The best currency pairs to trade
Round-the-clock trading in the financial market does not stop 5 days a week.
Most common mistakes in algorithmic trading
Algorithmic trading becomes increasingly popular not only among professional traders but also among beginners.
Terms and conditions of employment with FTMO
Having completed all stages of the FTMO Challenge test, a trader can manage private funds, provided a certain stable profit is made.
The coronavirus snaps an 11-year growth streak in financial markets
Following the latest news about the spread of the coronavirus and the ban on flights between the United States and Europe, a bearish trend has taken over on the financial market.
Bitcoin may fall to $10,000, but it is too early to panic
On Tuesday (June 24, 2021), the main digital currency crashed below the $30,000 level, and most analysts are convinced that the current quarter will be the most difficult for the crypto market since 2018.
The founders of the Africrypt crypto exchange disappeared along with their users' bitcoins
In the middle of spring, the creators of the South African crypto exchange faced their first problem – the investment platform stopped working due to an alleged hacker attack.
What is a Buy Limit order in Forex and how to use it?
To obtain the desired result from trading in the financial market, each trader needs to develop his or her own strategy.
India may introduce a law banning cryptocurrency trading
Most Asian countries support the use of virtual gold and believe that it has great potential. However, India will very likely choose a different path of development for itself.
What is scalping in Forex: all the pros and cons
Acquaintance with the financial market gives all the beginners an understanding that in order to trade successfully and increase their funds, they need to choose one or several efficient strategies that suit their trading styles.
Elon Musk's unexpected statement crashed the crypto market
Today (May 13, 2021), the capitalization of the entire cryptocurrency market has fallen by 12 percent, minus over $365 billion.