Currency pairs, gold, silver, oil, stock indices available for trading
Tradable: currency pairs, gold, silver, oil, stock indices using Tflow® Forex Strategy
Currency Pairs (as of 25 February 2016)
|USDILS ^||USDHUF ^||EURHUF ^|
^^ New account promotion for Feb - Mar 2016 with $200 trading credit from Axitrader NOW.
Gold, Silver, Oil, Stock Indices, others (as of 25 February 2016)
|*BRENT* Latest||*NATGAS* Latest||*SOYBEAN* Latest||*COFFEE* Latest|
~ Brent Crude, Natural Gas, Soy Bean, Coffee and Cocoa added late Feb 2016.
^ Nasdaq and Euro Stoxx added on 09 February 2016.
# China A50 added on 18 January 2016.
* Nikkei 225 added on 30 November 2015.
Use one method, trade many instruments
Our chosen strategy: Tflow® Forex Strategy
In the Tflow® Forex Strategy Course, participants learn to evaluate market psychology, look at key pillars such as fundamental and technical analysis. There are strategies to pick up as well as ‘live’ trading lessons where participants are exercised on their judgement and looking at how the market is setting up and placing orders. Emphasis is placed on developing a view of where the market is going, deciding what to do with the knowledge and ultimately understanding and taking ownership of the consequences of each trade.
Chosen trading and charting platform: Metatrader 4 aka MT4
Chosen trading instrument: Contracts For Differences or CFDs#
Contracts For Differences are a type of financial trading derivative contract between a buyer and a seller. They allow both parties to speculate on the direction of an underlying instrument using leverage (CFDs are traded on margins). Underlying instruments include forex, stocks, indices, commodities and many others. CFDs are not exchange traded but instead traded over the counter with a CFD provider. Positions do not expire but overnight positions are rolled-over and financing charges may be applied. Appropriately called 'Contracts For Differences', speculators do not intend to take delivery. Instead the difference i.e. profits or losses are settled.
Chosen broker: Any regulated broker (Why is regulation for brokers important?)