Financial markets are global investment platforms where some market instruments are exchanged for others. A striking example of a financial market is foreign currency market, where currency units of different countries are "exchanged" against one another.
Individuals that perform transactions on financial markets to their own advantage are investors.
This page will tell you what is necessary for taking the first steps on financial markets and becoming an experienced investor with your own portfolio and a unique investment strategy.
The investor’s earnings are differences between the asset’s buy and sell prices. It sounds pretty simple but for implementing this scheme one must know how to predict growth or decline of the price of some financial instrument and have investment experience.
To start investing on financial markets, you need to register and, after deciding on a terminal, an account base currency, and a credit value, open a corresponding investment account.Open accountMore detailed instructions how to open an account
Moreover, those who are “always on the go” can use web versions of the platforms, which can be run at any moment in familiar browsers.
RM Investment Bank clients are offered a wide range of popular assets: Currency pairs, Stock and Index derivatives – in total more than 12,000 investment instruments. Every investor decides for themselves whether to choose one asset or diversify their portfolio by investing money in several different ones.More about assets
To start investing, it will be enough to deposit the minimum required amount, which is 100 USD.Deposit funds
Through the example of the currency market.
When this type of order is opened, the asset is expected to rise in price.
When opening this order, an investor believes that the financial instrument price is going to fall.
Choose a currency pair you’re interested in.
Click “New order” on the terminal panel, specify the order volume, as well as Take Profit and Stop Loss levels.
Click “Buy” or ”Sell” depending on the chosen order direction.
Now you will have to monitor changes in the invested instrument rate in order to close the order in the future according to your investment strategy.
An investment strategy is a set of rules used by an investor in their investment operations. Every investor creates their own tactics, by choosing a method of analysis (fundamental or technical), duration of orders (short-, mid-, or long-term), and additional tools (signals and automated strategies).
A unique style can be developed only by practicing, learning the behavior of attractive assets, and adopting the experience of professional investors.Start investing