Why Trade Forex?
Trade one of the world’s largest markets…
With an expanding global economy, you may already be currency trading without realizing it. Every time you purchase a foreign product, you have traded the value of your currency for the exchange traded value of the foreign product. Believe it or not, that is a simplified explanation of the basic process of Forex trading.
In the Forex, banks, investment firms, large corporations and individual traders buy and sell world currencies such as the Euro, British Pound, Swiss Franc, and Japanese Yen in exchange for the value of another currency. The Forex market has long been recognized as an uncommon investment opportunity by major banks and financial institutions.
The Foreign Currency Exchange market, commonly referred to as the Forex, is one of the largest markets in the world trading in excess of $2 trillion per day. It’s bigger than all the world’s combined stock markets and is more liquid… meaning, you can get in and out of your trade positions at any time the market is open.
You might ask, “Why trade the Forex?” You can trade almost anytime that is best for you. The Forex is open 24 hours a day from Sunday evening through Friday afternoon.
Forex trading is a speculative endeavor that requires proper training, education, discipline, confidence, risk and money management skills. Developing a trading system matched to your trading style requires more than technical indicators, trends, and market analysis; it also requires mental and emotional discipline.
The most important asset a trader can have is knowledge. That’s why we try to provide our clients with an exceptional educational experience using innovative, interactive access to top notch, experienced traders and developers. We strive to help you make more informed trading decisions and put you on a clearer path to trade to reach your trading goals.
Become a student of the Forex market and the economic events that affect it. Those who have mastered a trading method and established the principles required to be a confident trader will enjoy the benefits of their discipline. At Day Trade Forex, LLC, we want to assist each trader by providing an efficient trading platform, valuable market information, and effective strategies.
Metatrader 4 Trading Platform
MetaTrader 4 is one of the most innovative and powerful trading platforms, designed to provide brokerage services to customers in the Forex, CFD, and Futures markets.
It combines an accessible, user-friendly interface with a wide range of powerful functions, making it a highly flexible platform that enables you to easily and efficiently manage trades even on mobile devices.
MetaTrader 4, with its compelling competitive advantages, makes the perfect solution to the most demanding trading needs.
The MetaQuotes Language 4 is the built-in “open source” code that allows the programming of :
- Expert Advisors – Automated programs designed to analyze the market, make decisions based on programmed criteria, execute various orders,and manage open positions automatically online with a trader’s participation.
- Custom Indicators – Technical indicators developed to analyze market conditions in a variety of ways, and some custom indicators generate signals to notify of potential trading conditions.
- Scripts – Designed for single execution of specific actions.
NFA Required Disclaimer: Forex trading may not be suitable for all customers. Forex trading involves a substantial risk of loss. Simulated conditions may differ from real conditions and traders should not necessarily expect the same results from live trading.
DISCLAIMER: The information on this site is for educational purposes only. Trading is risky and is not suitable for everyone. Only risk capital should be used. Purchase of this trading system implies agreement that you are responsible for your results and agree to hold everyone else harmless if you lose money or anything else.
No representation is being made that any account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those discussed on this website. The past performance of any trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results.