Loyalty Deposit Bonus Up to 30% of Deposit

This Bonus is available for both new and existing clients. We are giving away bonus for every deposit you made within this promotion period!

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Terms And Conditions:

1. Loyalty Deposit Bonus is available for all new and existing clients for every deposit made within the promotion period.

New clients who have been entitled for Welcome Deposit Bonus are not entitled to receive Loyalty Deposit Bonus at the same time.

2.You will receive loyalty deposit bonus up to 30% of each deposit. Continue reading

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Get Your Welcome Deposit Bonus 30%

Welcome Deposit Bonus is available for new clients for every deposit made within 10 business days after account opening date. Each deposit you made will get 30% deposit bonus. Example: If you make deposit $1000, you will get $300 deposit bonus that you can use for trade and withdraw later. You must claim your Welcome Deposit Bonus within the first 5 business days from the date of each deposit date.

Terms And Conditions:

1. Welcome Deposit Bonus is available for new clients for every deposit made within 10 business days after account opening date.

2. You must claim your Welcome Deposit Bonus within the first 5 business days from the date of each deposit date. Continue reading

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Trading Terminology

Traders often chat with one another about a variety of topics related to financial markets, giving their perspectives and discussing trading ideas and current moves on the markets. While communicating with each other they often use slang to express their thoughts in a shorter form/trading terminology. Some of the most popular slang is listed below.

Asset Allocation: Dividing instrument funds among markets to achieve diversification or maximum return.

Bearish: A market view that anticipates lower prices.

Bullish: A market view that anticipates higher prices.

Chartist: An individual who studies graphs and charts of historic data to find trends and predict trend reversals.

Counterparty: The other organization or party with whom trading is being transacted.

Day Trader: Speculator who takes positions in instruments which are liquidated prior to the close of the same trading day.

Economic Indicator: A statistics which indicates economic growth rates and trends such as retail sales and employment.

Exotic: A less broadly traded market instrument.

Fast Market: Rapid movement in a market caused by strong interest by buyers and / or sellers.

Fed: The U.S. Federal Reserve. FDIC membership is compulsory for Federal Reserve members.

GDP: Total value of a country’s output, income or expenditure produced within the country’s physical borders.

Liquidity: The ability of a market to accept large transactions.

Resistance Level: A price which is likely to result in a rebound but if broken may result in a significant price movement.

Spread: The difference between the bid and ask price of a market instrument.

Support Levels: When a price depreciates or appreciates to a level where analysis suggests that the price will rebound.

Thin Market: A market in which trading volume is low and in which consequently spread is wide and the liquidity is low.

Volatility: A measure of the amount by which an asset price is expected to fluctuate over a given period.

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General Trading Guidelines

Here is some general trading guidelines that you need to know.

Plan your trade and trade your plan: You must have a trading plan to succeed. A trading plan should consist of a position, why you enter, stop loss point, profit taking level, plus a sound money management strategy. A good plan will remove all the emotions from your trades.

The trend is your friend: Do not buck the trend. When the market is bullish, go long. On the reverse, if the market is bearish, you short. Never go against the trend.

Focus on capital preservation: This is the most important step that you must take when you deal with your trading capital. You main goal is to preserve the capital. Do not trade more than 10% of your deposit in a single trade. For example, if your total deposit is $10,000, every trade should limit to $1000. If you don’t do this, you’ll be out of the market very soon. Continue reading

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