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Currency Trading with the BForex iPhone App

October 23, 2015

Pablo Soria de Lachica has spent more than seven years with BForex, Ltd., in the position of director of business development. With the help and guidance of Pablo Soria de Lachica, BForex has introduced a number of new tools for investors, including a unique iPhone trading app.

BForex clients using the company’s new iPhone application enjoy a number of benefits, specifically, the ability to use the advanced, foreign exchange trading platform PROfit while on the go. BForex clients on the iPhone can monitor their trade accounts, review live quotes on multiple currencies, and manage their positions on potential trades at any time.

Registered BForex users can download the app from the Apple App Store free of charge. The app, which also provides users with up-to-date financial news and information, can be used on additional Apple devices, such as the iPad. BForex customers can receive app support by emailing or calling the company or by using the app’s live chat feature. To learn more about the BForex trading app, visit http://www.bforex.com.

WebPROfit an Innovative Online Trading Platform

September 9, 2015

Pablo Soria de Lachica graduated from Universidad Tecnologica de Mexico with a master of business administration. In 2008, Pablo Soria de Lachica joined the foreign exchange trading firm BForex Ltd., where he serves as the director of business development. BForex provides innovative and advanced online trading technology and systems. Traders can choose to use either the PROfit or the WebPROfit trading platform. Both platforms provide advanced trading features, customized layouts, and a user-friendly interface.

The platform WebPROfit offers users the convenience of trading from the location of their choice using either their iPhone or laptop. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, the platform provides customized graphic illustrations of the market movement of trades in real time. Through WebPROfit, users have access to a variety of trading tools, such as news feeds and direct platform support. Experienced and new users can easily use the platform by customizing its features. Moreover, BForex provides all users with complimentary access to the WebPROfit app for the iPhone. The app provides users with a variety of trade and customization options.

The Advantages of the Foreign Exchange Market

July 20, 2015

Versed in software development and investing, Pablo Soria de Lachica serves as director of business development at BForex. At the currency trading firm, Pablo Soria de Lachica applies his expertise in market analysis and investing to help develop software aimed at investors across a broad range of skill levels.

Forex, short for “foreign exchange,” is the business of trading one currency for another. While forex trading carries risks, just like all types of trades, it also includes numerous advantages. First and foremost, the forex market remains open for 24 hours a day, every Sunday through Friday. This means that traders have access to up-to-the-minute prices all day, enabling them to position themselves for optimal trades the moment they are ready to make them.

The forex market also makes it easy to understand the price of trades. Forex trades are quoted according to two currencies: a base currency and a counter currency. Shown in pairs, the base corresponds to the currency on the left, and the counter to the currency on the right. For instance, EUR/USD lists the value of the euro to the US dollar.

Investors buy a currency pair if they believe the base currency stands a chance of strengthening against the counter currency. Similarly, investors will typically sell if forecasts call for a pair’s base currency to weaken against the counter currency.

Common Risks in Investments

July 7, 2015

In 2008, Pablo Soria de Lachica accepted the role of director of business development at BForex, a currency trading firm. Prior to joining BForex, Pablo Soria de Lachicha studied market research and market analysis at Universidad Tecnologica de Mexico, graduating with a master of business administration.

Investments often fall into one of four risk categories: market, default, inflation, or mortality. Market risk is perhaps the most common type of risk, as well as the broadest category. Stocks, investments in single companies, and bonds are just a few products that depend on the health of the market. Should the market crash, the investment’s performance could plummet. Investments also follow market trends, which can trigger beneficial or adverse results.

Default risk concerns the quality of an underlying investment, such as a single company’s bond. Investors profit alongside the company, but if the company defaults, the investment likely will fail to produce a return.

Inflation risk has to do with the average rise of inflation. Financial planners assume 3 percent to 4 percent inflation per year over extended periods. Should inflation risk be any higher, investors can expect low returns on investments.

Any investments that only pay out while the investor is alive may not pay out enough to support the investor and balance out fees and premiums, making them mortality risks. Investors should stagger short- and long-term investments to juggle expenses while working and to support themselves during retirement.

Bforex Website Explains Trading Margins, Leverage on the Forex Market

June 25, 2015

After earning an MBA from the Technological University of Mexico (UNITEC), Pablo Soria de Lachica went on to join the investment and trading industry. Pablo Soria de Lachica currently serves as the director of business development at Bforex, a currency trading firm that helps traders conduct transactions on the foreign exchange (forex) market.

To help new traders begin trading on the forex market, the Bforex website offers a wide range of trading resources, including information on trading margins and leverage. Bforex explains that the trading margin as the disparity between a trader’s collateral capital and the sum allotted for trade. According to Bforex, forex traders are required to maintain a certain level of collateral in order to sustain open positions on the market. The forex market, in contrast to stocks and commodities, does not have margin calls, and all open positions will close automatically if an account drops under the margin requirements.

On its website, Bforex also explores leverage, which enables forex traders to manage a higher amount of currency during a trade than they presently have in their trading account. Bforex emphasizes that the leverage system is a powerful component of forex trading and can help traders yield significant profits.

China Seeks to Spur Forex Activities with Simplified Regulations

June 15, 2015

As director of business development at Bforex, Pablo Soria de Lachica leads the provision of innovative tools for both novice and experienced investors in the foreign exchange (forex) market. Pablo Soria de Lachica leverages more than 15 years of financial-sector experience and up-to-date knowledge of global currency market developments to oversee all daily activities of the global firm, which has 18 offices around the world, including in Uruguay and Mexico.

In early March 2015, the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (SAFE), China’s foreign exchange regulating body, announced plans to simplify its rules regarding cross-border direct investments in an effort to encourage increased forex investment activities. Effective June 1, 2015, SAFE will no longer require government approval for foreign direct investment (FDI) and outbound direct investment (ODI) registrations. The relaxed regulations will allow cross-border direct investors to open foreign exchange accounts directly after submitting registration documents to qualified banks. Previously, these investors were required to obtain federal approval prior to registering.

Due to the current protracted nature of the administrative approval process, cross-border direct investors run the risk of missing investment opportunities while waiting for government approval. According to experts, such as Wang Yongzhong, a research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Institute of World Economics, China’s newly simplified rules are likely to spur both FDI and ODI.

While these regulatory changes are aimed at spurring investment activities, they also present the need for increased monitoring. Shanghai University of Finance and Economics professor Tan Ruyong notes that in order to prevent inflows of hot money, SAFE should bolster its foreign exchange market supervision efforts, and the regulatory body has stated its intentions to supervise investors’ bank registrations to monitor foreign currency inflow and outflow.

Adjusting Expectations and Assumptions for Investments

April 2, 2015

As Director of Business Development at BForex, Pablo Soria de Lachica navigates the currency trading firm through the development of investment tools for investors of varying skill levels. His duties span market analysis, direction of day-to-day operations, and working with investors to outfit them with the investment tools they need to succeed. Pablo Soria de Lachica and BForex are based in Tel Aviv.

Although only six months remain in 2013, this is more than enough time for investors to recalibrate their investment strategies and capitalize on current trends. One habit that trips up many investors is the breakeven gambit, or the notion of trying to break even when an investment starts to slip. It’s an understandable impulse, but following it creates a mental price barrier that is based on the investor’s notion instead of the reality of the market. Rather than waiting for an investment to hit a breakeven value, crunch facts and figures. If external variables indicate future growth, investors should weather the storm. If, however, the market indicates little to no possibility for the stock to rally back anytime soon, sell while the selling price is still high.

At the end of the year, investors would do well to remember that they can use losses to balance out gains. For example, investors may claim as much as $3,000 in investment losses against ordinary income. After that, they should weed out their portfolios and fill those openings with new, carefully researched investments.

Pablo Soria de Lachica : Leonardo Fibonacci y la Bolsa de Comercio

October 6, 2014

El ejecutivo Pablo Soria de Lachica trabaja como Director de Desarrollo de Negocios para la empresa de comercio de divisas Bforex . Inició una gestión de cuentas innovadora, capacitación y un concepto de atención al cliente personalizado para los comerciantes de todos los niveles.

Herramientas de análisis técnico, como las series temporales , arcos , ventiladores y retrocesos de Fibonacci se pueden remontar a la obra del famoso matemático italiano Leonardo Fibonacci. Fibonacci descubrió que la naturaleza está llena de relaciones que ayudan a describir proporciones y patrones en el universo. La aplicación de su trabajo a los patrones y fluctuaciones del mercado de valores ha demostrado su utilidad para los operadores y los agentes.

Cuando se aplica a las operaciones bursátiles, las proporciones de Fibonacci, es decir, de 61,8 por ciento, 50 por ciento y 38.2 por ciento, revelan importante información de inversión para los operadores , utilizando cuatro métodos de análisis de gráficos conocidos como arcos , ventiladores, series de tiempo , y retrocesos .La repetición de la historia es en gran medida aplicable al mercado de valores, y las proporciones de la naturaleza, como explicado por Fibonacci, son herramientas cruciales para revelar tendencias, patrones y posibles movimientos futuros.

Indicadores de Confianza de Mercado Explicados Por Pablo Soria de Lachica

September 15, 2014

Los indicadores de confianza de mercado son una de las herramientas de análisis utilizados por analistas técnicos para predecir ciertas condiciones del mercado, que afectan el comportamiento del comercio en general.

Específicamente, los indicadores de confianza muestran qué porcentaje de los comerciantes toman una posición determinada, larga o corta, con respecto a un par de monedas.

El principal uso de los indicadores de confianza es prevenir a los inversores cuando las posiciones llegan a un nivel extremo, que anuncia una posible reversión de precios.

Aunque no sean precisamente señales de compra  y venda, los indicadores de confianza pueden ayudar a predecir el comportamiento de un par de divisas.

Los indicadores de confianza vienen en una variedad de formas, y de muchas fuentes, pero una herramienta no es necesariamente mejor que otra, por lo que múltiples indicadores pueden y deben ser utilizados en conjunto con el fin de desarrollar la estrategia comercial más eficiente.

De esta manera, los indicadores de confianza  pueden advertir a los comerciantes de los cambios inminentes del comportamiento de los operadores o de reversiones de precio y posiblemente confirmar otras tendencias.

Los indicadores de confianza  no son herramientas perfectas y no se deben utilizar de manera aislada.

El grado de retroceso de precios predicho por los indicadores de confianza puede variar, por lo que estas lecturas siempre deben ser comparadas con los precios reales antes de tomar decisiones comerciales.

Sobre el Autor : Pablo Soria de Lachica lidera el equipo de trading en línea en Bforex Ltd , una empresa de comercio de Forex. Maneja las operaciones diarias y desarrolla herramientas educativas, tales como videos de entrenamiento, blogs , webinars, y glosarios .

Price Action Trading Analysis Explained By Pablo Soria de Lachica

August 25, 2014

Price action analysis involves observation of the price movement of a market over a set period of time in order to analyze pricing trends. Recognizing pricing patterns helps investors trade based on the “directional bias” of a market’s pricing chart. Since the economic variables that create price movement can be visually tracked on a price chart, investors can trade on the basis of this price action analysis instead of relying on innumerable other factors that affect the direction of a market.

Price action trading analysis is relevant to any financial market since it focuses on the simple directional action of the pricing data present in all markets. From more predictable markets, such as foreign exchange, to those utilizing multiple pricing patterns, price action analysis improves the chance to find high-probability trades without the need for an in-depth understanding of market data.

About the Author:

Pablo Soria de Lachica is Director of Business Development at Bforex, where he focuses on foreign exchange trading and educating novice traders.