Are forex trading robots really as great as promised?

If forex trading robots were as much of a sure thing as promoters of trading systems make them out to be, why would anybody work?

Foreign exchange (“forex”) trading robots automatically place trades on your behalf using a complex formula.

These robots are typically marketed with… Read More

Forex trading courses sound too good to be true for a reason

Reductio ad absurdum (Latin: “reduction to the absurd”) is a form of argument that goes back thousands of years, to Aristotle and before. It works like this: to prove a proposition is false, you simply show that its logical implications lead to absurd conclusions. This… Read More

Forex investments sound too good to be true … and they are

Reductio ad absurdum (Latin: “reduction to the absurd”) is a form of argument that goes back thousands of years, to Aristotle and before. It works like this: to prove a proposition is false, you simply show that its logical implications lead to absurd conclusions. This… Read More

Revealing the myths behind forex investments

These days, we see lots of ads for books, seminars and software that purport to show you how you can consistently make returns of 50% to 100% (or more) yearly in forex investments. Some even go so far as to say you can do it… Read More

What your broker won’t tell you about forex investments

With the Canadian dollar trading near $0.97 U.S., and outperforming many of the world’s major currencies, interest in forex (or foreign exchange) investments has picked up lately.

Forex investments involve dealing in foreign currency futures or options. This can make sense for a business that is… Read More

Forex investments: Not a license to print money

When the economy is volatile, there seems to be more advertisements for forex (foreign exchange) investment products, or strategies for making forex investments.

Dealing in forex investments through foreign currency futures or options can make sense for a business that has been forced to take on… Read More