Forex trading with standard bank

Overview

Standard Bank is proud to offer a collateralised Foreign Exchange Trading Platform for Retail investors – Standard FX Trader. This is a secure, internet based currency trading platform which is available 24 hours a day, 6 days a week.

Why trade forex?

Foreign exchange is the most actively traded and liquid financial market in the world, trading more than $4 trillion daily. It offers everyday traders significant potential to increase their personal wealth. Forex, unlike any other financial market, is not exchange traded which enables investors to respond to fluctuations in currency prices as they occur – at any time, day or night.

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Why trade with Standard FX Trader?

Standard FX Trader uses leading-edge technology developed by a global leader in online trading services, that offers 48 currency pairs and 6 spot gold and silver crosses. We offer 2 leveraged account types – a mini account and a standard account that can be opened in USD, EUR or GBP. With a risk free, no obligation free practice account, there is no need to look further than Standard FX Trader as your preferred online forex provider.

Standard FX Trader is operated by Standard Bank’s Global Markets division and not by Online Share Trading and you would therefore have to open a seperate account.

Start participating in the global forex market today by opening a risk-free practice account onwww.standardbank.co.za/standardfxtrader

For more information contact the Standard FX Trader desk on 0800 776 839 or 011 378 7768.

Please note: Forex trading involves significant risk of loss, including the risk of loss of any capital amount(s) invested due to market fluctuations, and is not suitable for all investors. Increasing leverage increases risk. Before deciding to trade forex, you should carefully consider your financial objectives, experience and risk appetite. Any opinions, news, research, analysis, prices or other information on this website does not constitute investment advice.

 

 

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