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    • Hi Nigel, the halving of mining rewards for Bitcoin on May 6th is likely to trigger a major rally by the top cryptocurrency as it would significantly reduce the future supply of new Bitcoins. Other cryptocurrencies may also benefit from Bitcoin's rally given that many altcoins have lower much lower valuations and could witness much bigger percentage gains than Bitcoin.
    • Honestly, there is not a big difference between those two, but I have been trading on the CFD market for 5 years now. I think this is the most profitable way to win money and to win your existуnce being a trader. I think you should try it, and you have to try to trade on CFD now, as this is a very good way to make a decent income. Me and my brother started to trade on CFD on a small, unknown trading platform and we lost all the money the next day, but we had a lot of burning desire so we started all over, but this time we found a great trading platform that would fit all of our needs. We started to trade on Fondex broker trading platform, because this is the best one and we had the possibility to trade CFD on more than 1000 different markets, with all that we could have Fondex live support help any time we needed. The most important thing is to have a great and useful help from people who knows their job  
    • Where do the pro traders think bitcoin will get to after halving?
    • Hi Peter, there are two ways to trade the US ETFs, one is to open a stock trading account with a US broker and trade the ETFs directly from the US exchanges on which they are listed. However, there's another option if you are based outside the US and cannot access a US broker, or if you cannot afford the significant account balances needed to trade such assets directly. You can open an account with a Forex  broker who offers trading the US markets in the form of CFDs (contracts-for-differences). You will not be trading the ETFs directly, but you will be trading an instrument whose value is linked to the ETF, that is a derivative. Trading US ETFs via a Forex broker is a great option as such brokers allow traders to trade fractions of such ETFs instead of trading multiple units of the ETF as they would via a stock broker. You can use price action strategies combined with a bit of fundamental news to trade such ETFs.
    • Hi, I am interested in trading ETFs that track US equity markets such as SPY, how can I accomplish this?
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