Trade Forex

What is Forex?

The foreign exchange – or Forex (FX) – market refers to the buying and selling of currencies, and it’s one of the fastest growing markets in the world. From 2007 to 2010, Forex market activity increased by 20%, with average daily turnover reaching nearly $4 trillion in April of 2010.

Forex trading functions very similarly to the traditional stock market: you buy low and sell high. One significant benefit of Forex trading is that you don’t have to choose from amongst thousands of companies or sectors. Moreover, many Forex trading decisions can be simplified even further.

For example, most people, even those new to Forex, have an opinion on the US dollar and the US economy. Those opinions can be easily translated into a specific Forex trade. Buying or selling US Dollars is as simple as buying or selling a particular company’s stock.

Another advantage of the FX market is that it isn’t limited to a seven-hour trading day. Trading takes place 24-hours per day, five days per week. For most people, 24-hour trading enables participation outside of normal working hours.

Trading Forex carries risk and could result in the loss of your investment. Please trade wisely.

Tradeo Advantages

  • Tight Spreads
  • No Commissions
  • 50 Currencies (and counting)
  • 24 Hours Exceptional Support
  • Simple Platform

Spreads & Products

We believe in simple, transparent pricing. Many brokers offer complex pricing structures such as commissions and floating spreads.

We leverage our enormous client base to negotiate competitive spreads.

Here’s a full list of the products we offer at Tradeo and its schedule.

Please note that if your margin level gets below 50% your trades will be automatically closed. You can always monitor your margin level on your My Accounts page.

Click here for a full view of our swap rates.

Trading is risky and your entire investment may be at risk.
Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 79% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money
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