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FX Trading

The Foreign Exchange (FX) market is the largest, most liquid, market in the world.

In addition to trading for profit – also known as speculative trading - Forex is traded typically to diversify investment portfolios and to hedge against exposures in other assets.

What is Forex Trading

The Foreign Exchange (FX) market is the largest, most liquid, market in the world. Larger than the stocks and futures markets combined.

How Forex trading works

Due to the sheer size of the trading volume - $5.3 trillion traded daily - and a continuous advancement in technology, the Forex market is being accessed by more and more traders. This also makes it attractive and convenient for traders of all skill levels.

Pips, Spread and Margin

The digits after the decimal point are called pips (“price interest points”) and they measure the change in the exchange rate for a particular currency pair. To be exact, 1 pip is the difference in price of a one thousandth in any currency pair.

Account options

The future of trading is here. ADS Securities offers you a range of account options, tailored to accommodate your unique needs and experience.

Account Comparison

Not entirely certain which account is best for you? Take a closer look at the features of each account to help select the option that suits you most.

Educational Platform

Learn How To Trade FX

Try our interactive FX trading courses to help you learn how to analyse and trade the market like advanced traders do. Everything is covered, from basic concepts to advanced skills.

Ready to start trading?

Opening an account with ADS Securities is simple and secure. You have the option to open a live account via our secure client portal or try our FREE Demo Account.

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Losses can exceed deposits
All trading carries risk, and with some accounts, losses may exceed your deposit.