Often referred to as 'FX' or 'Forex' it is considered to be the most liquid market in the world. The Forex market is the platform for trading global currencies. With a daily turnover measured in trillions of US dollars, the Forex market beats the combined turnover of global stock and bond markets.

At TradersTFX we provide to all clients the best offered market rates to enhance their trading performance through reliable and fully transparent trading conditions; including tight spreads, leverage up to 1:500 and low latencies.

With TradersTFX you can trade up to 50 forex pairs on MetaTrader 4 and increase your trading strategy with a click of a button.

Investors are drawn to Forex trading due to the huge trading volumes and the liquidity provided; representing the largest asset class in the world.

Other factors that make Forex trading popular are:

  • Geographical distribution of markets
  • Continuous operation (*Sunday 22:00 - Friday 22:00 GMT)
  • Huge number of market participants including banks, commercial companies, investment management firms, Forex brokers, hedge fund speculators and even individual traders.

Forex Trading

Forex traders speculate on the value of one currency compared to another in order to generate profits. FX trading is typically executed on margin accounts and the industry practice is to trade on relatively small margin amounts.

Currencies that are traded against the US Dollar (“USD”) are called Majors, and these constitute the highest volumes of Forex trades.

With TradersTFX you will enjoy some of the best forex trading conditions as you:

  • Get access to various major and exotic currency pairs
  • Trade all the major highly liquid currency pairs
  • Benefit from access to a pool of liquidity providers

The amount deposited with TradersTFX at the time of opening a trading account is known as the initial deposit and acts as the margin available to your trading account. The margin amount facilitates the level of gearing or ‘leverage’ allowed for trading.

TradersTFX reserves the right to liquidate the positions taken by you if the initial deposit and variation margin fails to cover the losses incurred.

To learn more about Margin & Leverage click here