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TopicStock Charts As an Investment Strategy

  • Fri 1st Sep 2017 - 11:29am

    These banks and money managers have earned impressive profits Forex Scorpio Code Review by exchanging orders for currency as the rates go up and down; basically, they buy one currency when its value is low compared to another country's currency, and they sell the currency when the value increases. The opposite is true (and profitable) as well--banks often place an order to sell a currency while its value is high, and then later fulfill the contract by buying that currency at a lower rate. Millions of times each day, these types of exchanges take place in the world's financial markets. The value of currency exchanged each day is now over 3 trillion dollars...over three times the national debt of the United States in a single day!

    The best news, however, is that with the rise of the internet and automated software for trading, the currency exchange market is now accessible to "everyday people." One individual with internet access and a few dollars to invest can participate in this opportunity on nearly the same terms as the big banks. Currency trading is not hard to learn; its basic concepts are quite simple. However, it is not something that should be entered into lightly, or without some expert guidance. The potential for profits is great, but so is the potential for loss. Like any exchange, someone walks away a winner and someone else--well, they're often not as happy.

    There are a number of excellent websites and publications that explain getting started in the currency market; perform a search for "foreign exchange" or "currency exchange" on any major search engines and you will get plenty of results. Many trading companies offer free training and demonstration accounts that allow you to learn and practice without risking any money. Be wary of offers to sell you a "secret formula" for currency trading success; such a formula really doesn't exist. But the opportunity to prosper with some common sense and hard work is real--and no matter what the stock market does in the coming days, there will always be plenty of money to exchange

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