iFOREX Offers Access to Two FX Experts Trading In Real Time for Free

iFOREX has launched the new Trading Rooms service, an educational channel that allows active clients to follow two professional traders going at it in real time.

The FX and CFD broker headquartered in the British Virgin Islands is thus enhancing its educational offering that includes 1-on-1 training with a trading coach, an exclusive Trader Guide, video lessons to those who prefer visual explanations, detailed trading articles with insight into different CFD products, global markets, and trading tactics.

Formula Investment House, the trading company behind the iFOREX brand, aims to provide both novice and veteran traders the opportunity to enhance their skills on both technical and fundamental analysis, and make more informed trading decisions by learning from these established, independent traders.

Trading Rooms is an educational channel that will be available to active clients on November 1st 2021, via the company’s website. The two investment experts will be opening live CFD trading deals on forex, cryptocurrency, shares, and indices.

iFOREX clients will be able to take a peek and learn from the masters, watching them open and close deals in real time with live commentary on their trading strategies.

Walid Salaheldin Mohamed and Mohamed Abd El Khaleq are two professional traders that will be sharing their trading operations and market experience in English and Arabic respectively.

Market participants will be able to follow which live trades they open, what profit levels they enter, what they do to protect their trades and how they manage the trade once it is executed.

“As a company which puts trader education at the top of its priorities, the addition of the Trading Rooms is the natural evolution we undertake, in order to give our traders real time information and strategy analysis, which will help them develop their confidence, knowledge and portfolio”, said a spokesperson for Formula Investment House Ltd, the FCA and CySEC regulated brokerage firm behind iFOREX.

iFOREX has rebranded to Vestle in Europe after the Cypriot financial watchdog, CySEC, imposing a fine due to several violations. The brokerage firm had to pay €138,000.

A CySEC spokesperson said at the time iFOREX “was found to be in violation of the laws we have in place and enforce to protect retail investors trading in speculative financial products, such as forex”.

“The Company in question showed, among others, deficiencies in properly disclosing the risks to existing and prospective investors, and in some cases, even served to promote and actively market certain products at the expense of providing clear and non-misleading information.”