AuthorBy Jeffrey CammackAuthor InformationUpdated: October 27, 2020

These courses are for the beginner and experienced trader looking to advance their skills.  While you make your way through our course, sign up for a demo account to directly apply what you have learned.

Beginner Forex Trading Course

In this course, we introduce beginner traders to core concepts and tips for how to get started.

Experienced Trader Course

Designed for experienced traders to explore more advanced components of trading and fundamental strategies.


  • EURUSD – with live charts, seasonal fluctuations, and historical analysis.

Country Guides to Trading Forex

  • Forex Trading in Nigeria – Oversight of the Nigerian markets is done by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), but has yet to issue regulation for the Forex trading market.  Until such time that better local regulation comes into force, Nigerian traders are encouraged to trade with internationally regulated brokers. 
  • Forex Trading in Kenya – Locally registered brokers are regulated by the Capital Markets Authority in Kenya, but currently, only two brokers have been licensed. Kenyan’s are free to trade with internationally regulated brokers, so this is the comprehensive list.
  • Forex Trading in Namibia – The Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority does not regulate Forex brokers in Namibia and residents are free to trade with international brokers. Like in many countries in the region, scams involving local brokers and dealers have highlighted the lack of regulation so it is wise to be wary of Namibian brokers or third parties.
  • Forex Trading in Tanzania – Local Forex brokers are not yet regulated by the Bank of Tanzania, but the BOT recently launched an assessment survey of the local market. Based on the Tanzanian government’s track record of swift and decisive enforcement, we expect this to result in a local regulatory regime for Forex CFDs sooner rather than later.
  • Forex Trading in Rwanda – Forex trading in Rwanda is legal but there is no local regulation to speak of and restrictions on trading with the Rwandan Franc. The National Bank of Rwanda is seen as relatively progressive and has made inquiries into launching a government-backed cryptocurrency, so we expect Forex trading to become regulated in the near future.
  • Forex Trading in Swaziland – Forex trading in Swaziland is legal but there are no local brokers and most Swazi traders rely on the South African Forex industry for access to the market. If you want to trade in Rand, it is recommended that you use one of the better South African brokers, otherwise be sure to use a well-regulated international broker.

For the South African Trader

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