Wednesday, September 16, 2015

تعلم الفوركس باللغه العربيه

مقدمه الى اسواق المال والفوركس

من هم الاطراف المشاركه فى الاسواق الماليه والفوركس

سوق الفوركس ليست بالسهوله التى يعتقدها الكثير من ا...

ماهو سوق الفوركس وماهو مكانه؟

ماهى العملات التى يتم تداولها فى سوق الفوركس

اسعار العملات

كيف يتم دفع السبريد؟

معنى النقطه البيب وكيف يتم حسابها ؟

الاوقات التى تعمل فيها الفوركس

كيفيه الاستفاده من اوقات الفوركس المختلفه

انواع العقود فى الفوركس (Lots)

الرافعه الماليه ونظام المتاجره بالهامش

ما الذى يحرك سوق الفوركس ؟

مقدمه التحليل فى سوق الفوركس

اهم مؤشرات البورصات العالميه التى تؤثر فى سوق الفوركس

ماهى طرق تجاره الفوركس بالاخبار ومميزاتها وعيوبها؟

التحليل الاساسى-العلاقه بين التضخم واسعار الفائده

اجتماع لجنه السياسه الماليه فى بنك انجلترا المركزى

Nonfarm Payrolls - United States تقرير الوظائف الغير زراعيه

مؤشر أسعار المستهلك CPI Consumer price index

مؤشر ثقة المستهلكين Consumer confidence index

الميزان التجاري-Balance of trade

Gross Domestic Product - GDP-إجمالي الناتج المحلى

مؤشر مبيعات التجزئة-Retail Sales


معدل البطاله - Unemployment Rate

مؤشر اسعار المنتجين-PPI-Producer Price Index

تقرير مخزون النفط الامريكى U.S. Crude Oil Inventor...

ماالمقصود بالعمل بنظام الهامش ؟


الهامش المستخدم والهامش المتاح 

المتاجرة بنظام الهامش

 بعض المفاهيم الاساسيه فى الفوركس

كيف تتحقق الأرباح في المتاجرة فى العملات ؟ 

 البورصات التي تتعامل بنظام الهامش


 المتاجرة بنظام الهامش وأنواع البورصات

 المتاجرة بالبورصات عن طريق الإنترنت

 لماذا العمل بسوق العملات ؟

 أسس المتاجرة بالعملات الدولية

 سعر العملة Currency rate

 العمل بالمتاجرة بالعملات في البورصة الدولية للعملا

 العملة الأساس Base currency

 العملات المباشرة وغير المباشرة

 تغير أسعار العملات في السوق الدولي للعملات

 تقييم أسعار العملات في البورصة الدولية

 تحديد عدد النقاط

 حجم العقدContract size

 قيمة النقطة PIP value

 الربح والخسارة في المتاجرة بالعملات

 الحساب العادي والحساب المصغّر

 المتاجرة بالعملات بالنظام الهامشي

 كيف يتم التعامل بين المتاجر وشركة الوساطة

الحساب الافتراضي Demo account

 المقابل المادي للخدمات التي تقدمها شركات الوساطة

 الفوائد اليومية Interest or Rollover

 موقف الشريعة الإسلامية من المتاجرة في العملات .

 فتح الصفقة وإغلاقها

 الربح والخسارة والربح العائم والخسارة العائمة

طبيعة حركة الأسعار

أقسام الحساب

توقع أسعار العملات Forecasting
التحليل الفني Technical analysis
التحليل الفني Technical analysis 2
الإطار الزمني Time frame
البيانات الرئيسية لحركة السعر السابقة
قراءة الرسم البياني لحركه الاسعار

 أشكال التعبير عن حركة السعر

 الرسم البياني ذو الشموع اليابانية Japanese candle...

 الرسم البياني ذو الشموع اليابانية Japanese candle sticks 2

 تحليل الرسم البياني Chart Analysing

 تحليل الرسم البياني Chart Analysing 2

 الدعم و المقاومة Support and Resistance

 الأشكال Patterns

 Forex Indicators 1 مؤشرات الفوركس

 Forex Indicators 2 مؤشرات الفوركس

تحليل الشموع اليابانية Candle stick analyzing 

 التحليل الإخباري Fundamental analysis

 أنواع الأوامر فى الفوركس Type of orders

 المخاطرة في المضاربة على أسعار العملات

 القواعد الرئيسية في إدارة المخاطر

 المتاجرة بالعملات و موقف الشريعة الإسلامية منها

















How profits achieved in trading?



It's an easy question to answer
when trading commodity the profit is achieved when you buy this item at a price and sell at a higher price.
No we can not achieve a profit unless the price to sell is greater than our purchase price for the commodity.
On the basis of simple equation: Profit = sell price - purchase price
we buy and sell at a higher price thus achieved a profit
before you buy a commodity for the purpose of trading to expect that the price will rise.
If we expected that the price of a commodity will rise after a period of time, we buy and wait for the price to actually increase and then sell high price.

We monitor the price movement and when if we expect that the price of a commodity has become a rising any day, we buy and then wait until the price rises actually and then we sell and we get the profit.
But what if we expected that the price of a commodity will fall and will not rise?
What if we expected that car prices will drop in the coming days and will not go up?
Of course it would be foolish to buy a car now; we will find that the price will fall in the next days if we sold we will suffer from the loss.
If the car price now is $ 10,000, but we expect that in the coming days, the price will drop to $ 8,000, it would be foolish to buy them at a price of $ 10,000 if  we will find that the price became $ 8,000 days after If we sold at that price we will suffer from the loss of $ 2,000
Thus we can not begin to buy unless we expect that prices will rise and that the markets in the rise.
This is logic and clear but you may wonder why do I emphasize this?
Because also in falling markets where prices fall we can also achieve profit
How so?
Imagine that you have a car its price in the market price now is $ 10,000

If car prices in decline and that the car price after a few days will drop to $ 8,000, how can you make profit?
Simply you will sell your car now and before that the price decline at a price of $ 10,000 and will put in your pocket this amount, you will wait until the price drops to $ 8,000 and then you buy it again at this price.
What is the result?
The result is that your car back to you, along with $ 2,000 profit.
You sold it at $ 10,000 USD and then re-purchased for $ 8,000 USD i.e. you have returned your car, along with a profit of $ 2,000... !!
This means that you are able to profit from the falling market completely like to profit from the rising market.
With one difference
you are in a bullish market (i.e. where prices are rising day after day), you began the deal with buy and then and ended it with sell.
While In the bearish market you have started with sell and ended with buy.
In a bullish market situation: the purchase price was less than the sale price.
In a bearish market situation: the purchase price is also less than the sale price.
But what has been changed is the order of the deal.
Thus it does not matter that the prices are high or low to make a profit trading.
It is important that your predictions for the market are right.
If you predicted that prices will rise will buy the item first and then sell it when it is actually go up.
But if you predicted that prices will fall you will sell first and then buy when it is actually go down.
In the financial markets it is called LONG term when we begin the deal with buy and the term SHORT when we start with selling.
So long means Buy and short means Sell

the story from the beginning


You have purchased a car from an agency of cars at a price of $ 10,000; the agency was deducted $ 1,000 from your as margin and remains in your account the amount of $ 2,000 margin available.
You now have a car in your name you can sell in the market... and will be keen to make a profit selling it at a price higher than $ 10,000.
Now go to the market and looking for a buyer for the car at a higher price of $ 10,000...ok?
No not like that...!!
We will assume that the method of buying and selling cars in your country is in a public auction in which all who is interested in buying and selling shares and where the price of cars varies according to supply and demand.
If the number of people wanting to buy cars has increased the price of cars will increase and will continue to rise as long as there are a greater number of buyers.
If the number wishing to sell cars increased over the number of buyers it will drop the price of cars and will continue to fall as long as there are a greater number of sellers.
Now you have a car you would like to sell...
Will go to this market and will monitor the price of the car in the market, which is determined by the supply and demand in the market, if your car is desirable and there are plenty of people willing to buy it, the price will increase from $ 10,000 to $ 11,000, for example, and if there is more demand for the car the price could rise to $ 12,000.
Here you know that all you have to pay to the agency is the amount of $ 10,000; a price that you bought the car with, if the car is sold at the current market price of $ 12,000  you will be a winner no doubt.
So when the price of the car $ 12,000 in the market will order to sell the agency to sell the car in your name with this price, they will sell the car at a price of $ 12,000, and will deduce $ 10,000 full value of the car, and will return your deposit which taken as margin and will add profit of $ 2,000 to your account to have a ($ 12,000 - $ 10,000) and will become your account now has $ 5,000 ($ 3,000 original account +2000 US dollars profit from the deal).
You can withdraw this amount or withdraw part of it, or you can do it again.
In all cases you will sleep happy tonight...!!
Thus by deducting $ 1,000 from your account you got a $ 2,000 profit, an increase of 200% of the capital... Note that the capital was nothing more than a margin has been returned after completion of the deal...!!
What if you went to the market and found that the number of sellers more than the number of buyers? And that there is a lot of wishing to buy a car
the price of the car will fall from $ 10,000 to $ 9,500, for example
This means that if you sold the car at the current market, you will lose $ 500.
Where if you ordered the agency to sell the car when the market price became $ 9,500 you will you'll get $ 9,500 and an amount of $ 500 will be deducted from your account to complete the full value of the car, and the deposit you paid as a margin will be returned  and thus your account = $ 2,500 (3000 $ original account - $ 500 loss).
Of course you do not like this...
So you wait, hoping to increase demand for the car and back to the high price.
But what if the demand not increased, but increased the offer?!!
The price of your car will drop more than $ 9,500 to $ 9,000.
Here if you sold the car at the current price you will lose $ 1,000 from your account and will remain in your account $ 2,000.
And you wait more...
But the price is still in decline, for example, to reach $ 8,000.
What will happen here?
You can wait more hoping the price will rise again.
But the agency will not wait a single moment...!!
They are watching the price of cars in the market as you watched it.
They will not allow that the price falls by more than that...
Why?
Because the amount that you have as available margin = $ 2,000, which as you learned the maximum amount you can afford to lose in this deal.
When the price of cars in the market reaches $ 8,000 if you decide to sell your car at this price the company will be able to complete the rest of the price of the car and then deduce from your existing account, it can deduct $ 2,000 from the available margin.
But if the price of cars has become less than $ 8,000 means that your loss will be more than $ 2,000 then decided to sell the car then the agency will not be able to complete the rest of the value of the car from your account where there is no margin available only $ 2,000 .Here the agency will bear part of the loss.
And this is not permitted at all...!!
All that you can lose is the amount in your available margin.
But what will happen when the market price of the car reaches $ 8,000?
It will come from the agency the so-called Margin Call.
It is a warning from the company that prompts you to either sell the car immediately or adding more money to the available margin you have.
What is this?
We mean that the agency monitors the price of cars all the time and with any change in the price of cars in the market they assume that you sell the car.
And they always keen on that only you who bear the full loss and not them.
Since they do not share your profit, they do not share your loss.
So when it becomes: the current market price - purchase price =the available margin you will see the margin call
So what can you do then?
you have two choices:
Either that the agency sell the car at this price $ 8,000, and so the difference is deducted from your available margin and it will deduce $ 2,000 and had thus completed the full value of the car ($ 8,000 current market price +$ 2,000 deducted from your account), and so your deposit margin becomes in your account is $ 1,000 ($ 3,000 original account $ --2,000 sum deducted)
And your loss in the deal is the $ 2,000 you fully incurred.
If you do not want to sell at this price, and you want to wait any longer perhaps the price rise back, you have to add more money to the available margin you have.
If we assume that you added $ 1,000 to the margin available will become available margin = $ 3,000
Even if the price of cars fell to $ 7,000 the agency will be able to complete the full value of the car in case of a sale at the current price.
But what if the car price reaches $ 8,000, and I received a margin call did not sell or add more money to my account? What will happen?
The agency will sell the car which is in your name at a price of $ 8,000 will not wait for your order.
They will do this by themselves.
Avoiding that the price of the car will fall more than $ 8,000
as we have said it will not allow you to lose more than the amount in the margin you have available.
The moment at which the agency will sell the car fearing that they can bear the loss is called Auto Close.
This behavior is just with no doubt...
If you understand the previous example then you have understood the underlying principle of the trading by margin basis.
The system of margin trading is an opportunity for many people to enable them to trade more than the size of their capital several times while retaining the full profit as if they actually have the commodity and therefore can get enormous profits and which can not be obtained in any other type of investment.
Many are the people who have to enter effectively in the business world but the biggest problem is that they do not have enough capital, which enables them to work.
In Marginal trading system the last thing you care about is the capital!!
You can understand that the marginal trading system like a temporary loan from the institution you are dealing with that the institution lend you the commodity that you want to trade in by the payment of a fraction of its value as a token refundable deposit, then you return the rest of the value of the commodity  after sale and they don’t  share you the profit or loss.
To ensure that you will not take this commodity and run away, the commodity remains at the company reserved in your name, where you can sell it at a price that you see fit, whether profit or loss on condition that the value of the loss is not more than the amount in your account at the institution which will be used to cover the loss if it happened to recover the full value of the item without deficiency and in all conditions.

Monday, September 14, 2015

Used and Usable margin


When you open an account with a company which allows you  to trade on a margin you will deposit a specified amount in advance which will remain in your account till you decide to buy a car, or to decide to enter into a deal, then your account will be divided into two parts:
Used margin:
A deposit which will be deducted in advance, a refundable deposit will be returned to your account after the sale of the car, whether sold at a profit or a loss.
Usable margin:
Which is the amount remaining in your account after deducting the used margin; this amount is the maximum amount that you can lose in the deal.
We do not want to pay much attention to how the used margin is calculated by yourself often will not need to do so, always the company will tell you the amount which will be deducted from your account. In the previous example agency will tell you that it will deduce the amount of $ 1,000 from your user account for every car you purchase. If you bought two cars they will be deduced from your account $ 2,000 as a used margin and the usable margin will remain in your account is $ 1,000 available in your account. Although the company calculates the margin for you, it would be very useful to know how to do this yourself.
We can calculate the margin for any commodity with any company by the following equation:
Used margin = Price of the commodity / leverage
In the previous example: the car full value = $ 10,000 and the leverage allowed by the company is 10-fold, the company leveraged your capital 10 times, so the margin by which will be deducted by the Agency:
Used margin = Price of the commodity / leverage
                   = 10,000 / 10 = $ 1,000
And if you think to buy two cars instead of one the margin will be:
$20000 / 10 = $2000
Dealing in global markets, brokerage firms which allow trading by margin basis deal in various types of commodities- each company has a certain type of commodity, which are sold on the basis of a fixed unit called the contact size which is the least unit that can be traded from commodity.
In the previous example of the cars the size of the contract be = one car worth $ 10,000, that is, you can not trade for less than a car worth $ 10,000 and you can trade in multiples of this number as you can buy was two cars or three etc ..
Of course you are not allowed to trade a car and a half!!
And the used margin calculation method:
Used margin = number of lots * lot size / leverage
Thus you can calculate the used margin for any number of cars. If we assume that you wanted to buy 3 cars the deduction amount will be $ 3,000 as margin.
If we assume that you dealt with an agency have the same car value but it will give you a leverage equal to 20 times means that this agency will allow you to trade cars worth 20 times the amount paid as a deposit, you can calculate how much is the margin that will be deducted if you want to trade one car:
Used margin = number of lots* lot size / leverage
                   = 1 * 10.000 / 20 = $ 500
This means that this agency will deduce from your account the amount of $ 500 for every car traded by.

How to calculate the available margin?
Calculated by the following simple equation:
 Available margin= balance - Margin used
in the previous example:
You deposited $ 3,000 in your account already opened by the agency  so your balance  = $ 3,000
When you decided to buy a car the company will deduce $ 1,000 as margin, so the margin you have available now:
 Available margin = balance - Margin used
                = 3000 - 1000 = $ 2000
It is the maximum amount you can lose in the deal.