FXI Trading Tools


Tools for every trader

Pip calculators, trading signals, market analysis and more to help you succeed.

There's a reason we've made this trading tool kit - we want you to do well. Get even more knowledge and understanding of the markets - and all for free.

Calculate potential profits, losses and risks

Use these helpful calculators to help you manage your risk level, understand your potential profits and losses, and even calculate foreign exchange rates - and all for free.


Markets news and insights to help you make those important trading decisions

Don't miss on a single minute of the market action. These trading tools will keep you up to date with all of the latest news, events and volatility.

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Any questions about these trading tools?


Yes! Completely free. You’ll need to have an account with us to use some of them as they are linked to your trading platform – but you still won’t be charged to use them.

It depends on their analytical style. Fundamental analysts use the latest financial, economic and even environmental news to predict the way that prices might change – so they might well use tools like our Economic Calendar or Forex News Timeline. Technical analysts focus on timeframes and price trends – so are more likely to use tools such as FXTM Trading Signals.

Every trader is different, so there’s no 'one-size-fits-all' trading tool! Have a look through our toolkit above and experiment to find your favourite.

The two main types of technical analysis are chart patterns and technical indicators. Chart pattern analysis involves identifying areas of support and resistance on a chart by identifying certain patterns. Technical indicators are mathematical formulas that are applied to prices to try and spot trends.

The FXTM Trading Signals tool is a popular choice for technical analysis as it can be used to examine historical price movements over a wide range of timeframes. Another favourite is FXTM’s Pivot Points Strategy, which combines your choice of five pivot point calculations with three popular technical indicators.

Demo trading is a great way for beginners to get started. This allows you to place trades under real-market conditions using virtual money – so it’s entirely risk-free. Demo trading also gives you time to get familiar with your trading platform and practice your strategies.