Stocks/forex trading

Stocks/forex trading

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Forex Trading

Forex Trading or Foreign Exchange Trading is the process of speculating on currency prices to potentially make a profit.
The foreign exchange market, also known as the forex market, is the world’s most traded financial market. It is by far the largest and most liquid financial market in the world, with an estimated average global daily turnover of more than US$6.5 trillion — which has risen from $5 trillion just a few years ago.

How does forex trading work?

Currencies are traded in pairs, so by exchanging one currency for another, a trader is speculating on whether one currency will rise or fall in value against the other.

When you’re making trades in the forex market, you’re buying the currency of one nation and simultaneously selling the currency of another nation.

There’s no physical exchange of money. Traders are taking a position in a specific currency, with the hope that it will gain in value relative to the other currency.

Also, Forex is a decentralized market. It has no physical existence and no owner or management. There are no clearing houses or central bodies to oversee the forex. That means traders aren’t held to strict standards or regulations, as are seen in the stock, futures, or options markets. It also means there are fewer fees and commissions to pay.

Stock Trading

Stock trading involves buying and selling stocks frequently in an attempt to time the market.

How does stock trading work?

The goal of stock traders is to capitalize on short-term market events to sell stocks for a profit, or buy stocks at a low. Some stock traders are day traders, which means they buy and sell several times throughout the day. Others are simply active traders, placing a dozen or more trades per month.

Investors who trade stocks do extensive research, often devoting hours a day to following the market. They rely on technical stock analysis, using tools to chart a stock’s movements in an attempt to find trading opportunities and trends. Many online brokers offer stock trading information, including analyst reports, stock research and charting tools.