Forex ‘ask A Broker’ Service Launched

Getting answers to those tricky foreign exchange trading questions just got easier with the launch of a new service by
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Sept. 13, 2011 - PRLog -- Getting answers to those tricky foreign exchange trading questions just got easier with the launch of a new service by

The new ‘Ask a broker’ service means traders can ask their foreign exchange (forex) trading questions via the website at and have them answered by the experts at Edge Capital Markets. Answers may also be posted online at, to build up a repository of information for traders to access at any time.

Edge Capital Markets are a New Zealand based forex and futures advisor and have been providing access, advice and execution services to individuals looking for high long-term returns from the more complex financial markets since 2001. chief executive Peter Blaikie says forex trading can be complicated and encompasses many subtleties that can potentially trap the unwary.

“So having access to expert advice like this can be critical to a trader’s success in this game,” he says.

Mr Blaikie says is continually seeking to better meet traders’ needs and believes this latest service is an important step in this development.

“To be able to offer the expertise of Edge Capital Markets to our clients is a huge bonus for us and will help our traders stay a step ahead in the markets,” he says.

The new ‘Ask a broker’ service is also available to those that are not existing clients, simply by visiting the website.

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Foreign exchange, or forex trading, offers traders the ability to make returns in rising or falling markets, with high leverage and liquidity. Unfortunately like anything offering big gains, forex trading is not without big risks. While it is not uncommon to make thousands of dollars in a day, it can also be lost.

Unlike banks and large corporations, retail traders - the everyday people that trade forex - have limited access to the timely and accurate information they need to trade.

As a result, they can be left chained to their trading device or computer as they wait for the right moment to enter, or exit a trade. The only alternative is relying on pre-set levels or orders that can miss some of the nuances of the market. unchains these everyday traders from their computers, by bringing critical information to them via text message, wherever they might be.

To date, has set thousands of such traders free in over 100 countries.

All aspects of the service can be accessed either online at, or by sending an SMS to the relevant country code (details of which are outlined on the website).

Note: The use of the Mobile4X website and ‘Ask a broker’ service constitutes acceptance of our terms of use, privacy policy and disclaimer which can all be found at our website

Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to trade foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.

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