Does Pepperstone have a forex trading blog?
What information can I find on the forex trading blog?
Pepperstone is passionate about giving its clients all the tools and education they require to become better traders. On Pepperstone’s forex trading blog, you will find an array of information to help you on your journey.
This will vary from educational pieces, to forecasting the next potential move on Bitcoin or other popular trading products. Do you want to know your Doji from your Hammer? Your wedge from your triangle? If the answer is yes, then read on.
Educate to accumulate
In the words of Benjamin Franklin ‘An investment in knowledge pays the best dividends.’
Trading and technical analysis can be overpowering at the onset of your trading journey. Time spent on this subject can indeed pay dividends.
Technical analysis techniques not only help you build a trading system, but they also help you define risk and reward. This is where to place your stop and target.
In the words of Ifan Wei’s ‘(Technical) patterns don’t work 100% of the time but they are still critical because they define your risk. If you ignore patterns and focus on hunches, feelings, and hot tips, just forget about achieving consistency’.
There are many educational segments to choose from with regards to technical analysis and trading techniques in the forex trading blog.
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Trading through Pepperstone
Within the forex trading blog there is also subject matter with relation to your trading account at Pepperstone.
You may ask the following questions:
- How are your funds made safe through Pepperstone? Pepperstone is not only an FCA regulated broker, but it’s also regulated across different jurisdictions including CySEC, DFSA, CMA and others. Also, all clients funds are present in segregated accounts from the company’s funds.
- What are the benefits of spread betting through Pepperstone? Consistently tight spreads and potential tax-free benefits depending on your tax status.
- The benefits of practising on a demo account. What are they? This is like a ‘try before you buy’ option. A great way to practice your techniques without putting real funds at risk.
The material provided here has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research and as such is considered to be a marketing communication. Whilst it is not subject to any prohibition on dealing ahead of the dissemination of investment research we will not seek to take any advantage before providing it to our clients.
Pepperstone doesn’t represent that the material provided here is accurate, current or complete, and therefore shouldn’t be relied upon as such. The information, whether from a third party or not, isn’t to be considered as a recommendation; or an offer to buy or sell; or the solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security, financial product or instrument; or to participate in any particular trading strategy. It does not take into account readers’ financial situation or investment objectives. We advise any readers of this content to seek their own advice. Without the approval of Pepperstone, reproduction or redistribution of this information isn’t permitted.