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FX Leaders caters for all types of traders, from the beginner to the experienced. Whether you’ve just started trading or whether you know the markets like the back of your hand, there is something interesting you can learn in our financial instrument guide.

In these handy guides, you will learn more about trading the Swiss franc, euro, British pound, United States dollar, Japanese yen, crude oil, Nikkei, and gold. Do you know how to calculate the pip value of the USD/JPY? And which country has more than 9 million kilograms of unmined gold? Continue reading to learn more about instrument correlations, which economic events are important and much more.

Instrument guide articles

Trading the GBP/USD Currency Pair – A Beginner’s Guide

The British pound/U.S. dollar currency pair denotes the exchange rate between the British pound and the U.S. dollar. The pair expresses the relationship as the number of dollars needed to buy one pound.For example, if the GBP/USD exchange rate is 1.30000, it means you need…Full Article

Gold Signals – A Beginner’s Guide, Part 1

FX Leaders is constantly evolving and expanding its services, we recently incorporated another exciting financial instrument into our forex trading signals program – gold trading signals!… Full Article

Gold Trading Signals – A Beginner’s Guide, Part 2

Gold can be traded in many ways. The most basic way is to buy physical gold, of course. Luckily, there are more advanced ways to trading gold nowadays which are much faster and cheaper. You see, if you buy physical gold like bars and coins, it’s normally more expensive because… Full Article

Gold Trading the Nikkei 225 – A Beginner’s Guide

The Nikkei 225 is a price-weighted stock index or the stock average of the top 225 blue-chip stocks listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The Nikkei can be compared to the Dow Jones Industrial Average Index of the United States… Full Article

Trading the USD/JPY Currency Pair – A Beginner’s Guide

The United States dollar/Japanese yen currency pair denotes the exchange rate between the U.S. dollar and the Japanese yen and expresses it as the number of Japanese yen needed to buy one U.S. dollar… Full Article

Trading Crude Oil – A Beginner’s Guide

At FXLeaders, we’ve recently begun to provide excellent trading signals on WTI crude oil. WTI is the abbreviation for West Texas Intermediate… Full Article

Trading the EUR/USD Currency Pair – A Beginner’s Guide

The Euro/U.S. dollar currency pair denotes the exchange rate between the euro and the U.S. dollar and expresses it as the number of dollars needed to buy one euro.For example, if the EUR/USD… Full Article

Trading the USD/CHF Currency Pair – A Beginner’s Guide

The United States dollar/Swiss franc currency pair denotes the exchange rate between the U.S. dollar and the Swiss franc and expresses it as the number of Swiss francs needed to buy… Full Article