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#1 30/05/2024 00:15:54


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How can you trade in the forex market?

The foreign exchange market is a global marketplace that operates 24 hours a day, including most U.S. holidays. Forex trading is conducted over the counter, meaning there is no physical exchange of assets.  Rather than using a central exchange, such as the New York Stock Exchange, a global network of banks and financial institutions operates and monitors the forex market. Forex traders trade a currency pair, a quotation of two different currencies. A currency pair essentially tells traders the current market value of one currency relative to another. A three-letter code denotes each currency in a pair.

These codes are typically two letters representing the region where the currency comes from and one letter representing the name of the currency itself. For example, the currency code for the U.S. dollar is USD, and the code for the British pound is GBP. The first currency listed in the currency pair quote is called the base currency, and the second currency is the quote currency. The quote itself is a ratio of how much of the quote currency the trader can purchase one unit of the base currency. If the quote for a EUR/USD pair is 1.06, it means 1 euro (EUR) is worth $1.06 (USD). Browse around this website:

You can start forex trading by opening an online trading account with a top forex broker, such as Interactive Brokers, TD Ameritrade or Ally Invest. Many leading online forex brokers also offer free demo accounts, where new users can get a feel for trading without putting their real money at stake. There are dozens of different currency pairs in the forex market, but the seven major currency pairs make up about 75% of all trading in the forex market, according to CMC Markets. The seven major currencies include the U.S. dollar, euro, Japanese yen (JPY), British pound (GBP), Australian dollar (AUD), Canadian dollar (CAD), Swiss franc (CHF) and New Zealand dollar (NZD).

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