Limassol, Cyprus (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
Global foreign exchange brokers FXCC are building on their pledge to become the world's favourite Forex broker by introducing a trading school to help others expand their own knowledge of the industry.
Forex trading has become increasingly popular in recent years, in a climate of currency volatility that has heightened both the risk and the potential return of a trade - creating significant opportunities for those who know how to work the market.
The FXCC Forex School helps would-be traders to do just that, with several courses available to study:
Together, these five modules build towards a comprehensive and advanced understanding of Forex trading, which even the most novice of traders should be able to use to increase their knowledge and reduce the risks associated with making a trade.
Each module is hosted on the FXCC website, with several individual lessons, allowing would-be traders to view a lesson at a time at their own pace, and review past lessons for revision purposes, to help cement the key points in their minds, or simply to check back on any one piece of advice.
FXCC spokesman Mohammed Hamed said: "In Forex trading, you either learn as you go along and lose money, or learn from an expert trader or analyst before you enter the market. With the right guidance you can make substantial profits whether the market is rising or falling, by adopting a bullish or bearish stance.
"Our Forex School has been developed to offer everything from basic introductory guidance, to detailed information about industry topics like Fibonacci sequences and Japanese candlesticks - and if you don't know what either of those things are, our lessons are the perfect place to find out."
For more information about the FXCC Forex School, visit fxcc.com.
FXCC are a global brand of foreign exchange brokers, founded in 2010 and headquartered in Cyprus. They have international call centres in 40 countries including the UK, Australia and Canada, and aim to be the world's favourite Forex broker.