Forex Training Videos

 
  • OANDA Order Book

    Get a 24-hour summary of open orders and positions held by OANDA's clients. To learn more, please see OANDA Forex Order Book

  • How to set up User Preferences in OANDA fxTrade

    “Customize” the fxTrade platform to your personal needs. You can modify color schemes, fonts, and default settings for elements including stop-loss and take-profit parameters, upper and lower bounds, alert sounds, and even the appearance of technical charts.

  • Buying and Selling Market Orders in Forex

    The most basic form of a new order is a market order. This is an order that is placed for immediate execution and at the current price. This video demonstrates how to buy or sell a new market order using the fxTrade platform.

  • How to Manually Close an Open Order in fxTrade

    To close an open order, you must buy or sell an equal amount of the open order so that your total position in the currency pair is reduced to zero. For example, if you have an open order for 5,000 units of EUR/USD, you must sell 5,000 units of EUR/USD to completely close your position.

  • How to Modify an Open Order in OANDA fxTrade

    An open order is one that has been executed and is still active. It is important to remember that as long as an order remains open, it is subject to changes in the market price. Also, it is possible to modify some components of an open order with adding stop-loss and / or take-profit instructions being the most common types of open order modifications.

  • Buying and Selling Limit Orders in Forex

    A limit order is a market order that includes special instructions preventing it from being executed until the market price reaches the price you specify when creating the order. In many situations, a limit order reduces the risk of entering into a fluctuating market where the exchange rate could suddenly move against you.

  • Commitments of Traders

    Weekly non-commercial trading statistics in the US futures market, plotted against currency rates to illustrate forex sentiment. To learn more, visit Commitments of Traders

  • Currency Strength Heatmap

    Compare how currency pairs have moved relative to each other. To learn more, visit Currency Strength Heatmap

Information provided on this website is general in nature and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. It's important for you to consider the current Financial Service Guide (FSG), Product Disclosure Statement ('PDS'), and any other relevant OANDA documents before making any financial investment decisions.  These documents can be found on this website. Trading CFDs is risky and not suitable for all investors.  You may lose more than you invest and you do not own the underlying asset.

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