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At present, millions of people around the world invest in financial markets and this amount is growing day by day thanks to the many opportunities offered by these markets

Forex, stocks, indexes, commodities, ETFs, and other markets are the places where large and small traders earn and lose large fortunes on a daily basis.

However, trading is not easy. Trading in markets like Forex requires a lot of knowledge, experience, and proper psychology.

In Forexdominion we include abundant educational material about the market, including tutorials about the Forex market, technical analysis, fundamental analysis, trading psychology, and trading strategies.

In the world, there are hundreds of stock, futures, Forex, and CFD brokers. Here we show the best brokers in the Forex and CFD sectors, grouped into lists where we classify them according to their main characteristics. For example, we show the best ECN, STP, Market Makers, and DMA Forex brokers.


Recommended brokers

Best Broker From Australia

 

Review of FPMarkets

Recommended ECN Broker

 

Review of ICMarkets

Review of ICMarkets

Best Multi-asset Broker

Review of RoboForex

Recommended ECN/STP Broker for Beginners

Review of XM

Review of HF Markets

Recent articles of Forex Dominion


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    The Forex and CFD broker Libertex has announced the creation of a trading tournament for real accounts, offering thousands of dollars in prizes for the top participating traders. This contest is open to all the … Read more
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    Do you know what tokens are in cryptocurrencies and how you can use them? Tokens are objects that represent something, whether abstract or physical. In the world of cryptocurrency, tokens can have value and are … Read more
  • What is double spending in cryptocurrencies?
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  • Stochastic RSI Screener For Metatrader 4
    Modified indicator for Metatrader 4 that displays bullish and bearish signals from the Stochastic RSI oscillator, which, as its name suggests, is based on the well-known Relative Strength Index (RSI). This indicator, called RSIEst Screener, … Read more
  • Investing in Stocks with BlackBull Shares
    The online Forex and CFD broker Blackbull Markets offers a trading service for spot stocks called BlackBull Shares. This service allows you to buy and sell over 26,000 securities from various markets.  In this article, … Read more
  • What are NFTs (Non Fundigle Tokens) and how do they work?
    In this article we’re going to explain to you what NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens) are and how they work, so you can understand one of the technological innovations aimed at art emerging from the blockchain, … Read more
  • Trading System with the Awesome, Stochastic, and EMA indicators
    Next, we will present a simple technical analysis trading system based on signals from three well-known technical indicators: the stochastic oscillator, the Awesome oscillator, and the exponential moving average (EMA). As such, it is a … Read more
  • What is slippage in stocks day trading?
    In an ideal world, when a daytrader place an order, the trade is executed at exactly the price specified. However, under certain conditions, the trade or operation can be executed at a different price. For … Read more

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Forex Guide

  • What is slippage in stocks day trading?
    In an ideal world, when a daytrader place an order, the trade is executed at exactly the price specified. However, under certain conditions, the trade or operation can be executed at a different price. For example, if an intraday trader places a stop loss after having taken a long position … Read more
  • The role of fear in investment
    Sure we’ve all read a book or article on sectors, markets or companies with potential, deep fundamental analysis, or interesting investment systems. But investors and traders less often discuss a subjet that ultimately has as much or more influence on investment: psychology in general and in particular the fear that an investor … Read more
  • What are meme stocks?
    Meme stocks are the result of applying popular culture to financial markets. The list of companies turned into meme stocks on U.S. exchanges has been expanding in recent months, affecting a broad group of companies. But what exactly are meme stocks? Meme stocks are publicly traded companies whose stock prices … Read more
  • Quadruple witching – Definition and Market Impact
    The term “Quadruple Witching” refers to a specific date on which four different types of financial derivatives contracts expire simultaneously. These contracts include stock index futures, stock index options, single-stock futures, and single-stock options. This event occurs four times a year, on the third Friday of March, June, September, and … Read more
  • What are pending orders?
    Pending orders are instructions given by traders to their brokers or trading platforms to buy or sell an asset at a specific price in the future. These orders are also known as limit orders or stop orders and allow traders to set up trades ahead of time, even when they … Read more
  • Oscillator of a Moving Average (OsMA) – Main Features
    The OsMA (Moving Average of Oscillator) is a technical analysis indicator that measures the difference between an oscillator (usually the MACD) and its signal line (usually a moving average of the MACD).  The traditional OsMA is usually derived from the MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) indicator, which is itself a … Read more

Technical Analysis

  • Woodie’s Pivot Points – Definition and Formulas
    Pivot points are a valuable tool for traders as they allow the calculation of support and resistance levels that can be used as a reference point to develop an entire methodology or approach to trading in the market. Another popular method for calculating pivot points is Woodie’s Pivot Points, which … Read more
  • Long White Candlestick Pattern
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    The OsMA (Moving Average of Oscillator) is a technical analysis indicator that measures the difference between an oscillator (usually the MACD) and its signal line (usually a moving average of the MACD).  The traditional OsMA is usually derived from the MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) indicator, which is itself a … Read more
  • Klinger oscillator in trading: how to take advantage of this indicator?
    The Klinger oscillator in trading is one of many technical indicators used to find buying and selling opportunities in financial markets. The Klinger oscillator is unique in that it takes into account both price and volume data in its calculation. The theory behind the indicator is that strong price movements … Read more
  • Bull Power and Bear Power Indicators
    The purpose of this article is to provide traders with a detailed explanation of the use of Bears Power and Bulls Power indicators, their calculation and their signals with a step-by-step tutorial. We will also explain how to use these indicators for trading in the financial markets. Bulls Power – … Read more
  • Money Flow Index Indicator | Overbought and oversold zones
    The Money Flow Index Indicator, or MFI indicator, is a technical indicator used to identify overbought and oversold zones. To understand the importance of this indicator, it is necessary to ask the following question: what moves the markets? The shortest answer maybe supply and demand. If the demand for an … Read more

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