What is Forex
Foreign Exchange trading
The foreign exchange is the largest market in the world in terms of trading volume, with an average of more than $5 trillion currencies traded daily. The Forex market allows investors to trade currency pairs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and to manage market exposure with the use of leverage. ActivTrades provides retail and professional clients with access to forex trading across a wide range of currency symbols.
Quickpayouttrade offers the World’s most highly traded forex currencies, including USD, GBP, JPY, EUR, as well as less popular ones, such as TRY, RUB, HKD, and many more.
By paying close attention to chart patterns and technical indicators, traders can easily analyse forex market trends and improve their trading results.
The forex market is very popular for professional traders who know its opportunities, but it is an equally good place to start a trading journey.
Discover unlimited opportunities in the global forex market. It takes only 40 seconds to sign up and access all available currency pairs on the platform.
Save as much of the profits from your trading as possible with Quickpayouttrade , which offers some of the lowest commission rates in the industry.
When trading foreign exchange on leverage there is the potential for additional profits with the need for less capital in a trade.
Why trade Forex with us
Quickpayouttrade offers more exotic forex currency pairs, including AUD/CAD, EUR/CHF, GBP/JPY, and many more. In total, Quickpayouttrade provides traders access to 14 exotic trading pairs in addition to the four major forex currency trading pairs. These more obscure and exotic markets make for a unique trading experience as each currency in the pair reacts to different sets of factors causing price fluctuations.
With Quickpayouttrade you can buy, sell, and trade a variety of different global currencies like the USD, GBP, EUR, and more, and take part in one of the world’s biggest markets - the Forex market.
- Direct Market Access (DMA)
- Leverage up to 1:500
- T+0 settlement
- Dividends paid in cash