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Forex Trading Strategies

by Owen Jones on July 2, 2011

Everybody needs money, that is clear enough, but how do you get it, or enough of it, on a regular basis to be able to enjoy a fairly comfortable life? Most people work for somebody else, some others prefer to set up their own company in order to be their own bosses and still others choose to buy and sell intangible goods like stocks and shares. A concept comparable to this last one is trading currencies on the foreign currency exchange, which is normally shortened to Forex or even FX.

The Internet And Forex Trading

by Owen Jones on June 5, 2011

Picture being able to work any hours you like, day or night, from home. Imagine if most of the work concerned with this dream job was reading and thinking. No heavy labor-intensive work and no going to bed early so that you can get up early, unless you want to. Well, these jobs do exist. The newer ones are all Internet based, but you seem to be on the Internet anyway. You could build websites, blog, play the stock markets or you could try Forex trading.

The foreign currency trading market, better known as the Forex, is by far the largest market in the world. In excess of two trillion dollars are traded on it each and every day, while ‘only’ 50 billion dollars are traded on the world’s principal stock exchange, the New York Stock Exchange, every day. This actually makes Forex larger than all the world’s stock exchanges combined!

Market Indicators For Forex Trading

by Owen Jones on May 15, 2011

If you want to try to make some money by trading in foreign currencies, you clearly need to do a great deal of research. The foundation for this research will be provided for you if you have opened a Forex account with a good Forex broker.

The Major Components Of A Forex Trading Strategy

by Owen Jones on February 16, 2011

Forex trading used to be limited to fairly well-off, long term investors and all trades had to be carried out physically by a broker, which might or might not have been your bank. The client had to telephone his broker, who would pass on any knowledge the firm had about latest developments in the currency markets and the client and the broker would decide whether to buy a new position, or sell or hold an existing position on the strength of that intelligence.