What are Commodities?
Commodities are often divided into two major categories – hard and soft commodities. Hard commodities include natural resources ...더 읽어보기
What are Margin and Leverage?
When trading Forex, you need only a small amount of capital to open and maintain a position. This capital is known as margin. For example, i...더 읽어보기
What are Indices?
Indices are a way to measure the performance of a group of assets. It gives you an overview of how a market is performing and helps understa...더 읽어보기
What are Shares?
A company’s capital is divided into small equal units of a finite number. Each unit is known as a share. In simple terms, a share is a perce...더 읽어보기
What determines Share Value?
Share prices are determined once a company decides to go public and its IPO (Initial Public Offering) is released. The company works with in...더 읽어보기
What are the advantages of CFD...
When you trade shares CFDs, you do not buy and own the shares but agree to a contract with the broker to settle the difference in the value ...더 읽어보기
What is Forex?
Forex, also known as foreign exchange, is the process of changing one currency into another. This can be done for a variety of reasons – tou...더 읽어보기
What is a Pip?
A ‘Pip’ is a unit of measurement that expresses the smallest change in the value between two currencies. If EUR/USD moves from 1.1055 to 1.1...더 읽어보기
Which factors influence the Co...
Various factors can affect the prices of commodities and contribute to the fluctuations. Competition: The introduction of better technologie...더 읽어보기
What is Spot Trading?
Spot Trading means buying and selling of assets at the current market price, with the intention of taking delivery of the assets immediately...더 읽어보기