Looking to enter the financial markets for the first time? Not sure where to start? Discover how you can create your very own trading strategies for forex pairs, plus commodities such as gold and oil, cryptocurrencies, indices and single stocks.
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Do you know your bulls from your bears? Ever wondered what the difference is between fundamental and technical analysis?
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Explains what trading actually is, how it started and what are the different types of markets that you can trade.
This video takes you through a trading chart and explains how price history is recorded by blocks of time and how you can interpret this data to make trading decisions.
Trading is all about buying and selling. This video defines what is price and how external factors (known as fundamental) can influence price movements.
In this video we will assess the differences between technical analysis and fundamental analysis and how traders anticipate price movements from both philosophies.
Get to know the difference between a bullish or bearish market and discover how price trends can actually show a clear pattern.
Discover why price action is important and learn about the many tools and indicators that are available to assist a trader with technical analysis.
The Foreign Exchange market (known as FX or Forex) is the most traded market by far in the world. Our 4th video looks at why it’s popular with traders of all levels.
It is time to start formulating your trading strategy. These are the rules you must follow and a number of checkboxes that must be ticked before a trade is placed.
We expand on some of the trading components that particularly relate to Forex. These include pips, bid/ask prices, leverage and margin.
Learn about trading platforms, the importance of stop losses and lastly, how to stay away from the computer screen when your trades are live.