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If you have any questions about placing your first trade in a Live or Demo account, ask here. Talk about strategy, market movers and risk management.

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  4. MT4 spread betting

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  6. What time do Fx open on Sunday?

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  8. wedge and technical analysis

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  9. Placing an Order

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