Forex Education – Learn to Trade Forex

Forex trading can go either very well for you, or very bad, and it all depends on how much you have studied. After many emails asking for tips on how to trade, and how to get started trading forex, we have happy to announce that we are going to build out our Forex university – a section of this website filled with articles from beginner basics to the advanced strategies in trading – with the goal of making YOU a better trader.  It is broken into three sections depending on where you are in your trading career.

Learn How to trade Forex in South Africa:

This is the basic introduction you need to get started trading in South Africa.  Everything you need to feel comfortable that you are doing everything correctly and legally.

Forex Trading Fundamentals:

Next up, we have a section that every new trader should read through and take notes from.  Once you have chosen a forex broker, and funded the account, these articles will give you a basic understanding of how to manage your account and your risk, and keep your capital base growing. Articles include:

Advanced Trading Strategy:

If you are a more advanced trader and you are looking to get more of an edge in your trading, or you want to learn some more detailed strategy, this is your section.  These articles are written from my experience in trading, and I also work to provide examples to illustrate conclusions and make it the ideas easier for traders to implement.  Articles in this section include:

Currency Pair Analysis:

Here is some pair analysis that can help you learn the background of these currencies and teach you how to trade them.

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

This is where we are for now.  If you have questions please write us, and we will do our best to answer those questions you have.  Remember that any advice that you read here, or on this website overall is at your own risk. Forex trading is a risk management business and sometimes you can win, and sometimes lose. Don’t risk more than you can afford to lose.