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The foreign exchange market represents the world’s most traded financial instrument pass a whole opportunity for traders who can benefit from its volatility.

Forex trading makes up the largest and most fluid financial market. 

Open a forex trading account and use our award-winning platforms to take advantage of currency prices movement.

Reason to trade Forex CFDs with MFM Securities

Still contemplating which account fits for you? If you are a beginner, try out our demo version to experience the benefits offered of each account in a risk-free environment. Once you are ready, you may choose the trading account fits with your goal (learn more about our platforms here) and begin your quest!



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Suits both long and short trading strategies



Trade a minimum of one contract size (0.01)

What are Forex CFDs?

What is Forex? 

The foreign exchange market represents the world’s most traded financial instrument, an opportunity for traders to benefit from its volatility. Forex trading makes up the largest and most fluid financial market.

FX market consists of several types, including Spot FX, Future derivatives, Forward Derivatives, and CFD derivatives market. The FX CFD market that bridge both buyers and sellers are the most popular instrument among retail clients. At the same time, their leading players are large international banks, which place orders via electronic trading systems.

The spot price of a currency pair is influenced by several factors, such as the economic outlook, geographical events and news data release that may be perceived positively or negatively by the market.

Currency pairs

FX is quoted in pairs, with each representing a global currency or economy. For example, EUR/USD represents the amount of USD that can be exchanged for €1. EUR is the ‘base’ currency (representing the volume you wish to trade), and USD is the ‘quote’ currency (representing the current exchange).

FX trading is being calculated in pips, which means depending on the trade size, each pip is equal to a specific monetary value of the ‘term’ currency. It is used to determine P&L and also to display spread (the difference between the bid and ask prices).

Traders will go long if they predict the base currency’s price will increase against quoted currency and profit from it. On the other hand, ​traders will go short if they expect the base currency’s price to fall against the quoted currency and profit from the falling price. If prices move in the opposite direction to the traders’ forecast, they will incur losses.

Trade on major, minor and exotic currencies pair

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Free trading Course

Get to grips with the basics of trading
with our free interactive trading course

 

Trading FAQ’s 

Find the answers to common trading questions 

 

Trading Central

Get the latest analysis & trading ideas on thousands of instruments

 

Earnings Calendar 

Stay up to date with all the company earnings report and be aware of upcoming dividens

 

Market News

Daily expert reviews from MFM Securities Analyst Team

 

Economic Calendar

Stay on top of upcoming economic events and the latest data figures

 

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