What is forex?

The foreign exchange market, or Forex, is the world's largest financial market, with the average daily turnover exceeding $5.3 Trillion. Forex currency trading is buying one currency while selling another currency. The exchange rate of the currencies are floating, and the traded products are in the form of currency pairs. For example,the Euro/US dollar (EURUSD) or US dollar / Japanese Yen (USDJPY).

Why trade forex?

How a forex trade works

A Forex trade example

Going long and short

Forex pricing

Currency pairs

What drives the forex market?

Where can I trade Forex?

When can I trade forex?

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