Tuesday, May 13, 2008

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The FOREX market- introduction for the fresh trader [Pt.1]

The Foreign Exchange Market literally grew out of the international financial market because of different countries' need of buying and selling each other's currency. This trading system is identical to the stock market in many ways. As in the stock market, people who trade in the forex influence the currency ratio (aka "price") according to the code of supply and demand. The forex is the most liquid and exceptionally financial market with gigantic sums (up to 1.5 trillion) of US dollars shifting in value per day. Due to its mammoth liquidity and its swift pace, it is improbable for neither an individual trader nor financial foundation to manipulate the market or affect the price of any currency for their own profit.

The forex market has an assortment of world centers: London, Paris, Frankfurt, New York, Sydney, Z?rich, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong create a circle of 24 hours open market- across different time zones. Therefore there is always a demand and there is always a supply in any given time. Nowadays, especially with the Internet, a trader can seal a deal in a matter of seconds.

Unlike the stock market which is familiar with long-term investments, the forex is known for its possibilities to gain huge profits in an issue of minutes or a small movement change in a certain currency. There are long-term investors as well, mainly hedge investors. For every way of trading, there is a selection of tactics that may apply and systems to choose from, each way got its own compensations as well as shortcomings.

About the Author

Andrew Keynes is a long time FOREX trader. A husband and father of two, Keynes has proven himself and built his reputation as an expert to the Foreign Exchange market over many years.
He has successfully served as financial advisor to several large hedge funds and groups and is nowadays busy pushing his latest effort, www.forexblogs.net.


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