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Introduction to forex Five step trading guide Choosing a forex broker
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Advice for beginners

The foreign exchange market (Forex) is one of the most active financial markets, where billions of dollars are being circulated on a daily basis. One of the main advantages associated with the Forex market compared to other financial markets, is the ease of entry into the market.

Choose a broker (there are many retail Forex Market Makers available online), open an account and start trading. It’s so simple!

It is important to keep in mind that financial trading comes with great rewards but also risks.These risks have to be taken into consideration by all traders especially beginners. 

At first, trading may sound easy, simply buy when the price is low and sell when the price is high. If that was the case then we would all be millionaires. However, to be successful you need to do your home work. Do the necessary research that will help you build rules that will govern and guide the way you trade. Learn the basics, follow the market, be up to date with the news, politics, business and knowledge on basic economics that can affect the financial markets. 

It is a fact that new traders are likely to lose money before eventually be profitable. 

We strongly recommends that all new traders invest time to get some basic knowledge and education before going into trading live. You don’t turn to professional trader from one day to the other. It will take time, hard work and consistency and don’t always expect a mellow ride. Trading has it’s up’s and down’s. Afterall tha’t what makes it exciting! 

However, that should not be a reason to get discouraged because you can still make money even if you are not a professional trader. All you need is to have the patience to learn.

The following steps are a guide that will help you minimize the risks of failing when getting into trading.