iFOREX clients can follow two experts trading in real time

Rick Steves

Trading Rooms’ access will be free of charge for active traders who open an account with the broker.

iFOREX has announced the launch of a new educational channel to be made available to clients on November 1st.

Trading Rooms provides iFOREX users with access to top investment experts as they look to open live CFD trading deals on forex, cryptocurrency, shares, indices, and commodities.

On top of that, active iFOREX traders will be able to watch skilled traders open and close deals in real time and offer live commentary on their trading strategies.

<p style=”text-align: center;”><strong><a href=”https://t.me/financefeeds” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”><button class=”btn btn-primary” type=”button”>Find us on Telegram</button></a></strong></p>

Trading Rooms is an expert hub launched as part of the broker’s large variety of educational offerings, aimed at giving both novice and veteran traders the opportunity to enhance their skills on both technical and fundamental analysis.

The goal is to help users make more informed trading decisions by learning from these established, independent traders. Trading Rooms’ access will be free of charge for active traders who open an account with the broker.

iFOREX selected two trading experts, Walid Salaheldin Mohamed and Mohamed Abd El Khaleq, for the Trading Room feature.

Users will be able to watch and follow these two independent traders in real time as they share which live trades they open, what profit levels they enter, what they do to protect their trades, and how they manage the trade once it is executed.

Founded 25 years ago, iFOREX continues to be on top of the game, adding new trading tools and resources to help their users beat the markets and stay for the long run rather than blowing their accounts.

iFOREX also features 1-on-1 training with a trading coach, an exclusive Trader Guide, video lessons to those who prefer visual explanations, detailed trading articles with insight into different CFD products, global markets, and trading tactics.

iFOREX is a brand owned by Formula Investment House Ltd, a firm authorized and regulated by the FCA and CySEC, thus holding passports for both the United Kingdom and the European Union.

“As a company which puts trader education at the top of its priorities, the addition of the Trading Rooms is the natural evolution we undertake, in order to give our traders real time information and strategy analysis, which will help them develop their confidence, knowledge and portfolio”, said a spokesperson for Formula Investment House.

The retail FX and CFD broker has recently added 70 more new non-leveraged instruments to its proprietary platform, FXnet. The addition pushed the total number of such instruments to around 100.

These non-leveraged tradable products will allow traders to diversify their portfolio and balance their market movements, based on their risk appetite. Non-leveraged assets are a valid alternative to traditional investment methods, which only allow one type of investment per portfolio.

Read this next

Digital Assets

UK crypto exchanges set to pay 2% tax

UK-based crypto exchanges would now need to pay a new 2% digital service tax as per some of the latest laws as the crypto regulations and classification in the UK continue to pose problems to regulators and users alike.

Digital Assets

Russian Duma’s working group to address gaps in crypto regulation

A working group formed by the Russian State Duma to tackle the issues of cryptocurrency regulations is set to hold its first meetings, said the head of the parliamentary Financial Market Committee, Anatoly Aksakov.

Digital Assets

Kevin O’Leary says XRP lawsuit is “a very bad idea”

“I have zero interest in investing in litigation against the SEC, that is a very bad idea”.

Industry News

SFC freezes 17 client accounts on suspected ‘pump-and-dump’ scam

Hong Kong’s financial watchdog, the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC), has issued notices to two local brokers, instructing them to freeze certain client accounts suspected of market manipulation.

Retail FX

FSCS starts to offer LCF investors compensation under government scheme

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has gone live with the government’s redress scheme to reimburse eligible London Capital & Finance victims.

Industry News

Aquis Exchange appoints Glenn Collinson as new Chair

Aquis Exchange, a group of companies that provide services for exchanges, has announced the appointment of Glenn Collinson as its new Chair and he would succeed Niki Beattie effective from January 1, 2022.

Digital Assets

Bitpanda onboards Lydia’s 5.5 million users to white label solution

Lydia has deployed the white label solution, with transactions made by the more than 5 million Lydia customers in a wide range of assets, from crypto to fractional stocks, being executed via Bitpanda for as little as EUR 1.

Digital Assets

Archax deploys Scila AB’s AML and surveillance tech for crypto trading

Scila is very much in tune with digital assets and cryptocurrencies and has some of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges and traders in its client roster.

Institutional FX, Retail FX

ATFX goes all in on US equities: FX broker adds 113 US stock CFDs

With the addition of 113 US stock CFDs, ATFX boasts more than  300 tradable instruments, 273 of which are stock CFD products.

<