THEY ARE DROWNING NOW – forget about survival needs past 65! My take is that PAPpy MPs are discovering the hard truths – a lot of the Merdeka generation is struggling underwater – their children abandoned them or unable to financially support them or both. Probably many can’t pay their medical bills AND MAYBE AN OVERWHELMING PROPORTION OF THEM TRIED TO DOWNGRADE to 2-rm SEXY BUT CAN’T MONETIZE THEIR OLD FLATS BECAUSE PROSPECTIVE BUYERS COME ROUND TO VIEW AND MAKE NO OFFER AT ALL.

    Since they can’t downgrade, and their CPF locked in either their USELESS PIGEONHOLE LIABILITY OF DIMINISHING VALUES BY THE DAY, PAPpy is also trapped because medical bills can’t be paid too. So what does PAPpy has of “clever” (aka stupid) solution? LEASE BUY BACK of 30 years!! So either they live out the residual of 35 years of lease “unsold” OR THEY DIE IN MAYBE 15 years and only 20 yrs left on their lease (after minus 30 yrs sold to HDB). Who is buying 20 years lease, spent money on HIP2 & VERS only to be taken back by PAPpys again.

    THE LEASE BUYBACK IS A SHAM AND ANOTHER SCAM to cover the mother of all scams of CLAIMING HDB buyers own their flat. That the HDB is NOT buying back the flat at full face value BUT MERELY 30 YRS OF LEASE life PROVED BEYOND ALL DOUBT that HDB buyers DO NOT OWN their flat IN THE FIRST PLACE, merely buying a LEASE which the Lease buy back scheme is buying back part of THAT LEASE.

    If HDB buyers are in fact owners and sold part of it via lease buy back offer – IT IS A FACTUAL IMPOSSIBILITY OF A MOCKERY FICTION of another sham i.e. the desperate HDB buyer is part owner and so is HDB part owner AT THE SAME TIME of contested title rights. Ownership is NOT divisible unless it is a tenancy in common in which case the hidden UNSPOKEN TRAP IS if the HDB buyer dies, the ownership is vested in the surviving party (HDB). That makes it another scam! A 30 yr lease buy back -if structured along the lines of tenancy in common – also supply the residual lease (of 20 yrs) back to HDB with no monetary compensation made. IT IS A TRAP ON THOSE DESPERATE.

    Desperate don’t check their contracts, they just want out of current distress. So they get TRAPPED TWICE easily.

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  • Haigen-diaz:

    Thanks for the reality check. Both truly cogent analysis of one similar situation!
    In deciding who loses, the apparent bait-and-switch of selling home ownership by such a government-backed institution (HDB) and then making those ownership progressively worthless seems duplicitous. The beginning and the end of this whole problem was after all huge housing price inflation aka asset enhancement, and its solution will only be equally huge housing price deflation. PAPpy ministers will still continue to flounder around tinkering with the system and engaging in various sleight of hand in a vain attempt to sustain an irretrievably broken system. And one consequence of what is called a “stampede to liquidate” will be severe economic slump. So deflation in asset prices can turn into a vicious circle. And pumping more liquidity into the economy will only make things worse. More inflation, people have less money left over for a new mortgage, housing prices go down, perhaps, and this is maybe because they are still way out of sync with affordability, more than, or at least faster than need be. Left entirely to its own devices, the market place becomes tremendously powerful engines that move wealth from the many to the few. While such economies may thrive ostensibly, they are an anathema to a diverse marketplace for sellers/buyers. We don’t need another stinkin’ study on statistics to know that wealth inequality between top and bottom is the worst it’s been since. Too many voters still believe that the rich elites (include bureaucrats) get that way through their “hard work” and thus receive their reward, so it’s OK.

    Rabble-rouser: The Wealth on show is simple captured value which is not only unrealisable but also unsustainable in market dynamics. Like property & real estate values – which is a captured value in time & not wealth! In truth, the danger is an asset price collapse while debt remains the same!

    oxygen: My take is that PAPpy MPs are discovering the hard truths – a lot of the Merdeka generation is struggling underwater – their children abandoned them or unable to financially support them or both. Probably many can’t pay their medical bills AND MAYBE AN OVERWHELMING PROPORTION OF THEM TRIED TO DOWNGRADE to 2-rm SEXY BUT CAN’T MONETIZE THEIR OLD FLATS BECAUSE PROSPECTIVE BUYERS COME ROUND TO VIEW AND MAKE NO OFFER AT ALL.

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  • Rabble-rouser:

    @ oxygen & Haigen-diaz:
    But all the legal trickery (by PAP govt & HDB as lease buyback beneficiary) & the various shenanigans (VERS, HIP2) can’t hide the fact that the vast majority of people living in HDB flats are heading towards a TOTAL LIQUIDITY SQUEEZE ie. “NO MONEY TO SPEND” if HDB asset values are permanently damaged because of this lease conundrum. And the S’pore Economy are configured as an “EAT ‘N SHIT” consumption eco-system feeding various property investment vehicles like REITs, Property Trusts, Kopi-Tiam investment holdings, Mall ownership, etc. In addition, the profiteering, price-gouging & rent-seeker retail sector (dominated by PAP cronies & GLCs) would be badly hit as essential cost of living increases (in water, gas & electricity) for households/businesses while GST increase bite hard on household budgets & expenditures (PM LHL’s NDP Austerity call). Cashflows would be hard to come by as spending/consumption contracts while fixed costs & (debt) financial commitments remained high! PAP’s GDP-centric policies & “Who doesn’t want to collect more money” philosophy coming unstuck as the wheels of S’pore’s Domestic Economy grind to a halt!
    Look at the sudden turnaround in EnBloc sentiments – recent Horizon Towers EnBloc tender had turned cold re: no bids received. Developers have wise-up to the fact that there would be a huge oversupply situation looming as well as more expensive funding cost going forward.
    PAP govt had fully configured S’pore as a Brick ‘N Mortar Economy (ongoing huge investments on buildings & Infrastructural works); committed to huge population increases to justify those investments & totally dependent on a linear projection of globalisation & global trade to create momentum. But there’s a trade war already started, liquidity flows are receding as emerging markets roiled from investor outflows revert back to US capital markets for safety & global interest rates looked to rally upwards. We’re into a world of pain – those with huge debt better watch out!

    oxygen: LEE-jiapore is falling apart RIGHT NOW…AND MAYBE AN OVERWHELMING PROPORTION OF THEM TRIED TO DOWNGRADE to 2-rm SEXY BUT CAN’T MONETIZE THEIR OLD FLATS BECAUSE PROSPECTIVE BUYERS COME ROUND TO VIEW AND MAKE NO OFFER AT ALL.
    Since they can’t downgrade, and their CPF locked in either their USELESS PIGEONHOLE LIABILITY OF DIMINISHING VALUES BY THE DAY, PAPpy is also trapped because medical bills can’t be paid too. So what does PAPpy has of “clever” (aka stupid) solution?

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  • oxygen:

    @ Haigen-Diaz & @ Rabble-rouser

    WHO CAN STILL TRUST PAPpy on the legality of HDB ownership any more than their prevarications on Ministerial bonus and pay in that political zoo?

    Rabble-rouser: But all the legal trickery (by PAP govt & HDB as lease buyback beneficiary) & the various shenanigans (VERS, HIP2) can’t hide the fact that the vast majority of people living in HDB flats are heading towards a TOTAL LIQUIDITY SQUEEZE ie. “NO MONEY TO SPEND” if HDB asset values are permanently damaged because of this lease conundrum.

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  • LIONS:

    not a few bros here talk about LIQUIDITY SQUEEZE of many former PMEs’ families,not to mention the poor ones.

    this is not a false alarm,no crying wolf.

    i came across not a few MERDEKA sgs at COFFEE BREAKS who told me their kids are now relying on them as they have been made jobless in their early 30s.
    LUCKY for these kids,they are still unmarried.
    IMAGINE NO MONEY TO BUY ‘MILK-IS-MILK’ powder?
    but,MAYBE THEY CAN BORROW SOME milk FROM JO TEO???…SHE GOT PLENTY?

    As for forex,it is a BIG BULLIES’ MARKET,better to avoid than be hurt.

    think mr oxygen need not worry though about his AUSSIE ASSETS,i believe AUSSIE DOLLAR will not go much below 65/67 cents to the US$ even if there is a depreciation coming from TRADE WAR or politics?

    aussie dollar should go back up to 80 cents to the us$ in good time.

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  • nullify their negative sentime:

    //i came across not a few MERDEKA sgs at COFFEE BREAKS who told me their kids are now relying on them as they have been made jobless in their early 30s.
    LUCKY for these kids,they are still unmarried.//

    aiyoh. see whether they will still vote for ownself-check-owself white monkey idiots; or new FTs-converted-sinkies will nullify their negative sentiment (if they are still soundly asleep).

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  • Jobless banker:

    @LIONS

    thanks for cautioning on fx trading.
    I thought of trading fx to make some money but i have decided not to after reading your comment and talking to some people.

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  • Harry:

    It’s true that forex is high risk, but it can also be highly rewarding. In my opinion, the key difference between gambling and trading is risk management. If you learn to manage your risks wisely there’s a chance to succeed. I’m just a beginner in forex, but I agree with fxmcapital.com’s CEO. It is really easy to get started, and it’s the market with a lot of opportunities to make money.

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  • oxygen:

    @ Harry

    GOOD LUCK TO YOU, Harry. You have my best wishes. Remember this words came from your own mouth – I’m just a beginner in forex – that sends alarm bells ringing in my head. Why?

    You have NOT yet – as a novice of your confession – paid your TUITION fees learning the ropes of small successes in excitement and just ONE BIG TOTALLY UNEXPECTED LOSS emerging out of the blue & this wiped you out completely.

    I have paid a lot of tuition fees in financial markets for multi-decades now and still paying some nasty ones for miscalculations every now and then. Every crisis I face and got hit is different from the predecessor hits.

    I AM TRUE TELLING of reality.

    Harry: It’s true that forex is high risk, but it can also be highly rewarding. In my opinion, the key difference between gambling and trading is risk management. If you learn to manage your risks wisely there’s a chance to succeed. I’m just a beginner in forex, but I agree with fxmcapital.com’s CEO. It is really easy to get started, and it’s the market with a lot of opportunities to make money.

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  • L.M.:

    The article tells about positive aspects of forex fully neglecting its drawbacks. I tried trading forex a while ago and I blew up my account in a couple of days (not with fxmcapital.com though). Now I understand my mistakes, but no one warned me about all the risks involved back then. Carefully weigh risks and rewards before you create a trading account.

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  • Monagopato:

    Forex trading is the most stressful activity I’ve ever engaged in.

    It’s easy to start even without a slightest understanding of the market, but it’s hard to stop.

    It can be really addictive and I ended up looking at my charts round the clock and jumping in and out of trades all the time.

    Needless to say I haven’t earned any profits. It took me a lot of effort to realize I was overtrading and to give up the idea to “get-rich-quick” in forex.

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  • Mickael:

    Yes, forex is very risky.

    But most of so called traders consistently lose money only because they trade on emotions and make childish mistakes.

    The most important thing is focus and calm execution of a trading strategy.

    Never trade on FOMO, greed, or hope. Learning to set emotions aside was costly for me, but now I have satisfying results. Trade with FXM Capital (fxmcapital.com) may be an interesting opportunity.

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  • Mumonkhan:

    Financial markets offer numerous options for individual investors: stocks, currencies, energies, options, cryptos etc.

    I like the infrastructure and platforms that forex brokers provide, but I prefer trading bitcoin and ethereum to traditional fiat currencies.

    It’s challenging to predict market movements especially when some major news is unexpectedly released and markets are wildly volatile.

    Losses are inevitable but effective risk management can help minimize them.

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  • Bbc:

    Don’t trade unless necessary.

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