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How to Identify And Avoid Forex Scams



Did you know the Forex market is the largest financial market in the world, with over $5 trillion traded every single day? Not only does it allow central banks and corporations to trade with each other, or holidaymakers visit new destinations, it also allows speculators to take advantage of a market that trades 24 hours a day, 5 days a week.To get more news about forex scams, you can visit wikifx.com official website.

There has never been an easier time to access the world's forex market either. At the click of a button, you could be trading on the direction of the Euro, British pound, Japanese yen, US dollar or even the Russian Ruble! There are hundreds of currency pairings to trade, so there is plenty of choices to find the ones that interest you most.
Many ask themselves, "Can you get rich by trading Forex?". While the financial gains of trading the Forex market seem lucrative, it cannot be considered easy. Having a sound trading education, a properly funded trading account and an understanding of risk management techniques are essential.
Unfortunately, many unscrupulous people will try to scam individuals through Forex trading scams. Forex scams will be around for as long as the Forex market exists. As schemes are evolving, scammers are always somewhere nearby, trying to steal your money. But could there be a solution to this problem?

Investment scams take many different forms. Some of the scams are even named after their creators - such as a Ponzi scheme, named after the infamous Charles Ponzi. Forex scammers tend to target beginners or uneducated traders. The best way to avoid being a victim, and avoid getting scammed, is by getting a good Forex trading education before you enter the markets.
 
Forex scams often pitch "too-good-to-be-true investment opportunities" as a way of convincing you to part with your money. When you lack trading experience, swindlers will try to exploit your optimism, your fears and your lack of knowledge. Learning the markets means you are no longer an easy target.
How To Spot A Scam
The broad range of scams out there have many asking themselves, "Is Forex a pyramid scheme?". No, Forex, itself, is not a pyramid scheme. However, there are scams of different sorts within the world of Forex trading. The most important giveaway of a Forex scammer is a guarantee of unusually large profits with little or no financial risk.

First of all: there is no such thing as a 100% guarantee. If there was, there is no way traders would share it with other market players. Some of these offers may sound very attractive, especially to beginner traders. But as the saying goes, the only free cheese is in the mousetrap. The bottom line is this: if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

For some more insight into the trading 'dream' that a lot of scammers sell, and the trading reality that most traders experience day-to-day, check out this video from professional trader Paul Wallace.
Another giveaway is that scammers never register with any regulatory authority. Remember - true brokers always provide proof of their legitimacy. If you suspect that a Forex broker is lying about their regulatory status, you can contact a regulatory authority who may be able to provide a list of regulated companies, and a list of cases opened against regulated companies. This will help you understand which Forex brokers to avoid.

Three Major Types of Forex Scams to Avoid
Those involved in forex scams, money scams and general trading scams are always trying to find new and innovative ways to take advantage of new traders. However, there are three major types of forex scams that people commonly fall victim to. Below we will explain how these work, as understanding them is the first step in avoiding them.

1) Robot Scams
A Forex robot is a trading program that uses algorithms, or lines of computer code, as technical signals to open and close trades. Not all Forex robots are scams. For example, Forex robots can be built using Expert Advisors (EAs) within the popular MetaTrader suite of trading platforms.
2) Signal Seller Scams
Forex signal sellers are individuals who send out trade ideas which usually include a currency pair, direction, entry price, stop loss and target levels. There are multiple things to look out for so you don't fall victim to these kinds of forex trading scams:
3) Phony Trading Investment Scams
There are many adverts nowadays promoting phony forex trading investment scams and fake forex investment funds. In the past, some traders have argues that the Forex Kings and Forex Paradise are scams. However, we don't have any concrete evidence to support these claims. In essence, a slick marketing message or salesperson will sell you on the phantom, or unverified results, of their forex fund. All you need to do is send them your investment and you can sit back and enjoy the returns.

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