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Behind me is the London Eye which is a very big Ferris wheel, 135 metres to be exact.
I’m currently here in Southwark at MoneyWeek headquarters in London. And my trading account, is sitting in Johannesburg, in South Africa.
I guess that’s that the amazing thing about trading really. You can literally trade any market, index, currency pair you like wherever you are.
And because the Forex market is a 24 hour a day, five day a week market. With the different time-zones, you can trade whenever you like.
If you enjoy travelling like I do, here’s how to trade Forex from anywhere in the world.
First you need to open an account with a broker, then you’ll fill in the short forms and documents they’ll ask you to complete.
You’ll then simply deposit the amount of money you want to start trading. The minimum from my experience with competitive brokers starts at around R500, £25 or just $35.
Next you need a trading platform. So what you can do is give your broker a call, and ask him or her to help you open your charting platform. And because they’re generally very friendly, they’ll be happy to walk you through how to use the charting platform.
Whenever you decide to travel, just make sure there is a strong internet connection or Wi-Fi access around the area you’re staying at.
And finally, you’ll obviously need a smartphone, desktop, laptop or even a tablet to trade the markets.
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I’d like to tell you more about what you need to trade around the world, but the truth is, there really is nothing more to it.
Until next time,
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