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Lesson1

Forex Trading for Beginners

Lesson2

What is Technical and Fundamental Analysis

Lesson3

How to create a Trading System

Lesson4

Trading Psychology

Lesson5

Forex Risk Management

Lesson6

Margin, Leverage and Stop Outs

Lesson7

Trend, Range, Scalping and Breakouts

Lesson8

Technical Analysis Tutorial

Lesson9

Japanese Candlesticks Tutorial

Lesson10

Support, Resistance Levels and Trend Line Tutorial

Lesson11

Multiple Time Frame Analysis

Lesson12

Chart Patterns

Lesson13

Trading with Moving Averages

Lesson14

ADX, SAR & RSI Indicators

Lesson15

Bollinger Bands Indicator

Lesson16

Average True Range

Lesson17

Stochastic Oscillator

Lesson18

Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)

Lesson19

Elliot Wave Theory

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Deposits & Withdrawals

Trading Questions

  1. Base Currency

    The base currency or primary currency is the first currency that is quoted in a currency pair. For example with the EUR/USD currency pair, the Euro in this case would be called the base currency.

  2. Bid/Ask Price

    The Bid /Ask price is a two way price quote which shows the best price which an asset can be bought or sold at any particular point of time. In Forex trading, the Bid price is the price which a forex broker is willing to BUY from you. In other words, this is the price that you would get when you SELL a currency pair. On the other hand, the Ask price is the price which a forex broker is willing to sell a currency pair for. In short, this is the price that you get when you BUY a currency pair. An example of a Bid/Ask price of the EUR/USD is 1.3392/1.3395.

  3. Cross Rate

    The cross rate is the exchange rate of two currencies both of which are not the legal tender of the country which the quote is given in. For example, the AUD/JPY quote in the British Financial Times newspaper will be regarded as a cross rate in this context. Often times, the cross rate is also used to refer to quotes which does not include the USD.

  4. ECN Broker

    An ECN broker is a forex broker that is able to provide their clients with direct market access using the electronic communications networks (ECNs) to other market participants. The role of the broker here is just to match trades between the various market participants. Spreads provided by an ECN broker are tighter and because of this they normally charge a fixed commission for every trade.

  5. Expert Advisors (EAs)

    Sometimes known as a Trading robot or automated trading systems, EAs are scripts which are used to automate the trading process. The advantage of using EAs is the fact that they take the emotional aspect of trading out of the equation.

  6. Forex Spot Rate

    The forex rate which a currency pair can be bought or sold at any current time is known as the Spot Rate. It differs from the “Forward Rate” which seeks to compare the value of currencies at a future date. The spot rate also calls for delivery and settlement of a trade within two business days. However in practice, trades are normally “reset” by the forex broker by closing and reopening the trade prior to its deadline.

  7. Going Short/Going Long

    Going Short and Long both refer to the market position that a trader is taking. If the trader believes that the price of the currency pair is going to fall, he can take a “short” market position by selling the currency. The strategy if the price does fall, is that the trader can buy the currency back at a lower price and hence make a profit. The reverse is true when the trader decides to holds a “long” market position. Here, he will buy and hold the currency hoping for the price to increase and then sell for a profit.

  8. Leverage

    Leverage in forex trading means you can increase the amount that you want to invest by using “borrowed” money from the broker. For example, if your broker provides you with 1:500 leveraging ratio, this mean with $1000, you can make an investment equivalent to $500,000 ($1000 x 500). It is only in the forex trading industry that a trader can increase his investment capital by a factor of several hundred times.

  9. Pip

    A pip is the abbreviation for the term “Percentage in Point”. It represents the smallest possible fluctuation that a currency can make. This is depicted by the change in last number in the four decimal place price quote. For example, if the EUR/USD is quoted at 1.2000, a rise of 5 pips means the new quote would be 1.2005.

  10. Quote Currency

    As known as the “counter” currency, the quote currency represents the second currency in a currency pair quote. For example, if we look at the EUR/USD quote, the USD here will represent the quote currency. Exchange rates are quoted in the format showing how much quote currency can be bought with one unit of the base currency.

  11. Rollover

    In forex trading, rollover refers to moving a spot forex position that is due to be settled to the next settlement date. When a forex position is rolled over, traders will incur a rollover charge. The fee that traders have to pay to rollover a position is due to the differing interest rates between the two currencies in a currency pair. This is why sometimes instead of paying a rollover debit, traders gain from a rollover credit.

  12. Scalping

    Scalping is a form of trading whereby a trader buys a currency pair only to hold it for a very short period of time just to earn a small profit for each transaction. Because of the small of profit earned for each trade, to make it worthwhile, scalpers have to trade a large number of trades to earn a decent overall profit.

  13. Spreads

    With forex trading, forex brokers normally do not charge traders any commissions for their services. Instead, what they earn from you is a “spread”. The spread is the difference between the Bid (Buying) and Offer (Selling) prices. For example, if a broker offers the EUR/USD with the Bid price at 1.2000 and Offer price at 1.197, this mean the spread is 3 pips.

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  1. What security do I have when trading with StoxMarket?

    StoxMarket works with many local banks. You can view a complete list of banks within your account area and choose whichever one is best-suited for you.

  2. When was StoxMarket founded?

    StoxMarket was founded in 2013 by a group of professional traders, investment managers and software engineers.

  3. How does StoxMarket determine its pricing structure?

    StoxMarket works closely with major banks and financial institutions operating in the forex industry. By working with several leading banks, StoxMarket is able to obtain the best Bid and Ask price on behalf of clients. Working with top-tiered banks allows StoxMarket to offer the most liquid, accurate, cost-effective and secure solutions for our customers.

  4. What type of trading accounts does StoxMarket offer?

    StoxMarket offers 3 types of trading accounts: Silver, Gold and VIP. To learn more about account types, please visit the Accounts page.

  5. I’m a novice forex trader. Can I use StoxMarket?

    From beginners to professionals, StoxMarket services all levels of forex traders! Providing 24/7, multi-lingual support, StoxMarket offers a flexible platform with powerful tools to assist you in all your online trading needs.

  1. If I choose to send wire transfers. Who should I send it to?

    StoxMarket works with many local banks. You can view a complete list of banks within your account area and choose whichever one is best-suited for you.

  2. Which payment methods can I use to deposit funds into my account?

    StoxMarket accepts a wide variety of payment methods, such as:

    1. Credit/ Debit card (Visa, MasterCard or Diners Club)
    2. Fast Wire Transfer
    3. Webmoney
    4. Local Payment Methods

    For a full list of payment methods please login to your account and go to the deposit page.

  3. What is the minimum deposit amount for online trading with StoxMarket?

    The minimum amount to open a StoxMarket account is $/€/£ 250.

  4. Is there a deposit fee?

    StoxMarket does not charge clients when they deposit funds into their accounts. However, we recommend you check with your bank or credit card company for any money transfer costs and / or extra charges.

    Please Note: if a client deposits over $2,500, any transfer fees will be covered by StoxMarket.

  5. When will my funds appear in my account?

    The time it takes for funds to appear in your account may vary depending on the deposit method used:

    1. Credit/ Debit Cards take approximately 24 hours to process (from time of receipt)
    2. Wire Transfer Deposits take approximately 1 – 2 business days to process (from time of receipt)
  6. How do I withdraw funds from my account?

    In order to withdraw funds you can either log in to your account and select the “Withdraw Funds” tab and follow the instructions there or fill out a withdrawal request form. You can also scan and email the request form to: support@StoxMarket.com

    In order to process your withdrawal request in a quick and efficient manner, please refer to the following guidelines:

    1. Funds can be transferred directly to your bank account by wire transfer or returned to your credit card. However, a withdrawal can only be made using the exact same method you used for depositing.For example, if you deposited using a specific credit card, your funds can only be returned to that same credit card.
    2. Withdrawal requests are usually processed within three business days of receipt of all required documentation.
    3. In order to withdraw funds from your account you must maintain your margin requirements in case you have open positions. If you request a withdrawal of funds from your account and we cannot comply without closing some part of your open positions, we will not be able to fulfill your request until you have closed sufficient positions to enable your withdrawal.

    Please Note: in compliance with anti-money laundering regulations, StoxMarket is allowed to transfer funds only to an account bearing your name. StoxMarket may require additional information or documentation prior to releasing funds to your account.

  7. Does StoxMarket charge any deposit or withdrawal fees?

    StoxMarket does not charge any deposit or withdrawal fees. However, please keep in mind that some banks might charge transaction fees. These fees are not covered by StoxMarket.

    Please note: any bank fees incurred by VIP clients are covered by StoxMarket.

  8. If I withdraw funds, how long does it take to receive the money?

    We work hard to make sure your funds are transferred in a prompt and efficient manner.

    Regular money transfers normally take approximately three to six business days for approval; however, please keep in mind that there are several factors which might affect the speed in which your account is credited/ debited.

    These factors include, but are not limited to, the specific service you use to wire/ request funds.

    Approved wire transfer withdrawals are forwarded to our bank on the day of their approval and are usually sent out from our bank on the same day.

    Wire transfers often make their way between several banks in several countries, and this can take a little longer as foreign financial institutions usually require a few working days to remit funds around the world.

    Once processed, for any withdrawal via bank wire transfer or credit card, please allow up to 7 business days for the funds to reach your bank account.

    Please note: in compliance with anti-money laundering regulations, StoxMarket is allowed to transfer funds only to an account bearing your name. StoxMarket may require additional information or documentation prior to releasing funds to your account.

  9. Can I withdraw my bonus?

    Bonus Requirement:

    In order to withdraw your bonus you must execute a minimum trading volume of $10,000 for every $1 bonus. For example, if you received a $100 bonus you will need to have a minimum trading volume of $1,000,000 in order to withdraw your bonus.

    Please note: you may withdraw funds from your account before reaching the minimum trading volume; however, by doing so you forfeit the bonus amount.

  10. Who can help me with questions about my account and/ or withdrawals?

    Your Account Manager is ready to help you with any questions you might have. To obtain a quick response, you can reach your Account Manager via email or telephone. If your Account Manager is unavailable, our highly trained support team will be on hand to answer your questions. Rest assured that there is always a staff member available to take care of all your needs. Feel free to contact us at anytime.

  1. How many trading platforms are available?

    StoxMarket offers 4 trading platforms:

    1. MetaTrader 4: take advantage of one-click, at-best order execution, advanced technical analysis and unmatched automation capabilities!
    2. StoxMarket WebTrader: a user friendly web platform which synchronizes all trades with your MT4 account.
    3. StoxMarket Mobile Trader: a state-of-the-art platform developed using HTML 5. Market Mobile Trader is compatible with Smartphones that support HTML 5.
    4. StoxMarket Tablet Trader: a tablet optimized trading platform fully synchronized with your MT4 account.

    To learn more about the trading platforms, please visit the Trading Platforms page.

  2. What are the recommended system requirements for using StoxMarket trading platform?

    The recommended PC requirements are:

    Computer: Intel Pentium IV 3.0GHz, 512 MB RAM, or higher

    Monitor: A minimum resolution of 800×600 pixels

    Operating system: Microsoft Windows XP, Windows 2000

    Web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.X

    Internet connection: Broadband internet connection with a min 1.5 MB download speed

    Note: Systems that do not meet these requirements may experience limited functionality.

  3. Do I have trailing Stop and OCO options?

    Yes. Our professional trading platform offers an extensive set of features and powerful tools to help assist both novice and professional traders.

  4. What is Trailing Stop?

    A Trailing Stop is a stop-loss order that automatically adjusts itself as the market rate moves in the direction of your open position. The trailing price literally trails behind rising prices, allowing you to capture more profits while ensuring that if prices suddenly drop you are still protected by the automatic Stop-Loss order.

    Important Note for MetaTrader 4 Platform: Since Trailing Stop works on the client terminal side, unlike Stop Loss and Take Profit, that work on the server side, it won’t work if the client terminal is closed. If the client terminal is closed, only Stop Loss that was placed by Trailing Stop before the terminal was closed, can trigger.

  5. What does OCO stands for?

    OCO stands for One Cancels the Other and is a contingent order providing that one part of the order is cancelled if the other part is executed.

    To learn more about our trading platform, please visit the Trading Platform page.

  6. Can I change the layout of StoxMarket trading platform?

    Yes. Once you have logged-in to StoxMarket trading platform you can customize the platform’s layout according to your personal preferences. This enables you to organize windows, add charts and create new workspaces.

  7. When is the forex market open for trading?

    The Forex market is open for trading 24 hours a day, five days a week. The market opens on Sunday evening at 22:00 GMT when Asian markets open, and concludes on Friday night when the New York markets close.

  8. What is the rollover?

    A rollover is when interest is paid or deducted from open positions. Trading currencies always involves two different currencies with their own individual interest rate. When you buy a currency that has a higher interest rate than the sold currency, you will be paid interest. However, when you buy a currency with a lower interest rate than the sold currency you will pay interest, and money will be deducted from your account. A rollover applies only to overnight trades.

Lesson1 -

Forex Trading for Beginners

Lesson2 -

What is Technical and Fundamental Analysis

Lesson3 -

How to create a Trading System

Lesson4 -

Trading Psychology

Lesson5 -

Forex Risk Management

Lesson6 -

Margin, Leverage and Stop Outs

Lesson7 -

Trend, Range, Scalping and Breakouts

Lesson8 -

Technical Analysis Tutorial

Lesson9 -

Japanese Candlesticks Tutorial

Lesson10 -

Support, Resistance Levels and Trend Line Tutorial

Lesson11 -

Multiple Time Frame Analysis

Lesson12 -

Chart Patterns

Lesson13 -

Trading with Moving Averages

Lesson14 -

ADX, SAR & RSI Indicators

Lesson15 -

Bollinger Bands Indicator

Lesson16 -

Average True Range

Lesson17 -

Stochastic Oscillator

Lesson18 -

Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)

Lesson19 -

Elliot Wave Theory

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