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ITRADER - INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE
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EURUSD1,08011:46 08.12.16
GBPUSD1,26811:46 08.12.16
EURCHF1,08511:46 08.12.16
USDJPY113,55511:46 08.12.16
AUDUSD0,74911:46 08.12.16
USDCAD1,32211:46 08.12.16
APPLE110,98522:59 07.12.16
GOLD1175,39011:46 08.12.16

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Investing for Beginners: A Guide to Forex Trading

iTrader - Investing for Beginners

If you haven’t traded in foreign currencies before, the thought alone can be daunting. But there shouldn’t be fear when it comes to investing for beginners. Forex trading is fairly straightforward as you’re just trading one currency for another.

These days, there are plenty of online forex brokers and that makes it easy to open a funding account and start trading right away.

You can start trading in currencies with as little as a $100 to start. Further, as deals are usually conducted on a margin basis, you don’t need a million dollars to control your position.  All you need is a fraction of it on deposit with a broker as collateral.

The percentage of your deposit will depend on your location and the broker you decide to go with.

Although engaging in forex trading isn’t too hard, consistently generating profits can take a beginner several years to accomplish. So it’s a good idea to do your homework before you start.

1. Knowledge is Power, Educate Yourself

Any type of investing for beginners starts with education, so make an effort to invest time to learn as much as you can about forex trading. 

There are loads of resources online where you can read about what the experts have to say. By soaking in all that knowledge, you have a good chance of avoiding common mistakes made by novice traders.

2. Clearly Define your Goals

When you sign up with a forex broker and set up a funding account, the temptation can be there to start trading right away. But suppress that urge and figure out where you want to go on your trading journey.

Knowing what you’re trying to achieve right off the bat can help you figure out if the trading methods you’re using can actually help you achieve these goals.

Every method will have its own risk profile and approach, so it’s vital that you understand the methods and what best suits your own unique personality.

3. Develop and Execute a Forex Trading Plan

Once you confirm you investment targets, develop a forex trading plan and test out your objective trade signals.

However, this is the difficult part as you will have to know how to do a technical and fundamental analysis. If you start engaging in this process, you will be making informed trade decisions and not just take a shot in the dark.

As a Rule, Practice Discipline  

Once you have developed a trading plan that works, you have to stick to it. When you’re dealing with money, your emotions can easily take over and cloud your judgment.

So when there are forex market fluctuations, you might get scared or even greedy, but as a rule, always stick to the plan.

Investing for beginners can be a complicated affair, but as long as you have appropriately sized your position and risk tolerance, some traders expect to turn a profit.

Risk warning: Trading Forex and CFDs entails substantial risk of loss and it is possible to lose all your invested capital.
These products may not be suitable for everyone and you should ensure that you understand the risks involved.