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How does the Forex market benefit you?

Forex or Foreign Exchange market is a highly liquid world market with a high daily transaction rate. Like all other investments, foreign currency investments are not suitable for weak or casual investors.

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Fundamental Forex Analysis

Fundamental analysis is a study of the economic and political conditions of countries where currencies are traded on the foreign exchange market. The purpose of fundamentalist analysis is to assess the possible impact of political and economic events on currency price movements. As the commodity in the foreign exchange market is the currency, the “quality” of the commodity depends on the economic conditions of the country of origin.

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Technical Analysis Forex – Part Two

Before entering a position, you need to know in advance when to exit the market. Traders will not hold positions indefinitely, that’s for sure. Knowing how long you want to maintain your position will determine your exit point and price. If you decide to hold a position for a week, then your profit target will naturally be greater than your goal of holding on to a few hours, because, given the longer period, you may want the price to rise further.

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Technical Analysis Forex – Part One

Technical analysis is defined as “research of market trends that mainly uses graphs to predict future price trends”. To make foreign currency trading profitable, you need to buy when the price is going up or about to go up, and sell when the price is going down or about to go down.

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Forex is the abbreviation for “foreign exchange” (sometimes abbreviated as FX). It is the largest and most liquid market in the world, with an average daily trading volume of over 5 trillion US dollars.
This is a market that rarely closes! The foreign exchange market is open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week, and closed only on weekends. (What a bunch of lazy people!)
Therefore, unlike the stock or bond market, the foreign exchange market does not close at the end of each business day. Instead, trade simply moves to different financial centers around the world.
Traders wake up from Auckland / Wellington and start trading, then move to Sydney, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Frankfurt, London, finally to New York, and then start trading in Wellington!
Unlike many other financial markets, forex traders can make money when everything is going well in the world and when things are not going well. So visit our blog daily that you will know everything about forex, strategies, copy trade, signals and more !!! 🙂