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5 Simple Steps to Making Money From Home Trading Forex

Trading is a great way to make money with little effort other than capital invested and a bit of foresight. Forex (Foreign Exchange) is among the most popular assets being traded by beginner and savvy investors alike. All it takes to make money trading Forex is to pick a pair of currencies, and make a Call or Put selection on whether you think one currency will rise or fall in relation to its partner, both of which you as the investor are in control of choosing.

Below you’ll find some great tips of how to trade Forex Options successfully and with little investment.

1. Pick Your Pair

Whether you’re partial to your own local currency versus American, Eurozone or Asian currencies, or you want to trade exclusively in foreign monies, select the pair you want to invest in and hit the ground running. USD/GBP, JPY/EUR are just some examples of foreign currency pairs you can trade.

2. Do Your Homework

Better your chances of success by doing some homework on how currency pairs have been performing recently. You’ll have a better idea of how to place your Put/Call decision if you can see how the currency pair has done recently.

3. Find a Trustworthy Broker

 

Because there is so much money to be made in trading forex options, brokers are popping up every day. It’s smart to invest with an established broker who has been around for years to ensure your protection and the quality of the service you’ll receive.

Ensure your broker is regulated and offers insurance on your funds as a form of protection.

4. Take Advantage Of A Demo Account

Learn how to use your trading platform on a demo account before you trade with real money can save you a lot of grief. It won’t take long to figure out the mechanics and layout and you’ll be glad you took the time to do so before making a deposit.

5. Treat Your Trading Like Your Business

Don’t take unnecessary risks. Be patient and research your next avenue of trading before you begin and you’ll find consistent and successful small trades are far more favourable than larger, more risky ones.

OCA News Editor

Jenny McKinnley is OCA’s financial correspondent. After spending years on the trading floor in both NY and London, she offers insight from the inside out on world financial news and events.

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