Forex Trading

Explore the Forex Market, the world biggest and most liquid financial market constantly offering chances to those who want to capitalize on its inherent volatility

Trade more than 200 currency pairs

The Forex market is the beating heart of the global financial market with impressive daily transactions exceeding $7 trillion. Active trading involves currency pairs like EURUSD, USDJPY, GBPUSD and many more with defined exchange rates. Traders aim to profit from the market by forecasting the price movements; buying in anticipation of increases and selling when decreases are expected.

Known for its decentralized operation and 24/7 availability, the Forex market remains a top choice among traders worldwide. Another feature that sets this market apart from others, is its high liquidity. Forex is the most liquid financial market globally, with high trading volume and tight bid-ask spreads, enabling traders to enter and exit positions with ease.

Why Trade Forex with ePlanet?

Razor Sharp Spreads

Take advantage of spreads without requotes as low as 0.0 pip.

Fast and Reliable

Trade the world market any way you choose and gain access to all CFDs.

Fast Execution

immediate execution of trading orders without requotes

Maximum Security

ePlanet Brokers is approved and overseen by powerful regulators and provides prices from top tier banks to ensure the security of your capital

Start Trading Forex with Razor Sharp Spread Close to Zero

Forex Instruments Available on ePlanet

USD/TRY
US Dollar vs Turkish Lira
USD/SGD
US Dollar vs Singapore Dollar
USD/SEK
US Dollar vs Swedish Krona
USD/NOK
US Dollar vs Norwegian Kroner
USD/MXN
US Dollar vs Mexican Peso
USD/HUF
US Dollar vs Hungarian Forint
USD/DKK
US Dollar vs Danish Krone
USD/ZAR
US Dollar vs South African Rand
USD/PLN
US Dollar vs Polish Zloty
NOK/JPY
Norwegian Kroner vs Japanese Yen
USD/CZK
US Dollar vs Czech Koruna
USD/CNH
US Dollar vs Chinese Yuan Renminbi
SEK/JPY
Swedish Krona vs Japanese Yen
GBP/NZD
Great Britain Pound vs New Zealand Dollar
NZD/JPY
New Zealand Dollar vs Japanese Yen
NZD/CHF
New Zealand Dollar vs Swiss Franc
NZD/CAD
New Zealand Dollar vs Canadian Dollar
NOK/SEK
Norwegian Kroner vs Swedish Krona
GBP/CHF
Great Britain Pound vs Swiss Franc
GBP/CAD
Great Britain Pound vs Canadian Dollar
GBP/AUD
Great Britain Pound vs Australian Dollar
GBP/SGD
Great Britain Pound vs Singapore Dollar
GBP/SEK
Great Britain Pound vs Swedish Krona
GBP/JPY
Great Britain Pound vs Japanese Yen
GBP/DKK
Great Britain Pound vs Danish Krone
GBP/NOK
Great Britain Pound vs Norwegian Kroner
EUR/PLN
Euro vs Polish Zloty
EUR/NZD
Euro vs New Zealand Dollar
EUR/CAD
Euro vs Canadian Dollar
EUR/ZAR
Euro vs Norwegian Kroner
EUR/TRY
Euro vs Turkish Lira
EUR/SGD
Euro vs Singapore Dollar
EUR/SEK
Euro vs Swedish Krona
EUR/AUD
Euro vs Australian Dollar
CHF/SGD
Swiss Franc vs Singapore Dollar
CHF/JPY
Swiss Frank vs Japanese Yen
EUR/NOK
Euro vs Norwegian Kroner
EUR/CHF
Euro vs Swiss Franc
CAD/CHF
Canadian Dollar vs Swiss Franc
AUD/NZD
Australian Dollar vs New Zealand Dollar

Frequently Asked Questions

the symbols (abbreviations) for all currencies have three letters. The first two letters denote the name of the country and third letter stands for the name of that country’s currency. For example, the dollar is written in this way: United states : us Dollar :d Us + d =usd
We receive prices directly from liquidity providers such as global banks and make them available to our traders
The forex market is open 24 hours a day during weekdays but closes on weekends(Total 5 Days) . 
Each trade always involves two currencies, which are commonly referred to as a currency pair. A currency pair refers to the combination of two currencies in trades. In fact, in this market, you cannot trade a single currency; you must trade it relative to another currency. 
There are three categories of currency pairs: 1.The “majors“ 2.The “crosses“ 3.The “exotics“ The major currency pairs always include the U.S. dollar. As an example: EUR/USD Cross-currency pairs do NOT include the U.S. dollar. Crosses that involve any of the major currencies are also known as ” minors”. As an example: EUR-AUD Exotic currency pairs consist of one major currency and one currency from an emerging market (EM). As an example: USD/ZAR