Foreign Exchange Trader
This article was co-authored by Marcus Raiyat. Marcus Raiyat is a U.K. Foreign Exchange Trader and Instructor and the Founder/CEO of Logikfx. With nearly 10 years of experience, Marcus is well versed in actively trading forex, stocks, and crypto, and specializes in CFD trading, portfolio management, and quantitative analysis. Marcus holds a BS in Mathematics from Aston University. His work at Logikfx led to their nomination as the “Best Forex Education & Training U.K. 2021” by Global Banking and Finance Review. This article has been viewed 1,850,903 times.
Updated: July 25, 2022
To trade forex, choose a brokerage that is regulated by a major oversight body like National Futures Association (NFA) or Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and open an account. Read and analyze international economic reports, then choose a currency you feel is economically sound to trade with, like the US dollar or Euro. Start placing orders through your broker based on your research findings, then watch your account to monitor your profits and losses. To learn how to analyze the market and set your trade margins, keep reading!
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