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How To Learn Forex Trading

Forex is the short form for “foreign exchange” and is an exciting business that is increasing in popularity. In foreign exchange, one currency of a country is traded for another. The foreign exchange market is one of the largest markets because foreign exchange transactions take place between large banks, central banks, governments, multinational corporations etc.

On an average, transactions of the volume of US $ 2 trillion take place globally every day. In addition to that the transaction… Continue reading

Just Who Trades Forex Currencies

Fifteen years ago, you would not hear about people trading on the Forex market–at least not real people. Until that time, only central banks, large hedge funds, and other financial giants like Warren Buffet could afford to dabble in the currencies markets. Today, however, the Forex is the most fluid market in the world with nearly 2 trillion dollars trading hands from Sunday through Friday afternoon–24 hours a day. Investors from all over the world are drawn to the… Continue reading

Forex Benefits of Trading the Forex Market.

Trading the Forex market has become very popular in the last years. Why is it that traders around the world see the Forex market as an investment opportunity? We will try to answer this question in this article. Also we will discuss come differences between the Forex market, the stocks market and the futures market.

Some of the benefits of trading the Forex market are:

Superior liquidity

Liquidity is what really makes the Forex market different from other markets.… Continue reading

A Guide To Forex Trading

Trading money in the global markets can be great way to make more of it, it can also be a lesson in how to lose money quickly. More than $1 trillion is traded every day on the foreign currency exchange (Forex), and yet no centralized headquarters or formal regulatory body exists for this form of trade. Foreign currency exchange is regulated through a patchwork of international agreements between countries, most of which have some type of regulatory agency that controls… Continue reading

How To Avoid Speculation In Shares And The Forex

In the vocabulary of investment, “speculation” is a nasty word.

It suggests gambling, insecurity, long shots, luck, and similar improprieties. For old campaigners it stirs up memories of the 1929 unpleasantness, as damp weather tweaks the rheumatic joint. And, worst of all, it seems synonymous with money lost. For every speculator who pulls a coup, we hear, there are 99 who live to rue their recklessness, to bemoan the hard-earned dollars foolishly and irretrievably cast down the drain.

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