Never Loss Forex Trading


Trading Foreign Currencies is great investment vehicle for every trader. You will learn to make investment decisions based on what is happening in the market rather than on an educated guess of what will happen. You will learn how to trade Currency Pairs, Futures and Options to be a full market operator in the Foreign Exchange Currency Market.

At the Forex Market no day trading rules apply and it does not matter if the account size is large or small: in a Mini Account only a margin of $100 is required to trade. Mini Accounts are a great way for new investors to begin trading the Forex market without posting large amount of money for margin.

The Never Loss Trading Concept educates how to trade the highly liquid foreign exchange currency markets by:

  1. Market fundamentals

  2. Identifying buy and sell signals from price action

  3. Set up your trading platform to use the NeverLossTrading concept

  4. Identifying Trends as Support and Resistance

  5. Picking Currency Pairs

  6. Defining times to trade

  7. Trading Examples and Case Studies (long/short) with thinkorswim.

 Why to Learn Never Loss Forex Trading?

The Forex market is a non-stop cash market where currencies of nations are traded, typically via brokers. Foreign currencies are constantly and simultaneously bought and sold across local and global markets. Foreign exchange market conditions can change at any time in response to real-time events.

The main enticements of currency dealing to private investors and attractions for short-term Forex trading are:

          24-hour trading, 5-6 days a week with non-stop access to global Forex dealers.

          An enormous liquid market making it easy to trade most currencies.

          Volatile markets offering profit opportunities.

          Standard instruments for controlling risk exposure.

          The ability to profit in rising or falling markets.

          Leveraged trading with low margin requirements.

          Many options for zero commission trading.


Forex Trading Insights

The investor's goal in Forex trading is to profit from foreign currency movements. Forex trading or currency trading is always done in currency pairs.

When trading currencies, trade only when you expect the currency you are buying to increase in value relative to the currency you are selling. If the currency you are buying does increase in value, you must sell back the other currency in order to lock in a profit. An open trade (also called an open position) is a trade in which a trader has bought or sold a particular currency pair and has not yet sold or bought back the equivalent amount to close the position.

However, it is estimated that anywhere from 70%-90% of the FX market is speculative. In other words, the person or institution that bought or sold the currency has no plan to actually take delivery of the currency in the end; rather, they were solely speculating on the movement of that particular currency.

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The risk of trading securities, options, futures can be substantial. Customers must consider all relevant risk factors, including their own personal financial situation before trading. In our teaching of how to trade the markets, in our newsletters, webinars and our involvement in the Investment Clubs, neither NOBEL Living, LLC, the parent company of Never Loss Trading, or any of the speakers, staff or members act as stockbrokers, broker dealers, or registered investment advisers. We worked out trading concepts that benefit us greatly and share them through education with our members and clients.


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