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The Foreign Exchange market, also referred to as the "Forex" or "FX" market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average turnover of well over US$1 trillion -- 30 times larger than the combined volume of all U.S. equity markets. Unlike other financial markets, the forex market has no physical location or central exchange. It is an over-the-counter market where buyers and sellers including banks, corporations, and private investors conduct business. A true
24-hour market, Forex trading begins each day in Sydney, and moves around the globe as the business day begins in each financial center, first to Tokyo, London, and New York. Unlike any other financial market, investors can respond to currency fluctuations caused by economic, social and political events at the time they occur - day or night. The huge number and diversity of players involved make it difficult for even governments to control the direction of the market.

The unmatched liquidity and around-the-clock global activity make forex the ideal market for active traders.
Traditionally the forex market was only available to larger entities trading currencies for commercial and investment purposes through banks. Now trading platforms, such as the RF2000TM, allow smaller financial institutions and retail investors access to a similar level of liquidity as the major foreign exchange banks, by offering a gateway to the primary (Interbank) market.

In the forex market currencies are always priced in pairs; therefore all trades result in the simultaneous buying of one currency and the selling of another. The objective of currency trading is to exchange one currency for another in the expectation that the market rate or price will change so that the currency you bought has increased its value relative to the one you sold. If you have bought a currency and the price appreciates in value, the trader must sell the currency back in order to lock in the profit. An open trade or position is one in which a trader has either bought/sold one currency pair and has not sold/bought back the equivalent amount to effectively close the position.

The first currency in the pair is referred to as the base currency, and the second currency is the counter or quote currency. This means that quotes are expressed as a unit of 1 of the first currency quoted per the other currency quoted in the pair.
As with all financial products, FX quotes include a "bid" and "ask". The bid is the price at which a market maker (Realtime Forex) is willing to buy (and clients can sell) the base currency in exchange for the counter currency. The ask is the price at which a market maker (Realtime Forex) will sell (and clients can buy) the base currency in exchange for the counter currency. The difference between the bid and the ask price is referred to as the spread.

Content:
I. Forex Online Trading

    1. What is Forex ?
    2. Technical and Fundamental Analysis
      a. Technical analysis
      b. Fundamental Analysis

    3. Psychology of Trading
    4. Forex vs Equities and Futures
    5. The 8 most important trading recommendations
    6. Why trade Forex with Realtime Forex SA ?

II. Types of Orders

    1. Types of Orders
    2. Market Order
    3. Limit Order
    4. Stop Orders
    5. OCO Order - One Cancels the Other.
    6. IF DONE Order
    7. Loop Order

III. The Basic of Technical Analysis :

    1. Support
    2. Resistance
    3. Trend
    4. Channel
    5. Double top (reversal formation)
    6. Double bottom (reversal formation)
    7. Triangle
    8. Head and Shoulders
    9. Fibonacci

IV. Types of Chart

    1. Introduction
    2. Line Chart
    3. Bar Chart
    4. Candlestick Chart

V. Candlestick

    1. Introduction
    2. Falling Three Methods
    3. Rising Three Methods
    4. Doji
      a. Dragon fly doji (Dragongly)
      b. Gravestone doji (Pagoda
      c. Long-legged doji

    5. Engulfing Patterns
    a. Bearish engulfing lines
    b. Bullish engulfing lines
    6. Hammer
    a. Hanging man
    b. Inverted hammer and shooting star
    7. Harami
    a. Bearish Harami
    b. Bullish Harami
    c. Bearish Harami cross or Bearish Harami doji
    d. Bullish Harami cross or Bullish Harami doji
    8. Long white (empty) line
    9. Long black (filled-in) line
    10. Doji
    a. Bullish doji star
    b. Bearish doji star
    c. Evening star
    d. Evening Doji star
    e. Morning Star
    f. Morning Doji star
    11. Three Black Crows
    12. Three White Soldiers

VI. Technical Indicators
1. Average True Range – ATR
2. BOLLINGER BAND
3. CCI – Commodity Channel Index
4. Linear Regression
5. MACD - Moving Average Convergence Divergence
6. Momentum
7. MOVING AVERAGE
8. PARABOLIC TIME PRICE - SAR
9. ROC – Rate of Change
10. RSI – Relative Strength Index
11. Slow Stochastic
12. Standard Deviation
13. STOCHASTIC
14. WILIAMS %R
VII. Spot and Forward Trading
1. Spot
2. Bid/Offer
3. Forward Outright
4. FX Swap
5. Premium/Discount
6. Calculating Premium and Discount
VIII. Economic Indicators
1. APICS SURVEY
2. BANK RESERVE SETTLEMENT
3. BUSINESS INVENTORIES
4.CHAIN STORES SALES
5. CONSTRUCTION SPENDING
6. CONSUMER CONFIDENCE
7. CONSUMER CREDIT
8. CONSUMER SENTIMENT
9. CPI (Consumer Price Index)
10. CURRENT ACCOUNT
11. DURABLE GOODS ORDERS
12. EXISTING HOME SALES
13. FACTORY ORDERS
14. GDP (GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT)
15. HICP (Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices)
16. HOUSING STARTS
17. IFO Business Climate in industry and trade
18. IMPORT AND EXPORT PRICES
19. INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND CAPACITY UTILIZATION
20. INTERNATIONAL TRADE
21. ISM (Institute for Supply Management)
22. JOBLESS CLAIMS
23. LEADING INDICATORS
24. MONEY SUPPLY
25. NEW HOME SALES
26. NONFARM PAYROLL
27. PERSONAL INCOME
28. PHILADELPHIA FED SURVEY
29. PPI (Producer Price Index)
30. RETAIL SALES
31. RPI (Retail Prices Index)
32. UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
33. ZEW

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