Hertfordshire, UK (PRWEB) August 03, 2011
AppliedFX.com is a new online portal recently launched providing visitors the currency trading basics they require to begin in the forex market. Targeted at beginners and newcomers to the foreign exchange market, the new website fills a gap in the online space which is crowded with strong competition.
John Ives, one of the trainers on the site said: “The problem with this niche is a lot of confusing and daunting terminology for the new comers. We encountered similar problems as we learnt forex trading – it was a challenge to find good learning material, let alone start actually trading”
The website is packed with over 50,000 words of content, with more articles, blog posts and ebooks being added every week. The website employs the latest software and social media to provide up to date and reliable help to new traders.
The founders stated, “Although we are officially live, we are only halfway in terms of the amount of content and volume of training resources we have planned. However, the fundamental currency trading basics are well inplace and provide a platform to expand our forex trading course online.”
The founders added with, “Its an exciting time at AppliedFX.com, the early feedback from our visitors is encouraging we are keeping up the momentum. Already the advertising is getting booked up, with many brokers looking to target new traders who haven’t even opened a demo account yet.”
They then concluded with, “Put simply, we want AppliedFX.com to be the first place you go when starting out with forex trading. That?s where we want to be, to known as the ultimate forex trading resource. It won?t happen over night, but our long term focus to become recognised as one of the top five forex sites is one of our goals.”
AppliedFX.com has information and free advice to its visitors, everything from the very basics to a free ebook downloads.
AppliedFX.com is setting the standard with its unique approach to forex training: “We make sure we get as much feedback on the service as possible – social media has been really important for us in that respect. We can speak to our visitors on Facebook, Twitter and we?ve even had videos sent in for our YouTube page.”
“This is just the start – we are always adding new content and coming up with new ideas for the site – the future is very exciting, but for now we are happy the site has successfully launched.”
For more information and to try out the new website, visit http://www.appliedfx.com