11 april 2009 om 22:53 #79045Admin-DLid
The Foreign Exchange market (also referred to as the Forex or FX market) is the largest financial market in the world, with over $1.5 trillion changing hands every day.
That is larger than all US equity and Treasury markets combined!
Unlike other financial markets that operate at a centralized location (i.e. stock exchange), the worldwide Forex market has no central location. It is a global electronic network of banks, financial institutions and individual traders, all involved in the buying and selling of national currencies. Another major feature of the Forex market is that it operates 24 hours a day, corresponding to the opening and closing of financial centers in countries all across the world, starting each day in Sydney, then Tokyo, London and New York. At any time, in any location, there are buyers and sellers, making the Forex market the most liquid market in the world.
Traditionally, access to the Forex market has been made available only to banks and other large financial institutions. With advances in technology over the years, however, the Forex market is now available to everybody, from banks to money managers to individual traders trading retail accounts. The time to get involved in this exciting, global market has never been better than now. Open an account and become an active player in the largest market on the planet.
The Forex Market is very different than trading currencies on the futures market, and a lot easier, than trading stocks or commodities.
The FOREX plays a vital role in the world economy and there will always be a tremendous need for the exchange of currencies. International trade increases as technology and communication increases. As long as there is international trade, there will be a FOREX market. The FX market has to exist so a country like Germany can sell products in the United States and be able to receive Euros in exchange for US Dollar.
So you know how it is financially rewarding if you traded successfully in the forex market every single day. Whether a bad economy or not, it has made millions taking advantage of the flactuations in the market. And the good thing is that trading is now available to all of us, having internet access and right knowledge creates wealth.
Ok, ok , i got your point, how do I start trading in forex?
Well, forex is like any other investment or business, it has signifitcant amount of loss sometime.But it is better than having a job because you can work for so little time, yet earn so much more. There is a career waiting for people who are willing to exert their effor, time and mind to learning and benefiting from the Currency Market.
It is important for traders to have consistent learning in the market, and not just giving that role of trading to their brokers. The good thing is there are many learning modules out there available through the online universe. But not all guarantees 100% success on trading. Of course no person or product can be dumb enough to guarantee your success. It also demands effort on your part. A factor you should find when purchasing or looking for information is its reputation and quality.
Poor learning = higher risks and losses
Quality learning = happy trader
One highly credited Stock and Forex Investor, Bill Poulos has made some home study courses that has helped made millions of successful traders around the world. And in one of his courses, Forex Profit Accelerator, is not more of a study home course, it is more of a learning system.
Be it new in trading or experienced, constant learning is what makes wealth, at times today, ” the more you know, the more money you make”. And a learning system like the Forex Profit Accelerator can surely give you all the support you need to be successful in Currency trading.26 april 2009 om 08:39 #88667FrotsieeLid
Goed verhaal, maakt mij in ieder geval zeer enthousiast… 🙂26 april 2009 om 21:13 #88655Admin-DLid
Kun je nagaan… en dit was maar gewoon een vuige rip om de site te testen (Had er eigenlijk af gemoeten)27 april 2009 om 06:53 #88648FrotsieeLid
hehehe, beter goed gejat dan………inderdaad….slecht bedacht.!
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