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Forex education by FBS

Dear traders, we have prepared for you a comprehensive Forex course. The course consists of 4 levels: Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate and Experienced. Taking this course will turn you from a newbie trader to a Forex professional.
All materials are well-structured and will become a solid foundation of your Forex education. Note that this section will be constantly updated, so stay tuned!
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Beginner
At this first level, you will learn what is Forex, how to “read” currency quotes and buy/sell currency pairs in FBS trading terminal. You will find out how to calculate your financial results. This will be your introduction to the amazing world of currency trading.


Elementary
Here you will get a deeper insight into fundamental and technical Forex market analysis. You will learn how to use various analytical tools for your benefit.


Intermediate
This level will introduce you to different market conditions, like trends, ranges, and breakouts. You will get to know different trading styles and study Japanese candlesticks, chart patterns, and traders’ psychology.


Experienced
At this point, we’ll teach you how to manage your risks and use advanced analytical and trading techniques. This knowledge will help you to maximize your profit and limit your losses.

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