Add your answer to ApGrey's question on 30 Aug 2017, 09:03:26
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girlslike answered Jeremy's question on 12 May 2017, 06:46:52

Currency traders make decisions using both technical factors and economic fundamentals. Technical traders use charts, trend lines, support and resistance levels, and numerous patterns and mathematical analysis to identify trading opportunities, whereas fundamentalists predict price movements by interpreting a wide variety of economic information, including news, government-issued indicators and reports, and even rumors. The most dramatic price movements, however, occur when unexpected events happen. The event can range from a Central Bank raising domestic interest rates to the outcome of a political election or even an act of war. Nonetheless, more often it is the expectation of an event that drives the market rather than the event itself.

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girlslike answered Jeremy's question on 06 Mar 2017, 05:33:16

International currency prices are highly volatile and very difficult to predict. Due to such volatility, there is no system that can assure you that transactions on the foreign currency market should result in great benefits to you, nor is it possible to guarantee that your transactions would yield favorable results.

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Add your answer to Lancarriotte's question on 14 Dec 2016, 07:21:26
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Add your answer to Carlo's question on 12 Dec 2016, 10:18:34
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Lance answered Toby's question on 09 Dec 2016, 06:05:12

I prefer to place an order for a long period of time than a short-term trading because it gives higher profits.

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