Learn / Learn to Trade

Learn to Trade

Access the basics of trading fundamentals.
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What is Forex trading?

Forex trading is dynamic but often volatile market, trading some of the world’s most liquid assets.

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What are CFDs?

Leveraging CFD instrument in your trading and how different CFD trading strategies can be utilised.

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What is Day Trading?

A style of speculation in which a trader buys and sells a financial instrument within the same trading trading day.

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What is Gold Trading?

Gold is one of the world’s most popular asset types, favoured by investors of all shapes and sizes

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Forex Charts

The two basic charts that most investors and traders use are the line chart and the candlestick chart.

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What are indices?

A stock index is made up of stocks grouped together to represent a particular slice of the economy.

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What are Commodities?

Commodities are materials pople for consumption or industrial production.

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What is Cryptocurrency?

A type of virtual currency, that’s encoded in cryptography and supported by a decentralized network called a blockchain.

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Trading Strategies

Set your objectives, strategise how you will achive them using tried and tested methods and set your limits in advance to mitigate losses.

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What is Leverage?

Leverage lets you control more significant trading positions while using less of your own money.

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The Importance of Breakouts

Support and resistance areas tell you where the bulls or bears bouht and sold; where either ide determined a price threshold at a given time.

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Position Sizing

The manner in which you strategically chose the weight of your asset holding, is simply a form of risk management.

There is a high level of risk in Margined Transaction products, as Contract for Difference (CFDs) are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to the leverage. Trading CFDs may not be suitable for all traders as it could result in the loss of the total deposit or incur a negative balance; only use risk capital.

ATC Brokers Limited (United Kingdom) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 591361).

ATC Brokers Limited (Cayman Islands) is authorised and regulated by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (FRN 1448274).

Prior to trading any CFD products, review all the terms and conditions and you should seek advice from an independent and suitably licensed financial advisor and ensure that you have the risk appetite, relevant experience and knowledge before you decide to trade. Under no circumstances shall ATC Brokers Limited have any liability to any person or entity for any loss or damage in whole or part cause by, resulting from, or relating to any transactions related to CFDs.

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United States applicants will need to qualify as an Eligible Contract Participant as defined in the Commodity Exchange Act §1a(18), by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for the application to be considered.

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