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This section included a detailed asset analysis including description spreads, slippage, trading ranges, and pip risk. We aim at providing the novice trader with the best information about every major pairs and crosses. The idea is to create a database of known basic facts as a starting point for the evaluation of a trade and the risk on each asset.

The Untold Story on VXX Trading That You Must Read or...

For years we have had many interesting products which have allowed us to operate all kinds of volatility assets, even if they were comparatively...

Top Secret: The Hidden Message of Indices

Spoiler for newcomers to the world of investment: In the long term, between 90% and 95% of funds fail to beat the benchmark they intend to surpass. This means that the active management fund (with that "star manager" so famous) they offer you in their bank branch (or in the luxurious private banking office, as if it were something very special and exclusive "only for a few"), has only a ten-to-ten chance of surpassing the index. An index in which you could invest much cheaper (up to 70 times cheaper) and profitable.

Which Currencies Should I Be Trading With? The Secret to Asset...

One of the most common mistakes made by some Forex traders is not to understand that, correctly deciding with which pairs to make trades,...

Analyzing The Costs Involved While Trading The NZD/SGD Exotic Forex Pair

Introduction NZD/SGD is the abbreviation for the native currencies of New Zealand and Singapore. It is considered an exotic pair, where NZD is the first...

Apply These Secret Techniques to Improve Your Platinum Trading

Whenever you see marketing product bundling schemes they are commonly named by precious metals, starting from “silver package” up to gold and platinum as the top, most expensive offer. However, platinum is not the most expensive metal you can trade on the market, it is cheaper than gold and palladium. The price of an asset is not important to traders, they look into other important factors such as volatility, supply and demand, fundamentals, and policies.

The Fundamentals of the Euro (EUR)

The euro (symbol: €/code: EUR) is said to be used by approximately 341 million individuals each day, thus making it the second most-used currency in the world. The currency’s name was formally adopted in 1995 in Madrid upon then President of the European Commission, Jacques Santer, receiving a letter by Belgian Esperantist Germain Pirlot offering the suggestion. Like other currencies, the EUR used to be a commodity currency before becoming a fiat currency in the 1900s.

The Big Mac Index: How Much Does the USD Really Cost?

The real dollar rate can be defined using the cost of the Big Mac in a particular country. "Burgeconomics" is not an absolutely accurate...

Trading Strategy For the CAD/JPY Currency Pair

In this article what I want to tell you is one of my strategies that is working well in real life using the CAD/JPY...

The FX Problems with the USD: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

As one of the major currencies on the globe and a currency that holds such importance for the rest of the world, the USD...

How to Choose a Currency Pair for Trading in Forex

Two mistakes that a lot of new traders make is to simply select a random currency pair to trade or to try and trade...

Metals Trading: How to Trade Silver in Forex Platforms

The fact that there are approximately 3 billion ounces of fine silver in circulation around the world naturally impacts the way we perceive this commodity. Interestingly enough,...

Quick Start Guide to Exotic Pairs

Currency pairs fall into one of three categories: major, minor, or exotic. Major pairs include the most traded currency pairs and always feature the...

Everything About EUR/CAD Currency Pair

Introduction EURCAD is the abbreviation for the currency pair Euro area’s euro and the Canadian dollar. This is a cross-currency pair, as it does not...

The Forex Trader’s Guide to Facebook

Facebook is currently the top social media platform in the world, pulling in more users than other media giants like Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, and other names you’ve heard of before. The truth is that most of us have a Facebook account, and most of the people that we know do too. It’s almost surprising to find that someone you’re searching for doesn’t have a Facebook account, which provides reassurance that Facebook will continue to attract massive amounts of users, both young and old. Even grandparents have joined the trend and learned to use Facebook to connect with friends and family.

Key Strategies the Pros Use For Profitable Gold Trading

Trading and investing in Gold is one of the top searches on the internet and a hot skill that could be the best thing...

Investing In Silver (the Forex Way)

Many investors wonder how to invest in silver in the most appropriate way since silver has traditionally held up well to inflation and has...

Little-Known Tips for Trading Commodities In Forex

Negotiating the realm of raw materials may be new to many of you, but in the end, doing so is very much like negotiating...

Asset Analysis – Comprehending The NZD/NOK Exotic Forex Pair

Introduction NZD/NOK is the abbreviation for the currency pair New Zealand dollar versus the Norwegian Krone. It is referred to as an exotic cross-currency pair....

The Most Competitive Advantages of Google

The value of the search engine lies in the fact that practically everyone uses it to browse the internet. This network effect also occurs...

Which Are the Most Popular and Profitable Currency Pairs to Trade?

When it comes to forex trading there are a lot of pairs available to trade, a lot of them from the majors, the minors,...

Intrinsic Asset Value Explained

Intrinsic value is a noteworthy term in the forex world as it refers to the measurement of what an asset is worth. Rather than...