The yield curve can provide insights into economic expectations for inflation, growth, and possibly changes in monetary policy. Learn more about the different types of yield curves here.
If you are looking to trade financial assets as CFDs you will need to understand the difference between the cash and futures market.
Using RSI (Relative Strength Index) to trade is a common method that you’ll often see in forums, which is to buy when RSI goes into oversold territory (below 30) and sell when it goes into overbought territory (above 70). However, is that all there is to it?
The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is an international organisation consisting of 14 nations that are all oil-producing countries. Learn about OPEC's purpose here.
Contracts for difference are popular assets for traders globally as they provide a way to access a wide variety of financial markets.
An IB traditionally refers new traders to their preferred broker for a commission. Read more about how introducing brokers operate for Axi in this guide.