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Why Trade Forex

Posted on 29 October 2011

Why trade forex?

So now you asking yourself why I should trade FX and the answer is simple; because you can! The FX market is the only financial market that you can trade 24/6, for a reasonably small investment, and profit almost instantly!

 

The Forex, FX market has not only provided an investor with the ability to trade anytime, anywhere but also with small investments. The advantages of the Forex, FX markets are simple,

 

1)    Liquidity

2)    No commissions

3)    Leverage

 

Liquidity

The Forex, FX market is open 24/6, which gives the investor endless trading opportunities and generally no limitations of time. It’s also the largest financial market as mentioned which subsequently gives the investor endless information online (education, information etc.) which is a plus!

 

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Leverage 

Being a leveraged financial instrument an investor is able to tap into this to maximize profits and at the same time make the most of the market movements without having to hold the full value of the underlying asset.

 

Let’s look at an example where 100:1 leverage is used:

Investor deposits $1000 into a trading account; with the leverage the client is able to open a trade of up to $100,000. The market moves in your favor by 1% and you have just made yourself a profit of $1000!

 

No commissions 

The Forex, FX Market is one of the only markets in the world where trading is commission free (ECN excluded). You only pay the spread (difference between the bid/ ask price or buy/ sell price). This makes for the cheapest form of financial investment and without commissions and extra costs you can “pocket” more!

 

Who can trade FX?

Just about anyone can trade Forex, FX- if you are over the age of 18 and have a computer and internet access you are on your way to trading success. With some education, practice and a good broker you can profit from just about any day on the market.

 


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