Are there any beginners, who haven’t asked themselves a question what a CFD is and how it is different from a real asset? Let’s go deeper in these terms and try to determine which one of them is more interesting and easier-to-use for both beginners of stock exchange markets and experienced investors. What is CFD? […]
An investment portfolio is a set of financial instruments. The purpose of acquiring such instruments is of course making profit in the future. Options, stocks, futures, metals, real estate, currencies, and many other assets – all of them can be considered as financial instruments.
There are a lot of discussions about trading within the boundlessness of the Internet, both in conventional businesses and state-financed organizations. People say and write a lot of different things. More often than not, they are sure that trading can’t be regarded as a primary source of income.
Who in the world of trading hasn’t heard of scalping? Probably, you may know it as pipsing, but all traders surely heard a lot of different things about it, some of them tried it in practice, others are just going to, that’s why I guess it would be interesting to go into details of such thing as scalping.
Every beginner in trading asks themselves the same question: “Exactly what kind of a trading terminal should I choose for trading?” There are a lot of different trading platforms that have both similar features and essential differences. Among these differences are such nuances as installation on PCs or mobile devices, availability of a terminal in a web browser without installing any additional software components, opportunities to use a terminal for free or on a paid basis.
As soon as they get a little free money, beginners open another position and, when it comes to the crunch, lose all their orders and entire deposit. To avoid such situations, people created and developed some specific rules to manage their capital and risks.
Forex exchange market (name derived from FOReign EXchange) is an international market meant for broker companies, banks and investment funds trading currencies. Currency exchange market formed in the 70-s when the financial world passed from the gold standard to free currency pricing.
R Trader combines cutting-edge technologies and a classic design taken to a completely new level. No more unnecessary software, patches, and updates – get access to all global financial markets via a web terminal in a familiar web browser.