What is Forex?

Forex refers to all of the international markets where foreign exchange is traded, using the exchange rate between a country's currency and another country's currency. Forex market is one of the largest markets in the world that offers its investors the opportunity to trade with leverage.

Briefly : it is an international foreign exchange market that is traded on the internet platform..

Advantages of Forex

24/7 processing opportunity

You can access the meta trader from anywhere with the internet and make transactions on the weekend.

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High Volume and Liquidity

Own a market expanded by thousands of traders on the Forex market.

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Leverage

Allows you to trade on a certain amount of your deposit.

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Ability to control Profit and Loss

Stop your trades in the dynamics you target by placing automatic orders.

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Automatic orders

When your targeted pair reaches the estimated amount, start automatic trading.

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Low Buy-Sell Spreads

Due to low trading rates don't lose small amounts of commissions

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Two Way Profit

If you wish, make a profit by opening a sales or buying transaction.

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More than 700 items

Find your favorite currency and win thanks to more than 700 products available on the Meta trader.

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World Stock Exchange

You can easily access all exchanges in the world from one place.

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Some Terms

Leverage (margin rates)

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The most important advantage that makes the Forex market attractive is the leverage factor. Leverage enables the investor to trade a certain amount above the amount invested in the Forex market.

Parity

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The value of a country's currency against another country's currency is called parity. Likewise, when we express the value of a currency, we say its value against another currency.

Stocks

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Stocks are valuable documents issued by joint stock companies and representing the capital share ( APPLE, FACEBOOK, LOREAL)

Comodities

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It is the name given to all commodities such as gold, silver, petroleum, natural gas, copper, cotton, corn, wheat, sugar, coffee that are subject to trade.