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Investment In Forex – What Time Frame Should I Look At?

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
Investment In Forex – What Time Frame Should I Look At?

Forex investment is a smart investment. However, like any other investment, also a Forex investment carries a risk. So if you choose to trade, always remember that you are taking a risk, no matter what anyone else tells you. In previous years the Forex market was not available to everyone (including private individual investors), however, […]

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Types Of Forex Instruments You Can Trade

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
Types Of Forex Instruments You Can Trade

Before going into Forex financial instruments in particular, it is helpful to understand the concept of financial instruments and getting some education. Financial instruments most frequently refer to a funding medium that can be traded. Financial instruments are commonly categorized into two categories: cash instruments and derivative instruments. Cash instruments are financial instruments in which […]

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How The Forex Market Works And Who It Is Suitable For

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
How The Forex Market Works And Who It Is Suitable For

In the Foreign Exchange market (also known as Forex or FX) currencies are traded against one another. Forex trading occurs between individuals, between large banks, central banks, currency speculators, multinational corporations, governments, and many other institutions. Individual traders are only a small percentage of the market and oftentimes participate indirectly in the market via banks […]

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Economic Indicators and Sentiment Changes

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
Economic Indicators and Sentiment Changes

Many factors affect Forex trading. Or rather, many factors affect supply and demand forces, which then affect the Foreign Exchange market. Current events (political, social, governmental, behavioral trends, etc) shift the supply and demand factors constantly, which in return cause the price of one currency in relation to another to shift as well. Since many […]

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Using News, Analysis and Forecasts

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
Using News, Analysis and Forecasts

Market summaries are available daily from many sources. They show movements in major currencies and are open to be analyzed by everyone — expert and amateur traders alike. Traders can use these summaries for stop losses and trailing stops, or as guides for entry and exit points (based on the daily high/low). Forex traders can […]

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Who Should I Choose Help Me Trade Forex?

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
Who Should I Choose Help Me Trade Forex?

Jobs in the Forex market are endless. There are dealers, brokers, consultants, analysts, bankers, and traders to name but a few. Each aspect of trading requires a different set of skills and therefore falls into a different professional category. It is not a bad idea to use a broker or a dealer when you first […]

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The History Of Forex Dates Back to 1944

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
The History Of Forex Dates Back to 1944

The Forex market is widely known to be the largest financial market in the world with an average of $3 trillion dollars being traded in it every day. Central banks, currency speculators, multinational corporations, commercial banks and other forex brokers participate in it. The market has grown so drastically throughout the years that we believe […]

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Forex SDR – Special Drawing Rights

March 7, 2013 0 Comments
Forex SDR – Special Drawing Rights

Special Drawing Rights are referred to as SDR. They are a “potential claim on the freely usable currencies of International Monetary Fund members in the past, international transactions were carried out with gold, however, Special Drawing Rights have replaced gold. Special Drawing Rights are defined via determined major currencies. What are major currencies? They change […]

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Forex Brokers: Margin Accounts

March 6, 2013 0 Comments
Forex Brokers: Margin Accounts

To understand what a margin account is, you should focus on the word “margin”. In finance, margin refers to an arrangement that enables you to borrow money from your broker to fund your investment. That is one way to look at it. In general though, a margin account provides flexible trading with your broker. This […]

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Canadian Unit Remains Unchanged as IMF Warns

October 10, 2012 0 Comments
Canadian Unit Remains Unchanged as IMF Warns

The Canadian dollar ended flat on Tuesday against its major counterpart the greenback in reaction to warning of the International Monetary Fund.

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