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FXB Trading is reaching out to money managers and introducing brokers (IB) in online trading with a partnership opportunity that will take your revenue to the next level, and which can expand your business beyond the scope of its current limits.  
Our highly successful business model also accommodates affiliate managers and investors who are looking for a vehicle that will provide a new revenue stream without the need for any hands-on involvement in online trading itself. 
FXB Trading’s rise in the online trading industry has been a qualified success with exceptional growth achieved in this highly competitive $5 trillion industry over a relatively short period of time. Our success has been underpinned by a formula that combines unbeatable spread prices and industry leading commission rates combined with a support package that is more than a match for anyone in the industry. 

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Ever wonder how professional traders deal with the ups and downs of forex trading? Here’s a glimpse …
The most successful traders view forex trading as a game of possibilities. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. In fact, there are occasions in every trader’s career when a losing streak can seem to go on forever. Losses happen, but what sets successful traders apart is the way they deal with the ups and downs of the markets!
If you are at the point in your trading career where you just feel like quitting, take heart … All successful traders went through what you are feeling, but overcame their doubts to become seasoned traders. They still lose some trades, but they understand that losses go with the territory and all that matters at the end of the day is that your profits far outweigh any losses you make.

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3 Top Tips for Trading the Markets Like a Pro
Developing and sticking to your trading strategy is crucial if you trade CFDs on forex, commodities, indices and shares. Simply put, veering from your trading strategy is a risky move that could see you lose funds, and that’s something that no trader wants to happen!
The fact is though that many traders slip into negative trading habits such as trading intra-day price variations or withdrawing a cost-effective trade simply because the market started retracing against a position. These kinds of trading habits are counterproductive to your success result as you are overreacting to normal price variations in a market.
Why Less is More
Less is definitely more when it comes to trading the world’s markets – it really is crucial! To hammer this point home, we’ll look at 3 key points: market dynamics, price action and how not to react to every market fluctuation.

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Order Flow trading has been a profitable mode of trading. It offers professional and retail traders with information based benefits as it provides the complex step-by-step analysis of Order Flow in the form of intuitive charts that can easily be understood. People have been confused about what Order Flow Trading(OFT) is exactly.
OFT simply focuses on trying to predict the prices of the stocks through pending orders of other traders. In proper anticipation of prices, you need to make sure that the traders whom you are considering have to have large orders. They must be active market participants who have pending orders.
Frightening facts about Order Flow Trading
Trade gurus advise traders to trade what they see and forbid them from trading what they think. The market is not supposed to move according to your thoughts and it should not. Picking levels can be a dangerous way to handle your trading which has been prohibited by professional traders, but then order flow trading cannot be done without picking levels. This is the reason why OFT has been frightening for many traders.

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FXB Trading has established itself as a catalyst for change in the world of online trading by putting the interests of its clients first. The mission is to provide a standout trading service that delivers the tools that traders of all levels need to be successful, so that they trade with FXB for the long-term. FXB offers CFDs (Contracts for Difference) on forex, commodities, indices and shares, and its clients benefit from superior security of funds, fast execution, multiple account types, highly competitive trading conditions, on-call support, a superb range of trading tools and great trading education resources that cannot be matched.

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Trading opportunities are improved by a rise in volatility. The market fluctuates continuously which generates a positive mood for a great upward trend; however, there is also the possibility for significant losses if measures are not taken. When the market is volatile, adjustments regarding trading strategies need to be applied as the markets are uncertain.

Helpful advice for trading in volatile markets:
1. Trade selections
Volatility of the market can cause one to take the risk in order to derive profits. Unprofessional traders can make a bad decision by making incorrect trading selections. If there are trading opportunities to gain a profit in a fluctuating market, there is also the possibility of acquiring losses. Do not place too many trades, but take into consideration the level of risk. It is important to consider financial and psychological levels of risk tolerance.
2. Trade with smaller trade positions
Leverages affect trading largely when the market is volatile. The degree of leveraging and position sizing should be considered even if you have the margin of 1% or half percent. Trade with an average of 1 lot position instead of 2 lot position since the possible loss of 100-200 pips can be made .

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When the Wall Street Journal runs a headline that reads Bitcoin: Even Grandma Wants In On The Action, you’re simply compelled to find out more about the stand-out cryptocurrency that is grabbing all the attention. 
For months now, Bitcoin’s rapid price swings have been prompting volatility-starved investors to join the biggest speculative boom since the dotcom fever in the 1990s. 
In the six minutes following the start of Bitcoin futures trading, the contract expiring in January which opened at $15,000 rose to $16,600.  Trading on Monday morning (December 11th) in London the contract was changing hands at $17,500. Bitcoin itself was at $16,635.05 according to CoinDesk. Right now there is no hotter ticket having started 2017 at $968.23. 
The temptation to join the rush is tempered by the fear that its value is being driven purely on speculation and that the bubble is about to burst. 

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Bulls and Bears characterizes and defines the volatile market conditions. Bulls and Bears is a term which is common in the trading world, increasing the hopes of traders as well as shattering their expectations! But what do they really represent?
Bulls and Bears actually describe market conditions, whether stocks and/or currencies are increasing or decreasing in value.
They also demonstrate the mood of the investor, and indicate subsequent market trends.
A bull market describes a market that is increasing which is shown by an increase in market share prices. This situation causes a psychological boom installing faith in investors and resulting in a positive long term trend. This tends to happen in countries with strong and solid economies with high employment levels.

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Order  Flow Trading is a profitable form of trading. It provides professional and retail traders with information based benefits, and  it offers the complicated step-by-step analysis of Order Flow in the form of charts that can be interpreted in a simple way. People have been puzzled about what Order Flow Trading(OFT) actually is.
OFT  takes into account other forms of trading. The aim is to attempt to predict the prices of the stocks through pending orders of other traders. In anticipation of prices it is important to ensure that potential traders have large orders; the traders should be active market participants who have pending orders.

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According to Jonathan Tepper, one of the world’s experts in housing bubbles, Australia is experiencing the biggest property bubble in history. It has lasted 55 years and seen prices increase 6556% since 1961. “It is the only country we know of where middle-class houses are auctioned like paintings,” he observed recently. 
When it crashes it’s likely to bring Australia’s economy crashing down with it, as it’s the only sector which has driven GDP growth of late. It’s one of those rare opportunities traders relish because the volatility in the market will be big and significantly increases the chance of being able to make a huge gain from an investment. 
You can thank State and Federal governments for this opportunity. They have done everything they can to fuel the housing market in an effort to boost Australia’s economy and offset the decline in the value and volume of its chief exports iron ore and coal. The growth of the economy has provided governments with a source of tax revenue and proof to voters that their policies result in economic success. 
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