1. 1. General questions
  2. 2. Financial questions

What is Forex?

Forex — the foreign exchange market or currency market or Forex — is the market where one currency is traded for another. It is one of the largest markets in the world. Some of the participants in this market are simply seeking to exchange a foreign currency for their own. For example, multinational corporations which must pay wages and other expenses in different nations than they sell products in. However, a large part of the market is made up of currency traders, who speculate on movements in exchange rates, much like others would speculate on movements of stock prices. Currency traders try to take advantage of even small fluctuations in exchange rates. In the foreign exchange market there is little or no 'inside information'. Exchange rate fluctuations are usually caused by actual monetary flows as well as anticipations on global macroeconomic conditions. Significant news is released publicly so, at least in theory, everyone in the world receives the same news at the same time.

Questions about the company

Every day we work on improving Oregon to help traders in navigation and earning in the best conditions of the Forex market. We create a space where novice traders and professionals can earn more with the same investment. Our goal is to create a secure environment for trading and transactions conducting in the Forex market. The company always stands for comfortable trading conditions for all participants of the process. Every day we are working on improving the Oregon system so that the performance of all participants are as efficient as possible.

How can I start trading Forex?

You'll need to register a trading account on our website or you can contact us (you can find Contact form at the end of this page). Then your account manager will call you and you can start your trading journey. This will take less than 5 minutes of your time.

Who owns Forex and where is it located?

Forex is not owned by anyone in particular. Forex is an interbank market, that means that its transactions are conducted only between two participants — seller and buyer. So as long as the current banking system will exist, Forex will be here. It's not connected to any specific country or government organization.

I can't (or don't want to) install any Forex trading software on my computer. Can I still trade Forex?

If you don't want (or it is not possible) to install new software to start trading Forex there is a good option for you. It’s okay to let your account manager trading for you or using our webtrader available on the website .

Can I lose more than I invest in Forex?

Normally, you cannot. The broker will not allow you to lose more than the available funds on your trading account. It will simply close your losing position when the resulting account balance becomes too close to zero. The loss that is bigger than the trader's deposit is a direct loss of the Forex broker. It is in the brokers' interest to prevent such losses. To secure themselves brokers implement a stop-out level (usually about 20%), which means that the most losing position will be closed once becomes equal to or less than this level.

What is the best Forex trading strategy?

There is none. You should constantly develop your own strategies for every possible market situation, if you want to be in profit. Specific Forex Strategies can only be good for a certain period of time and for certain currency pairs.

What platform is used to trade?

You can trade on MT5 and our Webtrader available on the website.

How can I Withdrawal my money?

You can always apply for a withdrawal in your personal area or by phone with your account manager.

How much time a withdrawal can take?

A withdrawal takes up to 3 working days between the time of the apply to the time of receiving the money.

Can I withdrawal to my bank account?

Normally the withdrawal is sent to the same card used for the deposit. But in case you want to withdrawal directly to your bank account - it’s possible but you need to do it directly with your account manager.