About First Broker FX
We as a company that has stamped their foot in online trading, we are more than just a company with the latest modern tools. But rather looking up to staying as the leading brokerage firm in the business and most importantly build a long lasting relationship with our clients.
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First Broker Fx Trading Assets
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Cardano, Stellar and more
Crude oil, Silver, Gold, Coffee, Sugar, Corn , Natural gas and more
Mercedes, Nike, Twitter, Facebook, eBay, Amazon and more
Euro, Japanese Yen, US Dollar, British Pound, Australian dollar and more
Each day over 5 trillion dollars worth of currencies traded globally which make it the highest liquidity market in the world. The Forex market is the most traded market in the world and therefor this industry generates income to millions of traders and big banks worldwide.
The Forex market is very similar to other financial markets speacially the stock exchange. However, there are many differences between both markets and they are not connected to each other.
First Broker FX Awards
Best Customer Service - At 2017
Best Trading Platform - At 2016
Best Trading Platform - At 2015
Best Bank Transactions - At 2014
Best Islamic Accounts - At 2013
Best Tech Analysis - At 2012
Forex, also known as foreign exchange, is the largest, most liquid market in the world with an average daily trading volume around $5 trillion. All the world's combined stock markets don't even come close to this.
FX trading allows you to speculate on the changes in currency changes over time, trading currencies and buying or selling one against the other. Forex traders seek to profit from instability in the exchange rates between currencies, speculating on whether one currency's value, like the Euro, will go up or down in relation to another, such as the US dollar.
The Forex market is open 24 hours a day 5 days a week, so that you can be right there trading whenever you like.
When trading currencies, you try to speculate on the future direction of the market, opening either a long (buy) or short (sell) position depending on whether you think the currency’s value will go up or down.