Forex Trading is a product of Falcoon, in which you can invest basically any sum. The minimum investment is EUR 500,00. Every 4 weeks you have full access to your capital and profits. The cycle starts every month on the 1st and ends with the last of the month. On 29/30. of the month the profits are announced (∅1-3% p.M.). At initial investment or when increasing the investment amount, a brokerage fee of 2% of the invested amount is charged. To have your money taking part of a cycle, you just have to invest it before the 25th (23:59:59). It is possible to take out the profits monthly, but to let the capital continue to be invested. It is also possible to extract parts of the return, as well as parts of the capital at the end of the cycle.


The foreign exchange market is the most liquid and robust market in the world. As a matter of fact, there is no market with a bigger trading volume. Estimations indicate that the overall volume of trading in currencies exceeds $4 trillion per day. This figure exceeds the value of the global stock market by far.

Until recently, only institutional investors had access to this market. Now it is possible for you to benefit from it as well.

If you invest in commodities and they depreciate, it will always have a negative effect on your capital. In the Forex market, it is possible to achieve high profits even if the commodity depreciates.

Forex trading is based on the purchase and sale of currencies. In this procedure, the value loss and value gain of a currency is determined by technical analysis and the capital is fed into the market in small parts.

In our case a team of successfull traders are operating for you. You dont have to take actions by your own.

Basic principles of currency trading

If you trade with currencies, you buy one currency while you sell another at the same time. For example: EUR / USD is a frequently traded pair of currencies. EUR represents the symbol for the euro and USD represents the symbol for the US dollar. In this case EUR is called the base currency and USD is called the counter currency. The ratio between those two is considered a unit.

The ratio between those two is considered a unit. You trade the EUR / USD currency pair, not the EUR or the USD.

For example: Assuming that the EUR / USD is traded at 1.2534, that means € 1 = $ 1.25. Therefore the euro is stronger than the dollar or vice versa, you would need more dollars for the purchase of euros. Some basic terms of the currency trading:

Major currency pairs ("Major")

In the section forex trading, there are 6 major currency pairs for daily trading. Those contain GBP/USD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, USD/CAD, AUD/USD und EUR/USD. Simplified those are the most common traded currency pairs in the world.


Changes in the exchange rate of currency pairs are measured in pips (Percentage in Point). They are the last digit of the exchange rate, which is the smallest unit in which the price is given. This is usually the fourth position behind the comma, although there are already five decimal places. An exception is a currency pair that includes the Japanese yen, where Pip is the second place behind the comma.


The spread is the difference between buying and selling prices. This is an important value, as spreads arise out of every transaction. The amount of spreads is usually known before and is displayed on the trading platform for foreign exchange trading. In the case of volatile market conditions, the spread is usually increased by the broker. It is therefore advisable to pay attention to the difference between buying and selling prices before each trade.

Trading hours

A major advantage in currency trading is the availability of financial markets. There is practically an open market to deal with foreign exchange at all times. Thus one is not tied to certain trading hours and can participate in the international foreign exchange trade 24 hours a day. In Europe the currency markets are open from 08:00 to 18:00. The American currency market in New York opens at 2:00 pm German time (CET) and closes at 9:00 pm The Asian markets in Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong are open from 01:00 to 09:00 Central European Time (CET). The Australian market in Sydney is open from 01:00 to 07:00 CET. It is important to note that the volatility will increase significantly if both markets of the traded currency pair are open. In the case of the EUR / USD currency pair, the opening hours are between 14:00 and 18:00, which means that the currency trade at these times is a greater risk, but also a higher potential profit.


Risk warning:

Forex and Alternative Investments are leveraged products and involve a high level of risk. It is possible to lose all your capital. These products may not be suitable for everyone and you should ensure that you understand the risks involved. Seek independent advice if necessary.