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By 20 October 2020

The Forex Market 

How Big is the Forex Market? According to the Bank for International Settlements triennial report of 2016, the foreign exchange market cap averaged $5.1 trillion per day. With this size and depth, it makes it an ideal trading market. The liquidity of Forex makes it easy for traders to sell and buy currencies without delay. Liquidity

By 19 October 2020

Pound Traders Disregards Brexit Talks Noise for Now 

For pound traders who have weathered more than for years of Brexit talks, anything short of a resolution one way or the other by the beginning of November is a distraction.  Analysts say that in order for both sides to prepare for new trade terms in 2021, there needs to be at least a broad

By 18 October 2020

How To Overcome Forex Trading Worries

Worrying is a normal response for us humans. We worry whenever there is uncertainty or feel uncomfortable in making decisions because we are scared of the possibility of a negative outcome. As a human, it is in our nature to try to avoid pain as much as possible. As a forex trader, one of the

By 17 October 2020

Trading Forex Confidently

The primary motivating factor for most people who want to get into forex trading is the money-making endeavor.  It is helpful to get clear of the goals that they wish to have and achieve from their forex trading efforts as they approach the market. Trading essentially reflect a person’s overall personality and trading psychology. Their behavior during trading ultimately tends

By 16 October 2020

Sterling Falls as EU and UK Seems to be in a Stalema ...

The pound fell sharply against the dollar on Thursday, after EU leaders did not commit to work “intensively” with the UK to reach a trade deal and placed the onus on Britain to “make the necessary moves” to secure an agreement. Following the conclusion of the first day of the European summit, Michel Barnier, the

By 15 October 2020

Forex Trading Tips

  Here is a list of the ultimate forex tips that can help in your trading performance.       Know the kind of trader that you are Every trader is different, just like the market. You have your own goals, personality, and emotional strength.  Some traders would like to go with low-risk positions while

By 14 October 2020

Bank of England’s Bailey sees no V-shaped recovery

Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said he did not think the economy was undergoing a sharp “V-shaped recovery, because of headwinds from a second wave of COVID and underlying public caution about spending and socializing after the pandemic.  “A ‘V’ is really not the way I look at it in terms of what we

By 13 October 2020

4 Newbie Forex Mistakes To Watch Out For 

When you’re a newbie trader, making mistakes is inevitable. In fact, you’re probably going to be making a lot of mistakes while getting to the top. But that’s okay! It’s all part of the learning process, after all.  However, a mistake is only a mistake if it was made around twice. If it was still

By 12 October 2020

EU Leaders Insists On Tough Enforcement in Brexit De ...

French President Emmanuel Macron and other EU leaders will insist on tough enforcement rules for any trade deal with Britain, warning that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s bid to override the Brexit treaty has shown Britain’s word cannot be trusted, the Financial Times reported.  EU diplomats said leaders at a summit starting on Thursday would call

By 11 October 2020

Three Things You Should Keep Track on In Your Tradin ...

Most successful trader has a trading journal. Keeping track of your trades is one of the most important things that most new traders fail to realize and how this can benefit in improving their trading set ups. Keeping track of your trading performance is more than just looking at the profit/loss. By having a trading

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