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Below is what you need to know about Forex if you aren't completely sure on it.
When you read the newspaper or watch the news and you see the shock with which financial markets initially greeted the Brexit outcome, potential referendums and potentially expedited elections what does it mean for you?
There are people that see that news and they know it means they can make money.
When the markets move and the news changes, do you have a money expert you can call? Do you have a financial expert who can tell you were to put your money?
It’s time to invest like the big cats in the city, over the last two weeks Brokers reported trading volumes up fourfold, with the vast majority of trades being purchases. Most popular were shares offering the promise of dividend income such as Barclays, Lloyds and housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.
What this means in plain English “thousands of people made millions of pounds in the last few weeks”
Are you missing out?
It’s time to invest in the largest market in the world, the Forex market. With its 5 trillion a day trading volume it is about sixty times larger than the daily trade volume of the New York Stock Exchange.
10 reasons to invest in Forex?
1. High Liquidity
2. High Returns
3. High Leverage
4. Small Initial Investment
5. Easy to Learn
6. Trade on your own time without leaving your full time job
7. 24 Hours a Day Market
8. Hundreds of Pairs and Crosses to choose from
9. Make Profit on Daily Basis Closing Your Positions at Night
10. The potential is endless
When most people think Traders they usually think about it being lucrative and highly risky, it is this high risk that lends people to think it would be good to do but most chose the safer option of the bank.
But is it really?
When it comes to MONEY many individuals feel safer dealing with the banks, they feel there is a security and little risk, however for banks in particular, the effect of the Brexit vote has been toxic. This isn’t the first time it’s happened in the last 10 years we have seen Chesham Building Society; Northern Rock go bust in the last month a lone The Bank of England has already hinted in the strongest terms that it will cut Bank Rate in the face of falling growth – something which will make it harder for banks to operate at a profit.
So are Banks really the best choice to invest, protect and keep your money? Do you remember the HSBC’s meltdown in 2015 that left business customers unable to pay salaries or suppliers, or RBS technological banking glitch on one of the busiest online shopping days of the year left millions of shoppers unable to pay for transactions using their credit or debit cards?
Forex allows you to trade money, commodities even precious metals are part of the mix too so you can add that to your trading arsenal, like silver or gold. It is also true that forex is easier to trade. Stock trading can be very difficult because if you wish to do it properly you need to do a lot of work, analysing markets, sectors, industries, companies, digging through financial statements, listening to earnings calls. This can take years of learning and practice.
Now I know what you're thinking, too good to be true. The catch is that it takes time and dedication to be REALLY good. So don't get caught up in these online demo accounts, Youtube and tutorials you find online cheap. The thing is you won't be able to learn anything valuable from these. You need to be among the traders, learn from the best - face to face and talk with others who are in your position.
That is the best way to learn. This is not an event, we just want to speak with those who may be interested in Forex! Contact us to find out more!
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