The Financial Commission Launches New Free Education Portal for Retail FX and CFD Traders 

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The Financial Commission, a leading independent, non-governmental self-regulatory organization and external dispute resolution (EDR) forum, announces the launch of a new, free education portal for retail FX and CFD traders on its official website as part of its ongoing efforts to educate traders on a variety of topics related to trading financial markets, including managing trading risks, thus contributing to their overall knowledge about Forex trading.

The new portal, launched in partnership with Traders-Education, features video tutorials and e-books covering popular financial markets, including Forex, CFDs, commodities, and stocks. Traders can also access a robust glossary of market and trading industry terms, analyze market prices and news from different regions, and review crucial upcoming economic news releases via the calendar. 

Likewise, traders can learn the important basics of how to conduct technical and fundamental market analysis, trading psychology, and how to formulate trading strategies using technical indicators. 

Traders can also get familiar with popular trading platforms offered by FX and CFD brokers, such as MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, and cTrader, without having to open a trading account. 

Everyone can use the new education portal for free simply by submitting their name and email address on the Financial Commission website. Upon registration, users will be able to start using the ebooks, video tutorials, and analysis tools right away.

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