Welcome

This website is a collection of Forex trading resources for those who are new to the industry and a reference for more experienced traders.


You will find trading video tutorials from ex-professional traders, ebooks, audiobooks and publicly available trading courses. In addition, some of the materials uploaded from sources like YouTube will be expanded upon within this site. Walkthroughs on how to create your own custom indicators and trading robots will be provided over time. The Podcasts page is also awesome.


You will also find information about regulated brokers (particularly in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia) here, should you wish to open a trading account after assessing the risks involved in trading.

Please refer to the Risk Disclaimer page.


Brutal Truths About Trading The Markets

Anton Kreil is a veteran of the financial markets and in this lecture gives an overview on how the industry is structured, who the players are and how they interact with one another. It is a long watch but absolutely worth the time.



Plus500

Plus500UK Ltd is based in the United Kingdom and regulated by FCA (FRN 509909). Plus500UK Ltd itself is a subsidiary of Plus500 Ltd, which is listed on the Main Market for Listed Companies of the London Stock Exchange. Plus500 supports trading of CFDs, including indices, cryptocurrencies (availability subject to regulation), commodities, shares, options, and ETFs.

Combined, there are more than 2,000 trading instruments available via Plus500. There is a complete list of the trading instruments on its website via the Trading Instruments button on the main navigation bar.

The platform is well-designed and fairly straightforward to use and includes 24/7 customer support. It is available in a long list of countries and in 30 languages, helping Plus500 appeal to a range of traders.






CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.  

You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.