The Forex Simulator is a FREE Windows software to practice Forex trading.
A major benefit the Simulator gives you is that you can practice offline – when the Forex market is closed. And you will have access to live prices, too!
The offline Simulator guarantees 100% accurate Forex market modelling.
This is achieved because the tool only works on tick-by-tick market data and never uses interpolation. The Simulator renders the ticks strictly according to their original timestamps, with up to 1 ms accuracy.
The Simulator can also imitate trading server delays.
Online Simulator gives you real-time access to dealable interbank prices for 10 main currency pairs. You don’t need to set up any account for that – start practicing the moment the software is installed!
Offline Simulator uses historical market data stored locally on your computer. So, with the Simulator, you can practice any time – even on weekends, when the Forex market is closed. In addition, you can practice anywhere – even without Internet connection.
Offline Forex simulator is especially useful if you have a day job, because then you have limited time to practice during workdays. And if and when you have some time to spare, there might not be enough market action.
With the offline Simulator, you can practice any time – even on weekends, when the Forex market is closed. You can always find market action in offline simulation. Test data for offline simulation is free. High quality historical tick-by-tick market data is available for 15 main pairs since 2009.
In addition, practicing offline with the Forex Simulator gives you very important benefits over live market practice. Namely, in our Simulator you can vary the data feed speed and also put data feed on hold. Which is obviously just impossible in your real-time practice.
Pausing the data feed lets you manage your time. This is the most straightforward advantage of our software. With the help of Pause/Resume function, you can forget interruptions in your practice and take breaks whenever you need it, but not when the market situation allows it.
Speeding up the data feed can save your time. When the markets are moving nowhere, you don’t have to sit and wait for action. Using Fast Forward function, you can skip the moments of “dead market” and return to normal speed afterwards.
Last but not least, you can also slow down the data feed. Slow Motion option might be useful practicing news trading – when the market moves are extremely fast.