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  • How ADP build respect amongst market participants
    1 February 2018 , Introduction The purpose of this article is to show how a new employment data release (ADP Non-Farm Employment Change) is building respect amongst market participants as a factor worth considering, if not a predictive indicator for the widely anticipated Non-Farm Payrolls report. In the first week of January 2007 we saw how the ADP release had an effect on trader sentiment and expectations prior the Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) and the potential influence this had on price action. What is ADP Non-Farm Employment Change? Automatic Data Processing (ADP) provides employment solutions for businesses within but not the entire labour market. The figures they release are directly comparable to the […] Read the rest of the article
  • Forex Trading For Beginners Avoiding The Common Mistakes Made By New Traders
    22 January 2018 , In the world of Forex trading, for beginners the biggest fear is failure and losing your money. But why do so many newcomers fail? Everyone knows that the Forex market is good way of earning some money, even enough to give replace your monthly wage. However, most people also understand that if they don‘t get things right, there is a good chance of losing a lot of cash too. Now although these 2 facts are true, I am often shocked at how many people learn the second one the hard way. These are the type of people that make things really difficult for themselves, just because they were foolish enough to think Forex trading is easy money. Forex trading for beginners is something that takes time […] Read the rest of the article
  • Can Newbies Make Money With Forex Online Currency Trading Forex Online Trading
    10 January 2018 , Empleo Do you want to learn to trade in the nearly two trillion dollar a day Forex market by doing Forex online currency trading? Are you concerned because you are a beginner and you don’t want to lose all your money?  Are you worried that it could just be too tough to make a profit? Juegos The idea of spending a hundred dollars or so on cheap software and earning a big income with no effort is obviously not true, if it were 95% of traders wouldn’t lose money. These systems never have a track record verified by a third party and simply produce, back tested simulations or you get figures from the vendor with no third party check. Trabajo For example, when you buy (go long) a currency you […] Read the rest of the article
  • The Availableness of Free Forex Charts
    15 December 2017 , The concept of Forex charts seems to be incredibly important for the operation of foreign exchange transactions. With such a tool, the identification of the technical patterns and the analysis of the currency evolution becomes a lot easier. Free Forex charts work for training and create the skills necessary to forecast market trends. All the valuable courses that train people for brokerage focus on Forex charts analysis. Free Forex charts are available for download and you can access them on lots of websites. The evolution of hundreds of currency pairs can be tracked on professional free Forex charts. Nevertheless too complex tools can only be understood by a trained eye, while they remain […] Read the rest of the article
  • Becoming successful at day trading
    1 December 2017 , You have the option to trade during the day and at night when it comes to trading on the Forex market, and before you get started with either of course you are going to want to make sure that you have at least a basic idea of what you are doing here and this way you are going to be able to come out of this all with the best possible results. For Forex day trading in particular there are a few things that you are going to want to keep in mind, especially if you are just a newbie who is getting started and needs to learn Forex trading. If you want to learn more about Forex day trading there are a couple different ways that you could choose to go about this, and it really all depends on which […] Read the rest of the article

Latest Forex News

  • US defense chief Mattis says US-North Korea summit may be back on
    by Adam Button on 25 May 2018 at 14 h 18 min

    Let's restart this party Mattis says he has received some possibly good news on a summit with North Korea and that the summit may be back on if diplomats on both sides can pull it off. […]

  • US Mich final May consumer sentiment 98.0 vs 98.8 prelim
    by Adam Button on 25 May 2018 at 14 h 00 min

    Final reading on US consumer sentiment - Prelim 98.8 - Current conditions 111.8 vs 113.3 prelim - Expectations 89.1 vs 89.5 prelim - 1-year inflation expectations 2.8% vs 2.8% prelim No surprises here. […]

  • US stocks opening mixed
    by Greg Michalowski on 25 May 2018 at 13 h 33 min

    Nasdaq up marginally. S&P down marginally. The US stocks are opening mixed: - The S&P is down about -3 points or -0.13% - The Nasdaq is up about 5 points or +0.07% Financials are not liking the lower/flatter yield curve.  The 2-10 spread is at 45 bps now. &nbs […]

  • US Dollar Back to Resistance Ahead of Big Week of USD Data
    by James Stanley, Currency Strategist on 25 May 2018 at 13 h 25 min

    Next week is big for the US Dollar. After the Monday holiday, there is high-impact USD data on the calendar for every day of the week. This happens along with a flare of politicla risk in Europe, producing an interesting backdrop for FX markets next week. […]

  • USD/JPY sinks alongside Treasury yields
    by Adam Button on 25 May 2018 at 13 h 12 min

    Risk aversion ramps up on oil, European woes USD/PJY is now negative on the day after a quick fall to 109.17 from 109.45. The slump comes with stock futures under some pressure and European stocks (esp Spain and Italy) under heavier pressure. […]

  • UK stats office says it's found errors that artificially boosted PPI
    by Adam Button on 25 May 2018 at 13 h 06 min

    ONS says PPI numbers weren't right The Office for National Statistics said it has identified errors in the producer price index that raised the annual rate on average by 0.3 percentage points above the true rate. […]

  • NAFTA: Guarjardo sees 40% chance of a deal before July 1
    by Adam Button on 25 May 2018 at 12 h 53 min

    Comments from Mexico economy minister - 40% chance of a deal before July 1 election - I don't like "skinny" NAFTA option much - Skinny NAFTA bears political cost The market has mostly resigned itself for a long slog on NAFTA but this basically confirms it. When a politician says 40%, it means 5%. […]

  • April prelim US durable goods orders -1.7% vs -1.3% expected
    by Adam Button on 25 May 2018 at 12 h 30 min

    Durable goods orders for April - was +2.6% (revised to +2.7%) - Ex transportation +0.9% vs +0.5% expected - Prior ex transportation +0.1% (revised to +0.4%) Core orders (nondefense ex air) were a bit stronger on the headline but that was mitigated by the downward revision to the previous month. Overall, the report is a touch on t […]

  • US dollar near the best levels of the day with durable goods orders up next
    by Adam Button on 25 May 2018 at 12 h 26 min

    Durable goods orders forecast to fall 1.3% The euro sank on Spanish political drama with Rajoy hoping to stick around a full four years. The helped to give the US dollar a broad bid. USD/CAD finally broke the 1.2924 level it's been flirting with for a few weeks. It made a quick move up to 1.2960 […]

  • Trump is upbeat on North Korea once again
    by Adam Button on 25 May 2018 at 12 h 20 min

    New day, new mood The latest tweet from Trump: "Very good news to receive the warm and productive statement from North Korea. We will soon see where it will lead, hopefully to long and enduring prosperity and peace. Only time (and talent) will tell!" […]

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What is Forex ?

The Spot, Cash or Money market is the biggest market. You probably heard about futures, options and forwards which are derivatives of the main Cash Market.

The word FOREX is derived from Foreign Exchange and is the most largest financial market in the world. Unlike many markets the FX market is open 24 hours per day and has an estimated $2.0 Trillion in turnover every day. This tremendous turnover is more than the combined turnover of all the wordls' stock markets on any given day. This tends to lead to the most liquid market and thus makes it a very interesting market to trade. The Forex Market is an OTC Market (Over The Counter), meaning it doesn't have to be traded on an exchange.

The FX market does not have a fixed exchange. Nobody can claim having the right price but the high liquidity of this market makes it autoregulated. It is primarily traded through banks, brokers, dealers, financial institutions and private individuals. Trades are still executed through phone and increasingly through the Internet as the Internet penetration is growing drastically. It is only in the last few years that the smaller investor has been able to gain access to this market, around year 2000. Previously the large amounts of deposits required precluded the smaller investors and the monopoly of the big institution enabled a lot of cheating. With the advent of the Internet and growing competition it is now easily in the reach of most investors and the margin of the institution reduced automatically.

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