No fear: how to stop worrying and love the market
We can repeat on and on until it becomes clear to everyone. The current situation in the market does not mean the end of the world. On contrary, you should take a deep breath and calm down. Yes, the recent plunge looks dramatic, but the market managed to recover from even bigger falls. And lets not forget that we do trading here. That is, we can both go short and long on the assets. In other words, we can both sell as well as buy.
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Currency cross pairs: how to trade them?
Do you know that opportunities to earn money are not limited by trading your favorite EUR/USD, GBP/USD and USD/JPY? Furthermore, a currency pair may be formed without the US dollar? In this article, we are going to introduce you to the so-called "currency cross pair". You will find out the special features of these pairs and learn how to trade them and to avoid mistakes.
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Bitcoin is coming Back - Fundamental Analysis - Forex Trading
Two years ago, the financial news outlets were going crazy over Bitcoin (BTC). High profile billionaires openly promoted Bitcoin as the “money of the future,” investors were boarding the money train with high hopes—and high is exactly what they got. Could the profitable highs of 2017 happen again and how can you use trading tools to increase the potential profits of a repeat rally?
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NZD up on government surplus - Fundamental Analysis - Forex Trading
The New Zealand dollar has made gains against most major currencies so far today. These came as the country’s government reported a budget surplus of around NZ$7.5 billion this morning. The Kiwi dollar moved back above 63 US cents in early trading and has held there this morning GMT. NZDJPY also moved up to week highs above ¥67.80, and EURNZD was similar below NZ$1.74. In a more dramatic movement, the pound lost nearly 1% against the Kiwi dollar to trade at 1.935, a month low.
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Should You Invest to Asian Market? - Fundamental Analysis - Forex Trading
The world media tends to focus on the big name currencies, but there are over one hundred currency pairs in the foreign exchange, and many are relatively unmentioned in the world media. Brexit powers GBP attention, Trump pumps the dollar, and the euro is a melting pot of speculation, but how is the Asian market in general?
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