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Forex Investment

 

The Forex market is a relatively new market, being started in the 1970s. However, despite its newness, it is today the largest market in the world, worth more than a trillion dollars a day. That means that a lot of money is going through the channels, and it is open for anyone who wants a piece of the action. While it may be intimidating at first to enter a market of that size, there are still many advantages for investing in the Forex.

Firstly, because of its size, you will never be stuck with stock that you cannot sell. There will always be a buyer for whatever you have, and chances are that your trash is some one else's gold. In addition, the Forex is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This means that you will be able to make trades at all hours, since there are Forex traders in ever time zone, and this adds to the liquidity of the stock. But perhaps the best thing about the Forex is that most of the transactions are done online, with all the comfort and ease that that entails. An internet Forex trader does not need to meet his broker in order to make trades.

FOREX is the term commonly used to describe Foreign Exchange Trading a financial market which can provide very high returns if you know what your doing and very high losses if you don't.

FOREX Terminology

Most of the terminology used when trading FOREX is the same as that used in most of the other world financial markets heres some examples and few of the terms are unique to foreign exchange trading.

PIP - Whats a PIP? PIP stands for Price Increment Point and is the smallest unit of trading in FOREX how much a PIP is worth depends the leverage on your FOREX Account and your broker.

FOREX - Whats FOREX? FOREX stands for FOReign EXchange, and is the trading of one currency pair against another.

SPREAD - What is the spread? The point or pip difference between the ask and bid price of a currency pair, spread is how forex brokers make they're money.

ASK - What does ask mean when trading? The ASK price is the price at which you can buy units or PIPS of whatever it is your trading for.

BID - What does bid mean when trading? The BID price how much you can sell for in your chosen market.

BULL - To buy stocks, shares or whatever. You would be a bull if you beleived what ever you were trading was going to increase in value. With share trading nearly all investors are Bulls they buy, FOREX however is differnt most FOREX Investors both buy and sell in fact whenever you buy a curency pair your selling another.

BEAR - To sell you would be a bear if you beleived what ever you were trading was going to fall in value.

Leverage - What does leverage mean when trading? The ability to control large volume of a commodity with a comparatively small amount of capital. Leverage is what enables small investors to participate in markets such as forex, without leverage you would need a lot of risk capital.

Risk Capital - What is risk capital? Money that you can afford to lose.

How can I make Money from FOREX?

You can make money from FOREX by buying or selling one currency pair against another, you can however also lose a lot of Money. Making money from FOREX is like making money money by any other method it takes practice loads and loads of practice, their are many different methods and ways of trading you need to find a style you are comfortable with set up a practice account and study the market see what fundamental announcements have the greatest impact.


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