The FOREX can be put at the head of all other markets. At FOREX, the key players are central and commercial banks, which constantly exchange one currency for another. Each transaction on FOREX occurs for a justified reason. As a rule, such a reason is the need to service trading operations in the commodity and stock markets. But often banks, having surpluses in foreign currency accounts, are not averse to using them to obtain speculative profits from exchange transactions. Exchange rates, as well as the price of bank gold and silver, are formed on FOREX.


George Soros

The man who beat the Bank of England. Initially, he collapsed the pound, having bought 15 billion German marks, holding a short position against GBP during the summer of 1992. And then, when the price reached the bottom of the market, he bought up a depreciated British currency. Soros earned more than $1 billion a day, thanks to his strategy and included in the textbooks on stock trading.


Every student in the Faculty of Economics knows that a key feature of resources is their ability to run out. For this reason, goods such as oil, gas, copper, aluminum, coffee, sugar, soy, and many others are constantly growing in price. And this is not surprising. After all, global production growth does not keep pace with the growth rate of the Earth’s population. According to UN forecasts, the population of our planet will exceed 8.2 billion people already in 2030. However, despite the invariably rising vector of the cost of goods and raw materials, their prices are subject to fluctuations caused by seasonal factors, temporary overproduction, shortages or the introduction of new technologies.


Andrew Hall

Andrew Hall is an “oil god“, an American trader who has earned more than $100 million in the purchase and sale of oil. Hall was closely following what was happening in the world. He managed to predict that Iraq would attack Kuwait, one of the world’s major oil producers and exporters. After 15 years, he saw the impending crisis of 2008 and again made money on oil. Now, Andrew Hall is considered the most successful oil trader of his generation.


Once a quarter, the stock market is covered by the real Gold Rush. This is the time when the largest global corporations, whose shares are traded on world exchanges, report on the results of work over the past three months. This is the time when private investors, commercial banks and hedge funds benefit from investments in securities of companies such as Google, Amazon, Pfizer, Coca-Cola, purchased earlier, based on the positive result of their work. The stock market is always full of rumors, hopes, and assumptions, creating frequent fluctuations in stock prices, which allows you to earn money between the publication of company statements. Any events associated with the name of a company can lead to an increase or decrease in the price of shares.


Warren Buffett

A guy from Nebraska, a “wizard from Omaha,” who has been one of the top 3 richest people in the world according to Forbes for 8 years. At age 6, Warren bought a couple of cans of Coca-Cola for $ 0.25, sold for $ 0.50 and earned his first capital. At 11, he bought shares and earned $5, although he could have earned $ 500 if he had not been afraid to wait out the price fluctuation. At 14, he bought a land plot and leased it. In 27 – he created his first investment company. At 40+, he already owned $48 billion. Warren Buffett followed an important principle: invest in stocks of undervalued companies that are well-managed and expect a long-term perspective. Buffett’s Net worth is $83 billion now.

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The process of globalization of the global economy, which has swept the stock markets, has led traders and investors to need a tool that allows them to effectively monitor the state of the economy. Such an instrument was stock indices, which isolated individual sectors of the economy based on the average value of the shares included in each of them. Due to the growth or decline of such indices (DowJones 30, S&P 500, Dax, Nikkei 225), it is quite simple to determine the state of the economy of the countries in which corporations are located, the shares of which are included in each index. Stock indices have become such an effective indicator of the state of financial markets that traders began to use them as an investment asset, thanks to financial instruments such as futures, options, and CFDs.


Lewis Borsellino

First, he traded in gold futures, then turned to S&P indices. For him, “black Monday“ October 19, 1987, turned out to be “white.“ That Monday, Lewis received a profit of 500 thousand dollars. Over the next three days, he earned more than $2 million in short positions. After 10 years, Borselino received more than $2 million in the fall of the S&P 500 index.