When we last wrote about Brexit, Theresa May was making last minute amendments to her Brexit proposal ahead of the EU summit. Despite the deal having been approved by EU representatives, it is still unclear whether or not May’s deal will go through on March 29th, 2019.
Opening a trading account usually requires depositing a first amount of money to confirm and activate the account. But this modality is different from one online broker to another. We must therefore study what each broker offers online before deciding to open an account with one or the other and can begin to invest online on financial assets.
There are several ways to deposit and withdraw money from an online broker, whether for Forex or CFDs. To credit or debit a broker's trading account, you can use your credit card, make a bank transfer, or even use an electronic wallet such as PayPal.
Online broker IronFX is currently running a live trading competition. The lucky winner will walk away with a choice between a stay in Rio during its famous carnival or a cash lump sum of $10,000.
When a trader wants to register on an online trading platform, some formalities are imposed. It is a question of respect towards the regulation set up by the financial authorities in order to regulate fraud and to control and protect amateur or professional traders.
It appears there is no room for doubt: cryptocurrencies are pretty much worthless! Or at least that is what the markets seem to be showing.
Theresa May is expected to make an emergency visit to Brussels on Saturday in order to finalise Brexit negotiations ahead of EU leaders’ summit the next day.