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Nov 19, 2022

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Meet the Foreign Exchange Course from IM Academy - designed to provide students with comprehensive and practical knowledge in the world of forex trading. Our course is strategically designed to empower individuals with the skills, tools and winning mindset needed to conquer the forex markets. With our training, real-time market analysis and personal support, we strive to give our students the confidence to traverse the forex landscape. Join us today and embark on a transformative learning journey in the world of currency trading.

What is Forex anyway?

The foreign exchange market, also called the forex market, is where currencies are traded on an international scale. Investors make profits by taking advantage of differences in exchange rates. This means they buy a currency and then predict whether its value will rise or fall against other currencies. In April 2016, the average daily turnover in the forex market exceeded $5.1 trillion, making it the largest financial market in the world. The forex market is mainly focused on four cities: London, Tokyo, New York and Sydney. There is no physical forex exchange as we know it from the stock market; all trading takes place digitally. The forex market is open 24 hours a day, from Sunday night around 11 p.m. (when the Sydney exchange opens) to Friday night around 11 p.m. (when the New York exchange closes).

Disclaimer: We are not professional consultants and therefore accept no responsibility for any damages suffered by following personal advice or following information on this site. The information on this site is for informational and educational purposes only. Please seek professional advice if you need it. We cannot and do not give personal financial advice and no statements on this site are intended as personal financial advice. Similarly, any email contact or tips are never intended as personal financial advice. Some references consist of "referral links." We do continue to emphasize doing your own research as to whether these providers can be trusted by you. Trading always remains your own responsibility and you understand that this can involve risks. We give no entries ourselves and never advise you how much you should invest or bet on your trade. The only advice we give is to start with demo, then small amounts and apply the risk management learned in the IM courses.