Port St. Lucie, FL (PRWEB) October 16, 2007
This all new website http://www.forex-futures-options.com is focused specifically on investors who are searching to maximize their investment knowledge about forex, futures and options trading before risking their money. The website features free forex education and free futures and options education e Books written by a 14 year veteran of the commodity and currency markets. It also enables potential investors to ask specific questions relating to forex, futures and options trading which in turn can be answered by industry professionals.
One important part of the website is geared specifically for the relatively new investment area of forex options trading. Spot forex investors for years were looking for options that involved currency pairs instead of single currencies such as the currency futures markets offer. Not only does this website explain forex options trading in detail but it allows potential forex options investors to practice with a free 2 week demo account with real time quotes and charts and no risk.
Another important part of the website focuses on futures option trading. This alternative to the unlimited risk of the futures markets has been growing by leaps and bounds over the last few years. Futures option trading is explained in detail. This portion of the website also offers futures options investors a chance to practice trading with a free 30 day demo account similar to the forex options demo. This demo is also free and there is no risk.
Another part of the website focuses on spot forex trading. Forex trading is a multi-trillion dollar per day market. Spot forex trading has also grown substantially over recent years because its 24 hour trading schedule allows forex investors to trade whenever it is convenient. This portion of the website offers forex trading enthusiasts a chance to practice trading with a free 30 day demo account offering $50,000 in virtual equity, real time quotes, charts and news and it is risk free.
Forex, futures and options trading may be three of the riskiest federally regulated investments vehicles. Forex, futures and options traders should use only risk capital when investing in these types of aggressive investments. Forex, futures and options trading carry with them a risk of substantial capital loss.