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What Is The Forex Market ?

By Alfred David

The first thing that is going to remind anyone of the Forex market is that it allows people the opportunity to trade round the clock and in an almost entirely seamless manner as well. This means that as long as there is liquidity you can trade from Sunday, 5:15 PM EST until Friday till four in the evening EST. This ability to trade throughout the week gives people trading in currencies an excellent chance to customize their trading schedules and it is also possible to trade without having to worry about the opening bell or having to deal with market gaps.

No Commissions Charged

Another major advantage of dealing with the Forex market is that you do not have to pay any commissions and your costs are mostly limited to your bid/ask spread. There are no commissions to be paid and nor do you have to pay extra transaction fees and you can also trade on spreads that come to you from the leading banks in the world via the Forex Trading Station.

There is also a major difference between the Forex market and the equity market in that when you deal in foreign exchange you do not face any kind of restriction on short sales – and this is possible regardless of the direction in which the Forex market is moving.

Information related to the Forex market is generally limited to just six major currencies and all information regarding these currencies is readily available to the public in the form of public dissemination of government reports as well as from research institutions and everyone can easily tap this source of information.

At the same time, entering the Forex market means having to accept a higher level of risk and so you need to be careful about this particular form of trading because the high risk can work against you; though it can also work for you. To get the best out of the Forex market requires that you first identify your investment goals, your experience in forex trading and your appetite to accept risks.

Given the fact that there is a greater possibility of losing your money in the Forex market you must always ensure investing only that much money as you can afford to lose. That being said, the forex capital market still offers the best investment opportunities that cannot be found elsewhere. This is why there has been tremendous growth in this market over the last decade and it is estimated that presently volumes of trade in the forex market reach as much as two trillion US dollars on a daily basis.

Let the business coach to guide your forex trading and you would be happy about what you have got.

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