FBS Multilingual Support
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How can I Verify my Account at FBS? - Frequently Asked Questions
How does Demo account differ from a Real trading account? With Demo-account, you can learn Forex market trading, master and test your own trading strategies and expert advisors ...
A day in the life of a Full-Time Forex Trader in FBS
Until recently, forex trading inspired fear and mistrust for many people not familiar with the financial industry. The “day-trading Australia” crowd are not very vocal about the benefits they enjoy, so trading is still quite overlooked (as either a full or part-time activity) for the vast majority. But all of that is changing. Not so long ago, trading opportunities that came with currency-pairs and stocks were only available to big businesses and fat cats in suits working in glass tower offices. Anyone who wanted to trade full-time needed a specific education. Because of that, people still believe that a day-trader needs a financial degree to make money trading the markets. Let’s be clear, to trade the global markets you don’t need previous experience in finance. Trading is an opportunity that exists for just about anyone these days, and it has gained popularity year by year. Thanks to advances in personal computing and internet connections, the global market is readily available to anyone with a credit card or eWallet. And, with the creation of mobile trading apps, trading has become more than just a chance to make money from home. Whether part-time or full, being a trader has become an exciting activity and opportunity for many people. These traders check the markets and place orders daily, and they enjoy this unlimited access anywhere, anytime. And the best part about getting started these days is that you can practice risk-free on a demo account. After a while, once your confidence level rises, you can trade at increasingly higher levels, all the while keeping within a budget that matches your financial situation and future goals. Too good to be true?