Global broker FBS recently published a new educational section on its website where clients can learn trading based on their level: beginner, intermediate, or advanced.

International forex broker FBS has claimed 23 million clients from 150 countries worldwide thanks to favorable trading conditions and a reputation in the trading industry. Evidently, even though it has bagged more than 60 awards, FBS does not stop innovating and developing its products with the latest and most comfortable features.

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Most recently, in order to make it easier for clients to understand financial markets, FBS comes with a new education section that can be used by clients of various experience levels, both beginners and pros. Now, anyone can learn to trade and improve their skills right inside the FBS Trader mobile app and the web version of the FBS Personal Area.

FBS financial experts have specially designed the education section to be understandable for users who may have little or no knowledge of trading systems. This course is not just a collection of general tips or advice, it is also the professional experience of FBS analysts that makes these trading lessons exclusive and useful.

This course does not contain complex theory but contains important information for traders to apply efficiently when trading. The lessons are well structured with real-life examples, valuable tips, video courses and articles. In addition, a virtual assistant named Festus will ask questions and provide comments to accompany your learning journey.

All educational materials are divided into three levels:

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

The existence of levels allows beginners to move from one step to another after understanding the material at each level. Advanced traders can also find valuable information in the Intermediate or Advanced sections.

FBS clients are able to practice the knowledge gained from the Education page on a demo account with $10K virtual money. The demo account will help clients explore the real market without fear of loss when testing out various strategies.