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Forex Trading

What is forex and how does it work?

Forex, also known as foreign exchange or FX trading, is the conversion of one currency into another. It is one of the most actively traded markets in the world, with an average daily trading volume of $5 trillion. Take a closer look at everything you’ll need to know about forex, including what it is, how you trade it and how leverage in forex works.

As the world’s most-traded financial market, foreign exchange presents a wealth of opportunities for those who can harness its inherent volatility. Open a forex trading account and use our award-winning platforms to take advantage of movements in currency prices.

Why Trade Forex With Us?

Get an edge with our award winning web-based platform

Get friendly, expert support 24 hours a day from Sunday to Saturday (Australia time).

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The international FOREX market is by far the largest financial instruments OTC market in the world. According to the Bank of International Settlements data (BIS, www.bis.org, global FOREX turnover climbed to 5.3 trillion USD per day in 2013 from 4.0 trillion USD in 2010. This 35% rise even outpaced the 20% rise from 2007 to 2010! It is worth noting that spot was the largest contributor to turnover growth, accounting for 41% of the turnover rise. At 2.05 trillion USD per day, SPOT trading almost reached the same volume as FOREX swaps (2.23 trillion USD) and accounts for 39% of total FOREX turnover.

Obviously, the main part of foreign exchange transactions volume is carried out by large participants of the forex market: central banks, credit institutions, investment banks, hedge funds, asset managers, transnational corporations etc., who perform foreign exchange transactions either for speculative purposes or for hedging against exchange rate risks.

In the last decades, the dynamics of forex rates fluctuations have been greatly by such factors as large international mergers and acquisitions (M&A), which generate significant cash flows.

Nevertheless, today, in the age of modern information technologies and information flows, retail clients play an increasingly important role and gain a larger share of financial and capital markets, asserting themselves as quite aggressive and serious market participants.

Our Advantages


Direct access to interbank liquidity based on ECN/STP


More than 50 currency pairs available for trading on FOREX market<./p>


No restrictions on pending and market orders


Aggressive and competitive market spreads.


Automated order execution without broker interference.


Trading without restrictions, allowing large volumes or scalping.


No time limits for open positions maintenance.