BRAND NEW
FOREX
We have seriously improved our Forex traderoom, by adding long-awaited features.
Please note that CFDs are complex instruments and imply a high risk of losing money. On average 76% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
TRADING PORTFOLIO
The interface of trading portfolio is fully renewed and improved. Clear visual display of assets and easy management of your portfolio.
WHAT'S NEW
LOT TRADING
We have added a classic method of position opening, which is familiar to many traders. Set TP/SL in pips or asset price.


INVESTMENT TRANSPARENCY
Our platform will highlight all the importance settings before you open the deal.
    NO SWAPS OR COMMISSIONS
    When you open a deal
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    MARGIN LEVEL
    Health indicator of your trading situation.
    Use a profit from your current open positions in new trades
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    IQ OPTION
    1 : 30
    $ 10
    MINIMUM DEPOSIT:
    $ 10 000
    FREE DEMO ACCOUNT:
    VIRTUAL
    LEVERAGE UP TO:
    CUSTOMER SUPPORT 24/7
    UP TO 50 FOREX PAIRS
    AUD/USD, EUR/USD, GBP/USD and more
    UP TO 50 FOREX PAIRS
    AUD/USD, EUR/USD, GBP/USD and more
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    Forex. How to start?
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    VIDEOTUTORIAL
    Cross platform trading app
    What is Forex?
    Currency is similar to language, in that it varies from country to country. If you want to do international business or buy goods from abroad, you must pay with the local currency. For instance, you wouldn't expect to use Swiss Francs to pay for your meal in Marrakech, which is exactly where Forex trading comes in.

    Global currencies are traded on the foreign exchange market. Comparing this market to the stock market is one way to grasp the sheer scale of it; the average traded value of the global stock market is around $ 2,000 billion per day, while Forex trading surpasses $ 4.9 trillion daily.

    Unlike some other markets, this is no central market for Forex trading. Currency trading is all done over the electronic counter on global computer networks between individual traders. There are five major Forex trading centers: Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, New York and Tokyo.

    The Forex market is open 24 hours a day, five and a half days a week, and operates across nearly every time zone, which makes for an active market in a continual state of flux, with prices changing all the time.

    Basic Principles
    When currencies are traded on the Forex market, they are bought and sold in what are known as currency pairs, where one currency is used to buy another.

    These pairs have been created to simplify the comparison of currencies and as a way to better understand the value of one in relation to another. The EUR/USD pairing is among the most popular.

    In currency pairs, the first currency is the base and the second currency is referred to as the counter currency. So in the previous example, you are using USD to buy EUR. Your broker converts your existing currency into USD, and then uses that to buy EUR. When buying a currency pairing, you take what is known as a 'long position', and when selling you take a 'short position'.

    It is vital that you have a good understanding of the current climate of your chosen currency market. If you believe people are going to sell bitcoin, for example, then this will bring the price down in relation to the EUR.

    We provide regularly updated information on many popular pairings, and we include the popular Bitcoin cryptocurrency in our currency index.

    The majority of Forex traders focus on the following currency pairs: EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, and USD/CHF are the main four, followed by USD/CAD, AUD/USD and NZD/USD. All other pairs are just different combinations of the same currencies.

    How to Trade Forex?
    The main highlights of Forex trading:

    Firstly, sign up to IQ Option trading platform. If you are a newbie in Forex trading, we recommend you to start with a Demo account (with rechargeable virtual $ 10 000), so you don't have to worry about losing your real money.

    Get acquainted with the basics of trading and investing through a series of easy-to-understand videos designed with your best interests in mind.

    Open your first deal by choosing one of the 30+ assets you'd like to trade. Set the investment amount. Try to predict the direction of the prevailing trend and push Call button (if you think that price is going to increase) or Put button (if you think that price is going to decrease).

    Close your deal at the right moment (highest price if you chose Call, or the lowest price, if you chose Put) and get your profit.

    What Time Does the Forex Market Open?
    The Forex market is open 24 hours a day, five and a half days a week, and operates across nearly every time zone, which makes for an active market in a continual state of flux, with prices changing all the time.

    There are five major Forex trading centers: Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, New York and Tokyo.

    Trading Forex Risk Assessment
    Foreign exchange is a relatively stable market, with most currency pairs moving less than 1% daily, meaning the value changes very little.

    However, because of this low level of volatility, many Forex traders utilize the huge leverage to greatly increase the value of these price movements. Leverage in the Forex market can be as high as 250:1, but this higher level of reward also carries a higher level of risk.

    The deep liquidity of the Forex market, coupled with the the fact that trading continues 24 hours a day, means that Forex brokers can make that high leverage industry standard, in turn making any price movements far more meaningful for Forex traders. Time is another factor, and positions can be opened and closed within minutes, or retained for several months. The sheer size of the Forex market makes it impossible for the bigger players to start manipulating prices, as well.

    What is Forex?
    Currency is similar to language, in that it varies from country to country. If you want to do international business or buy goods from abroad, you must pay with the local currency. For instance, you wouldn't expect to use Swiss Francs to pay for your meal in Marrakech, which is exactly where Forex trading comes in.

    Global currencies are traded on the foreign exchange market. Comparing this market to the stock market is one way to grasp the sheer scale of it; the average traded value of the global stock market is around $ 2,000 billion per day, while Forex trading surpasses $ 4.9 trillion daily.

    Unlike some other markets, this is no central market for Forex trading. Currency trading is all done over the electronic counter on global computer networks between individual traders. There are five major Forex trading centers: Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, New York and Tokyo.

    The Forex market is open 24 hours a day, five and a half days a week, and operates across nearly every time zone, which makes for an active market in a continual state of flux, with prices changing all the time.

    Basic Principles
    When currencies are traded on the Forex market, they are bought and sold in what are known as currency pairs, where one currency is used to buy another.

    These pairs have been created to simplify the comparison of currencies and as a way to better understand the value of one in relation to another. The EUR/USD pairing is among the most popular.

    In currency pairs, the first currency is the base and the second currency is referred to as the counter currency. So in the previous example, you are using USD to buy EUR. Your broker converts your existing currency into USD, and then uses that to buy EUR. When buying a currency pairing, you take what is known as a 'long position', and when selling you take a 'short position'.

    It is vital that you have a good understanding of the current climate of your chosen currency market. If you believe people are going to sell bitcoin, for example, then this will bring the price down in relation to the EUR.

    We provide regularly updated information on many popular pairings, and we include the popular Bitcoin cryptocurrency in our currency index.

    The majority of Forex traders focus on the following currency pairs: EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, and USD/CHF are the main four, followed by USD/CAD, AUD/USD and NZD/USD. All other pairs are just different combinations of the same currencies.

    How to trade Forex?
    The main highlights of Forex trading:

    Firstly, sign up to IQ Option trading platform. If you are a newbie in Forex trading, we recommend you to start with a Demo account (with rechargeable virtual $ 10 000), so you don't have to worry about losing your real money.

    Get acquainted with the basics of trading and investing through a series of easy-to-understand videos designed with your best interests in mind.

    Open your first deal by choosing one of the 30+ assets you'd like to trade. Set the investment amount. Try to predict the direction of the prevailing trend and push Call button (if you think that price is going to increase) or Put button (if you think that price is going to decrease).

    Close your deal at the right moment (highest price if you chose Call, or the lowest price, if you chose Put) and get your profit.

    What Time Does the Forex Market Open?
    The Forex market is open 24 hours a day, five and a half days a week, and operates across nearly every time zone, which makes for an active market in a continual state of flux, with prices changing all the time.

    There are five major Forex trading centers: Frankfurt, Hong Kong, London, New York and Tokyo.

    Trading Forex Risk Assessment
    Foreign exchange is a relatively stable market, with most currency pairs moving less than 1% daily, meaning the value changes very little.

    However, because of this low level of volatility, many Forex traders utilize the huge leverage to greatly increase the value of these price movements. Leverage in the Forex market can be as high as 250:1, but this higher level of reward also carries a higher level of risk.

    The deep liquidity of the Forex market, coupled with the the fact that trading continues 24 hours a day, means that Forex brokers can make that high leverage industry standard, in turn making any price movements far more meaningful for Forex traders. Time is another factor, and positions can be opened and closed within minutes, or retained for several months. The sheer size of the Forex market makes it impossible for the bigger players to start manipulating prices, as well.