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Company

Valutrades Limited - a company incorporated in England with company number 07939901. View more information here.
Valutrades (Seychelles) Limited - a company incorporated in the Seychelles with company number 8423648-1.

Regulation

Regulated by the FCA (Fincancial Conduct Authority). Financial Services Register Number 586541.
Regulated by the FSA (Financial Services Authority). Regulatory Number SD028.

Max Leverage

30:1 (or up to 500:1 for Professional clients, click here to find out more about professional client status)
Up to 500:1

Country

United Kingdom
Seychelles

Negative Balance Protection

Yes
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3 Categories of Technical Indicators All Forex Traders Should Know

Price movements in the forex market may be hard to predict, but they aren’t entirely random, either. There is logic behind the way currency pairs rise or fall in value, and decades of forex trading have revealed that this logic can often be identified—and then predicted—through the use of technical indicators.

Technical indicators come in many shapes and sizes, and no specific indicator is viewed as a required tool for assessing potential forex trades. As traders gain experience and learn about the different technical indicators at their disposal, they end up developing a preference for specific indicators that align with their trading strategy and prove to be reliable over time.

These technical indicators can be broken down into three broad categories.

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The Value of Indicators: MACD, RSI, Stochastic Oscillator

When it comes to trading, it is widely accepted that there are two main approaches to your analysis of potential trades.  They are fundamental analysis and technical analysis.

Technical analysis is widely used by private traders and is becoming more and more popular.  It involves the study of a financial product’s actual price, to form an opinion on the likely future direction in which the price will move.

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How to Use the Elliot Wave Theory to Predict Market Swings

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Analyzing a Parabolic SAR: How to Spot a Buy Signal

The parabolic stop and reverse (parabolic SAR) indicator was developed to help traders locate buy and sell signals for current trends and determine when to enter and exit trades based on an asset’s momentum. It was created by J. Welles Wilder Jr., a prolific mechanical-engineer-turned-analyst who pioneered a variety of the technical analysis tools that financial traders still rely on today. His other feats include the relative strength index (RSI), average directional index (ADX), and average true range (ATR).

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Swing Trading: What It Is and Why Forex Traders Love It

The forex market sees a wide range of trading strategies used on a daily basis. Each one of them has its own pros and cons, although some strategies have a better track record than others when it comes to delivering results.

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Using the ADX Indicator for Forex Trading: A How To Guide

In forex trading, there’s ample logic behind the rhyme “the trend is your friend.” Trading in the direction of a strong trend both minimizes your risk and increases your potential profit.

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The Forex Trading Game

Unfortunately, many people who start trading find success difficult to achieve, especially in the first few years after starting.  Trading is a challenging endeavour that has torn people from across the world across generations, from every extreme of their emotions.  It is our money that is directly involved in trading and therefore at risk, and the potential of making more money is our primary motivation for beginning this undertaking.  Therefore, any emotions that we may associate with other endeavours are heightened because money is something that seems to accentuate any natural human emotions that we have.  Ironically, it is the money that encourages the vast majority to attempt to trade yet it is the money that causes most people to fail.

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Forex Trading Basics: How to Spot and Trade Harmonic Patterns

If you’re serious about forex trading, you need to understand how charts and chart analysis tools can help you identify trades that maximize your potential earnings while minimizing risk. 

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Exponential Moving Average vs Simple Moving Average: What's the Difference?

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Bull vs. Bear: Tools for Navigating Both Kinds of Markets

Most forex traders want to stay active throughout the year, even as market conditions change. Whether you’re facing a bull market or a bear market, forex trading opportunities are out there for individuals who are willing to do the research and adapt their strategies.

The key to trading in any market is understanding the factors affecting price movements. Although uncertainty in market conditions is risky territory for any trader, volatility is a profit opportunity if you have the right tools at your disposal.

Here’s a look at some basic steps you can take to adjust your trading strategy based on changing market conditions.

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