May 5, 2011

FOREX TRADING ONLINE

Currency Exchange Market Is Cbrsouk On Our Planet Earth

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The word "Forex" means short, the foreign exchange market or the global stock of foreign money which would fit the word "FOReign EXchange market" in the English language. And be speculation by buying and selling of major currencies, which possess the basic share from operations in the forex market is the U.S. dollar (USD) (base currency) and the euro (EUR) and pound sterling (GBP) and Swiss franc (CHF) and Japanese Yen (JPY).

And are buying and selling of those currencies in U.S. dollars or other currencies, among them the so-called currency pairs, and so against the U.S. dollar or any currency against another currency value. And considered speculative currency trade on the stock market, and also the most risky, because of rapid fluctuations in the currency of the upward trend to trend downward, or vice versa. In addition to the currency market there are other types of stock exchanges are: gold, silver, Petroleum Exchange, shares and bonds, agricultural crops and energy. The currency exchanges are characterized by various indicators and technical analysis, news analysis and rapid access to profits. 

Trafficking in foreign currencies at the top of the excitement and fun it can be very profitable. Masterpiece but also risking significant. It is important to be fully understood the circumstances of all trading on margin and disadvantages of this and the opportunities offered by certain transactions in foreign currencies. And to turn these pages offer you a brief introduction to the currency markets Alajnbepoualemcarkin and of some strategies that you can apply. If you have any doubts it is possible to discuss it with any of our dealers are working 24 hours a day in the Saxo Bank and trade systems on the Internet while they are known as Saxo Saxo Trader or dealer.

The basis of trade in the foreign exchange market    The Stock Exchange of foreign currencies of the world's largest markets in the world with a daily volume of its revenues around 1.2 trillion U.S. dollars million each, making it the towering monument reduces the combined volume of all transactions between currency markets and securities in the whole world combined.

There are many reasons behind the popularity of trafficking in foreign currencies and most important is the amount of power and influence that brings it to the individual and the high liquidity 24 hours a day at the same time that the trading costs associated with the trafficking is low.

Examples of trafficking in foreign currencies

There are an investor has the amount of margin deposited with Saxo Bank worth U.S. $ 10000

The investor expects the U.S. dollar to rise against the Swiss franc and therefore decides to buy U.S. $ 2000000 - 2% of his maximum possible exposure at a 1% margin trading in foreign currencies.

Saxo Bank to provide a valuable rate 20-1.5515 The investor buys USD at 1.5520.

Day 1: The purchase of two million U.S. dollars compared to 1.5520 Swiss francs CHF = sale amount of $ 3.104 million

After four days the dollar has actually risen to CHF 1.5745 and the investor decides to take his profit.

At the request, the Saxo Bank to offer high price for the investor and 50-1.5745 of this the investor to sell at 1.5745.

Day 5: sell two million U.S. dollars compared to CHF 1.5745 = Buy CHF 3,149,000.

As the dollar side of the transaction involves a credit and a debit of USD 2000000 USD account will show any change investor. And the account of the Swiss franc is showing a debit of CHF 3104000 and a credit of $ 3149000 and Swiss francs because of the simplicity of this example and the short time horizon of the treatment we have disregarded the interest rate swap that would marginally alter the profit calculation.

The result of this profit of 45 000 Swiss francs, or about U.S. $ 28 600 = 28.6% profit on the deposit of $ 100000.

 

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