Forex Trading Information

UK Gilts (Bonds)

Gilts, UK Bonds – What you should know

Gilts, are the UK’s equivalent to what we know as Bonds, issued by the UK Government. Bond (or Gilts) rates are an important factor when it comes to the everyday aspects of life ...
Forex Order Execution - NDD & DD Brokers

How are Forex orders executed

For most traders, trading is mostly confined to technical/fundamental analysis and well, the obvious result of executing their orders. Understanding what happens when an order is triggered ...
us-dollar-index

US Dollar Index Chart – What is USDX and How to Trade

Some of the most commonly traded forex currency pairs usually include the USD either as a quote or a base currency. In order to make better trading decisions, trading USD based pairs ...
central-bank-interest-rates

Speculative Trading – Trading the Interest Rates Decisions

While there are many factors that contribute to the price action in forex, only a few events manage to move the markets significantly. Using such opportunities, traders could identify ...
Trading GBP/USD Currency Pair

Trading GBPUSD Currency Pair

The GBP/USD pair is a major currency pair, as it is a cross of the British Pound and the U.S. Dollar. Both are two of the most widely traded currencies across the global, which means ...
Trading GBP/JPY Currency Pair

Trading GBPJPY Currency Pair

The GBP/JPY pair is not a major currency pair, but is a currency cross of the British Pound and the Japanese Yen. Both are two of the most widely traded currencies across the global, ...
Trading GBP/AUD Pair

Trading GBPAUD Currency Pair

The GBP/AUD pair is not a major currency pair, but is a currency cross of the British Pound and the Australian Dollar. Both are two of the most widely traded currencies across the global, ...
Forex Managed Accounts Introduction

Introduction to Forex Managed Accounts

Forex managed accounts offers ‘investors‘ a means to trade the currency markets online without having to actually trade themselves. If you notice, we use the term ‘investor‘ ...