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This section included a detailed asset analysis including description spreads, slippage, trading ranges, and pip risk. We aim at providing the novice trader with the best information about every major pairs and crosses. The idea is to create a database of known basic facts as a starting point for the evaluation of a trade and the risk on each asset.

Top Secret: The Hidden Message of Indices

Spoiler for newcomers to the world of investment: In the long term, between 90% and 95% of funds fail to beat the benchmark they intend to surpass. This means that the active management fund (with that "star manager" so famous) they offer you in their bank branch (or in the luxurious private banking office, as if it were something very special and exclusive "only for a few"), has only a ten-to-ten chance of surpassing the index. An index in which you could invest much cheaper (up to 70 times cheaper) and profitable.

Trading the AUD/NZD Currency Pair

Most traders nowadays trade pairs involving currencies such as EUR and USD because they have found such currencies to provide them with the best...

The Insider Secrets of Coffee Trading Revealed

Coffee is one of the most interesting assets for trade. Although it is also one of the most volatile. Coffee is one of the...

Forex Currency Pairs 101

You have probably heard about most of the available currencies such as the US Dollar, the British pound, and the Euro, the three of...

The Role of the United States Dollar Index in Forex Trading

The US Dollar Index is something that you often see mentioned around the trading world, if you haven't seen it mentioned then it probably...

What Should You Know Before Trading The NZD/CAD Currency Pair

Introduction NZDCAD is the abbreviation for the currency pair New Zealand dollar against the Canadian dollar. It is referred to as a cross-currency pair. Here,...

Shocking Facts About the GBP/USD Currency Pair

The UK and the USA always had a great relationship and similar economic views. Combining the British and American does not come out as...

All You Need to Know to Start Trading the US Dollar...

Some beginner traders may not have even heard or dealt with the US dollar Index, but the more invested traders are highly likely to...

What is the Best Trading Position? Part V – How to...

So far, our lessons were quite technical, involving a lot of numbers and calculations. Today, however, we wish to show you how your own...

The FX Problems with the USD: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

As one of the major currencies on the globe and a currency that holds such importance for the rest of the world, the USD...

Forex Trader’s Guide to Agricultural Commodities

Agricultural commodities include items that revolve around crops and animals, making them an important source of nourishment for many people and animals in the...

Everything About EUR/CAD Currency Pair

Introduction EURCAD is the abbreviation for the currency pair Euro area’s euro and the Canadian dollar. This is a cross-currency pair, as it does not...

Trading The GBP/SGD Exotic Currency Pair

Introduction To GBP & SGD Pairs

NZD/AED Asset Analysis

NZD/AED is a currency pair where NZD is the currency of New Zealand. On the other hand, the AED is the currency of the...

The Forex Trader’s Guide to Protective Assets

A protective asset is a financial instrument that shows a stable change in price without drops and spikes, regardless of the macroeconomic and geopolitical...

How Much Is Google Worth? A Trader’s Guide to the Search...

I will first comment on the balance sheet and its risks but I hope I will not go too far, as it is a company with few debts, with very strong financial health, and with quite limited risks in my opinion. After this, we will move on to its valuation by multiples, by discounting cash flows, and its valuation of the sum of the parts.

What’s Really Happening With Oil?

Oil price action in the past 5 years has been a headline, especially once the pandemic hit the world. The global activity shrank causing...

The Fundamentals of the Euro (EUR)

The euro (symbol: €/code: EUR) is said to be used by approximately 341 million individuals each day, thus making it the second most-used currency in the world. The currency’s name was formally adopted in 1995 in Madrid upon then President of the European Commission, Jacques Santer, receiving a letter by Belgian Esperantist Germain Pirlot offering the suggestion. Like other currencies, the EUR used to be a commodity currency before becoming a fiat currency in the 1900s.