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Basic Knowledge

Fundamental analysis of content

  • An overview of the economy

    The world's major economies include the United States, Europe, China, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. This part is about the overview of those major economies.

  • Data analysis

    Analysing the factors leading to fluctuations in the FX markets, containing GDP, interest rate, employment and business data etc.

  • Analysis method

    Analysis method can be carried out from the following perspectives: including business cycle, data comparison, market linkage and data survival cycle.

  • Black Swan event

    Black swan event refers to natural disasters, man-made disasters and Oolong events, which is non-controllable for ordinary traders. Black swan event normally leads to huge impacts on the FX markets.

  • Features of products

    This section contains an analysis of the characteristics of foreign exchange, metals, oil and gas, agricultural products and stock index futures.

  • Important institutions

    Important institutions that affect the foreign exchange market include the central bank of United States, Europe, China, Japan and other countries and financial institutions such as IMF and OPEC.

Technical analysis

  • Dow Theory

    The Dow theory on stock price movement is a form of technical analysis that includes some aspects of sector rotation.

  • Candlestick chart

    A candlestick chart (also called Japanese candlestick chart) is a style of financial chart used to describe price movements of a security, derivative, or currency. Each "candlestick" typically shows one day.

  • Support Level & Resistance

    In stock market technical analysis, support and resistance is a concept that the movement of the price of a security will tend to stop and reverse at certain predetermined price levels. These levels are denoted by multiple touches of price without a breakthrough of the level.

  • Technical analysis

    In finance, technical analysis is an analysis methodology for forecasting the direction of prices through the study of past market data, primarily price and volume.

  • Position management

    Position management is based on the opportunity to determine the quality of stocks and the broader market environment to determine the size of the use of positions.

  • Trading Overall Arrangement

    Trading Overall Arrangement


Advanced Training

FXPLUS TRADING ACADEMY was established by elite level traders and financial industry professionals from Australia and China. We will continue to empower investors from around the world through the provision of the finest education and investment management services. As the OG’s strategic partner, FXPLUS could provide the most professional financial education training and benefit more investors.

1 Trading Course
Level I
  • Trading system (NOT trading platform)
  • Trading Practice
  • Profit system
  • (Easy Gain Advanced / Dragon Fly Profit Advanced / Profit Maker / Fxplus Long Profit)
Level II
  • Market analysis
  • Risk management
  • Trading Practice
  • Profit system
  • (Easy Gain Advanced / Dragon Fly Profit Advanced / Profit Maker / Fxplus Long Profit)
Level III
  • 1-on-1 classes with Dean Jack Chang
  • Practical Application Advanced
2 Certificate Course
RG146 – Forex


Australia Industry Essential +

Financial Advice Fundamentals +


RG146 – Derivatives


Australia Industry Essential +

Financial Advice Fundamentals +


DFP (Diploma of Financial Planning)


Financial advice +

insurance +

pensions +

professional investment

Finishing DFP you will get certificate of RG146 – insurance, pensions, Managed Investment and also qualified to give general advice and personal advice.

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Application Test

  • 1. A _________ is equal to 0.01 for exchange rates expressed to two decimal places, or 0.0001 for exchange rates expressed to four decimal places.
  • 2. A _________ is used by most forex brokers to close out an open position at the end of the business day, and reopen an identical position as of the next day.
  • 3. A carry trade is based on the interest rate differential between two currencies. The idea is to hold _________ the currency with the higher interest rate, while holding _________ a currency with a lower interest rate.
  • 4. If you have positive carry, your position _________ money while it is open, but if you have negative carry, you must _________ interest while the position is open.
  • 5. "Trading on the technicals" refers to trading based on information derived from _________. This is also known as technical analysis.
  • 6. "Trading on the fundamentals" - or "trading the news" - describes traders that attempt to predict the effect _________ such as interest rate changes and labor reports will have on an exchange rate.
  • 7. Fundamental analysis is the study of _________ in an attempt to predict future market conditions.
  • 8. A _________ order is executed immediately when submitted and is priced at the current spot market rate.
  • 9. A _________ order is an order to buy or sell a currency, but only when certain conditions are met. These conditions are in the form of instructions and are attached when the order is first created.
  • 10. A limit order that has not yet been executed, is said to be _________.