Forex Guides



Welcome to the InvestinGoal section dedicated to Forex Guides. Maybe you’ve already heard of this market, or you’re already an expert, and maybe you’ve already been working with the Forex market for a while. Or, you've never heard of it. It doesn’t matter.

Here, we will show you everything you need to know to find out how Forex works, and how to find your way in this vast universe. Even a forex trader might find some useful and practical information here. Scrolling through this section to find out all our contents on the Forex market is really worth it: the history of forex, how forex works, who participates, what are the rules, how to invest in forex, trader types, order types, how spread works, and much, much more.

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The Buy long – Sell short operations in Forex

The Buy long – Sell short operations in Forex

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides When trading, a forex trader will buy or sell or, to put it in the jargon, will go long or short on a determined underlying, which for the foreign exchange market will be a currency pair. With this lesson we will focus on...
The various types of Forex Trader

The various types of Forex Trader

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides In Social Trading (or, as it was called at the beginning, Mirror or Copy Trading, discover the differences here) one of the main figures is the trader, also called Signal Provider, ie the person who provides the trading...
Forex Course: Summary and Conclusions

Forex Course: Summary and Conclusions

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides Now that you’ve learned all the technical characteristics of the Forex market, that you know its participants and what you can do within it, I would say we can conclude this course. As you have discovered, the...
Forex Order Types

Forex Order Types

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides The trading orders in Forex are those commands that are given to the broker via a telephone or, as is primarily done today, via a connected computer. The order family is divided into two major groups: market orders and...
Trading modalities in Forex Market

Trading modalities in Forex Market

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides As mentioned in previous lessons, Forex is the market where you trade with currencies. In Forex, the financial instruments used to invest are: The spot; The Future; The Options; The ETFs (Exchange-Trade Funds). Trading in...
How margin works in Forex

How margin works in Forex

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides Forex is a market where there’s not the actual delivery of the purchased goods, or to put it in technical terms of the underlying. In Forex you operate with margin. Margin or delivery of the underlying For instance, in a...
The Forex leverage

The Forex leverage

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides Now that we know how pips and spread work, and how we can buy or sell via brokers, we miss to understand how quantities work in Forex market. For this topic we will go primarily to deepen the concept of forex leverage. Some...
Who is and what does a Forex broker do

Who is and what does a Forex broker do

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides Let’s suppose you’re ready to take your first step on the Forex market. Before you decide which particular currency exchange to use for the transaction, before you even decide whether to want to buy or sell, first of...
How Forex Spread works

How Forex Spread works

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides One of the word you often hear in the finance, investment and market fields is definitely the term “Spread”. This word doesn’t mean anything but “difference” or “differential”, but based on the scope...
The Pip: the Forex unit of measurement

The Pip: the Forex unit of measurement

InvestinGoal » Forex Secrets » Forex Guides You have seen previously that the exchange rate value between Euro and Dollar was expressed with a 5 digit number, one before, and four after the comma, for example 1.3020. But how do we express the value changes of a...
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