Education Trading

Starting with this article, find out how the ECN trading model works, who the liquidity providers are and how udaan Sales processes your orders.


Risk Management

Risk management, also known as money management, refers to a number of trading techniques employed to lessen risk exposure. Being affected by various factors, currency rates may be quite volatile at times, thus protecting your account against adverse price fluctuations is an essential part of a trading strategy.


Technical analysis

Technical analysis is a method of price forecasting that involves pattern recognition on a chart. Analysts employ various tools to identify levels of support and resistance, breakouts and breakdowns, trends and trading ranges. Knowing the strategies basics, one can likely find oneself able to implement some of the key elements into a self-designed strategy.


Forex Trading Sessions

Currencies are available to trade 24/5, anywhere globally, while cryptocurrency is available 24/7. However, there is server maintenance when trading cryptocurrencies is unavailable from 12:00 a.m to 2:00 a.m. on Saturday and 3:30 a.m. to 4:00 a.m. on Sunday.


Fundamental analysis and economic indicators

Fundamental analysis is the study of how economy of the country affects its currency rate, which mainly involves interpretation of statistical reports and economic indicators. Hundreds of economic news and reports released daily allow, to some extent, to predict whether the currency value will appreciate or depreciate in future and when reversal of the current trend may be expected.


An introduction to Forex Market

The Foreign Exchange market, commonly referred to as Forex or simply FX, is the largest financial market where currencies are bought, sold and exchanged one for another. Unlike, for example, the stock market, it has no centralised exchange, and transactions are performed over the counter. The participants trade with one another through a worldwide network of banks, brokers, and other financial institutions.


Leverage in Forex trading

Forex leverage refers to the ability to control larger positions with a relatively smaller amount of capital. Essentially, traders borrow funds from their broker to enter positions that exceed their account balance. The leverage ratio determines the amount of borrowed funds traders can access. For example, a leverage ratio of 1:100 means that for every dollar of capital, traders can control $100 worth of trading positions.