In the previous course, we started off by understanding what Forex Market is actually about and went on until the concepts related to margin trading. Thank you for the fantastic response to the Course 1.0. Now, its time to step up our learning a bit and move to the next level.
In this course, we shall be discussing two of the most important topics. They are
✫ Types of Analysis
If we see back in the ’90s, it was pretty difficult to participate in the retail Forex market due to its high transaction costs. Also, there were many restrictions put up by the government to the people who wanted to participate in the Forex market. However, as time passed, the CFTC (Commodities Futures Trade Commission), a U.S. regulatory agency, decided to bring an end to these complications. So, they passed a couple of bills – the ‘Commodity Exchange Act’ and the ‘Commodity Futures Modernization Act,’ which opened doors for online Forex brokers to ease the process for retail traders.
Then, with the introduction to the world wide web, it became extremely easy for small retail traders to open a forex trading account. Moreover, with an exceptional demand, thousands of Forex brokers came up to benefit from the booming Forex industry as well.
Coming to the present day, we learned about the Margin trading facility provided by the brokers. Now it is time to understand the different types of Brokers in the foreign exchange market. Hence, in this course, we shall go over everything you need to know about Forex Brokers.
Types of Analysis
In the second installment of the course, we will understand a very vital topic, which is on Types of Market analysis. Broadly speaking, there are three ways to analyze the market.
✔︎ Technical Analysis – This analysis is the study of price movement using trading tools like charts and indicators.
✔︎ Fundamental Analysis – It is the analysis of currency by considering its social, political, and economic factors.
✔︎ Sentiment Analysis – Are you under the impression that Forex market analysis is all about numbers and math? That is true to a great extent. But, on top of all those complex numbers, Forex has a close relation with human psychology too. In this type of analysis, traders understand the sentiment of other traders and try predicting the future of the market.
In this course, we will present all the types of analyses mentioned above. By the end of this course, you will also be able to understand how to combine all of these analyses and make your trades more holistic. The format will be similar to that of Course 1.0. A concept will be explained clearly in less than 500 words, and at the end of the course, you can check your learnings by taking a quick 4 – 5 question quiz.
We will start Course 2.0 by understanding the types of Brokers existing in the Forex Market. Are you excited to learn more? Stay tuned for the most amazing, simple, and informative content. Cheers!