As you may already be aware of, Kawase is being rebranded to Fondex. You can keep your Kawase account up to the 31st December 2018. Upon that date, you will be able to start trading with Fondex.
Kawase has served as a great foundation on which we built Fondex. In the online trading industry, it is important to move with the times and always improve our offering. Hence why we created Fondex, while keeping the key principles that Kawase has been operating under.
Fondex cTrader, our superior, multi award-winning platform allows you to trade over 1000 instruments in 4 different ways:
Trade manually and perform your own analyses, following your own strategy.
Follow 600+ free daily signals provided by Trading Central, in your platform, with the click of a button.
Copy top-performing strategies provided by other traders on Fondex cTrader Copy.
Automate your trades using robots (cBots) on Fondex cTrader Automate.
With Fondex, you can enjoy raw spreads starting from 0.0 pips, low commissions on Forex, Energies and Metals, zero commissions on Shares, Indices, ETFs and Cryptocurrencies, no minimum deposit and unparalleled protection of your funds.
So do you have an account with Kawase and want to move to Fondex? Then follow the simple steps below :
Log in to Fondex cTrader using your existing cTID or your email address.
Click “Activate Account” and upload all necessary documents in order to get your account verified.
Deposit funds and Start Trading.
Announcement from Spotware:
We would like to inform you that cTrader Mobile Beta has been updated to version 3.1 and is available now to download on Google Play and App Store. The new version provides traders with more functionality for charting and order creation. (more…)Full Article
Ethereum, the smaller “Brother of BitCoin”? Smart Contracts, Gas Money, Mining Applications or (Decentralized Apps) that use ETH…
it’s a large topic,
a great description of what is what can be found on the KingPassive Blog.
This guide will teach you everything you need to know about Ethereum.
Depending on the market certain sectors have either direct or indirect effects on the currency, equity, etf, or commodity. In example the DXY or the dollar currency index runs in direct correlation to any pair with USD in its name. FXY for the Yen FXE for the EUR 40% of a stocks price fluctuations are due to the market, 30% to the sector and 30% to the stock itself (more…)Full Article
In post basic experience creating an edge will give you the greatest leverage, keep it simple, there is little need to complicate things; test(back/forward) until you find a system you enjoy using and has worked over at least 200 trades. Once you feel confident regarding the odds being in your favor, paper trade it until your confidence in your system increases. Start small and increase your lot size as your confidence increases, (more…)Full Article
here is another example of “Trade what you see”.
especially in the CFD Realm (which Forex most definitely is, but also inidicies, CFD based stocks, Metals, and other items can be traded this way.Full Article
To say recent history has been an emotional roller-coaster for Bitcoin would be an understatement!
The market opened 2017 at a price of $966.0 and wrapped up the year at $18,960, carving out a whopping 1861.51% gain.
2018, however, has not been so kind. Deteriorating from its 2017 peak just south of the $20,000 mark to lows of $5858.6, the unit wiped approximately 70% off its value, as of current price.
It’s widely thought Satoshi Nakamoto was a pseudonym used by the unknown person(s) who designed Bitcoin. Despite the anonymity, the unit has since evolved into the most capitalized and traded cryptocurrency in the world. Current numbers demonstrate a market cap of over $143 billion. As of writing, 17,290,900 million bitcoins are in circulation, against a presently capped limit of 21 million.Full Article
There is a large confusion about news results and trading them.
Having large orders ready to go seconds after news hit. Can be very profitable.
but never step in the trap that the news results do actually matter in this moment!!
There are a few things you should know and consider about news.Full Article
or in other words, Greed Kills ! as the market will tell you where it will likely to go, not your Profits/Losses!!
why? if you enter late, your position size will be smaller, because you will need a wider stop point (not really a big thing, just the reward is smaller, and the time the trade is “red” may be longer, nothing that can kill us, and in the end ist money being made.
but if you exit too late (or greed makes you stay in the trade),
especially in smaller timeframes, that can have Fatal results.
As widely taught by educators, financial analysts, and other traders, the easiest way to protect ourselves from losses is to use a Stop-Loss order.
A stop-loss order will close your trade at a specific price set by you to limit the loss in case the trade becomes invalid.Full Article