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Learning how to trade Forex markets can be challenging – even for experienced investors from all levels of trading background. Like any other skill, trading Forex requires training and a lot of practice. We offer free Forex e-books, carefully prepared by industry experts for our clients. They are a great starting point to take your first steps towards mastering Forex and CFD trading.


CFD trading can be difficult. It takes time and effort to learn the process and even more time to know all the tricks of the trade. What is Forex trading and how does it work? Start your Forex education with the basics and build on a solid foundation.

Definitions and basic Forex terms How to open an account Trade examples How to trade.


Understanding charts is a must for every trader. Because charts visualize market data and provide a quick analysis opportunity for Forex traders. It is crucial to recognize patterns, the repetitive and common occurrences, on the charts quickly so you can react to the market changes immediately.

Detect short/long term forecasts Grasp the market sentiment Prepare for unexpected outcomes Determine market entry points.


Candlestick is a popular chart type that delivers similar data as bar charts, with additional coloring that represents the market direction. If the block in the middle is filled or colored, then the currency pair closed lower than it opened. If the closing price is higher than the opening price, then the block in the middle is white (hollow) or unfilled.

Learn how to read candlesticks Learn about common patterns of candlesticks Detect trend reversals immediately Learn about body, shadows and price tests.


Everything begins with a brilliant strategy. But how to build your own profitable formula? Creating strategies can be challenging for beginners. First thing to learn is how to obtain fundamental technical analysis. Creating your strategy by trial and error comes with a price. Make sure you have all you need to start.

Who creates Forex signals? Should you trust them? How does news impact markets? How to build a strategy around trends Common trading methods.


Charts are your indispensable tools for online trading. As a Forex trader, you will use tjhem often and you can never have enough information about them. In this book, you will learn about a powerful technical indicator called Moving Averages. There are two popular types: simple and exponential.

How to read Moving Averages Difference between short & exponential MAs How to use Moving Averages regularly How to apply Moving Averages to charts.


Critical points such as the average opening, high, low and closing prices are represented with pivot points. They provide valuable data in a given time frame. These points are useful for traders to calculate alternative support and resistance levels.

Understanding pivot points Spotting pivotal points on charts Learn using pivots to your advantege Forming counterstrategies against pivots.


Ability to tell the exact moment when the market will shift direction is a priceless skill. Traders usually look for signs or patterns on charts in order to forecast such reversals. There are major signs or patterns that might provide such an insight and this e-book discusses them.

How to spot a trend reversal Major trend reversal patterns Momentum loss & gain points Deciding market entry points.

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