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A trading Terminal from a reputable broker. A Forex Economic News calendar . A Risk Manager. A measure of currency strengths. A tested strategy. Trade Station. A Trade Timetable. A Market Timetable. Software tools.
A trading Terminal from a reputable broker. A Forex Economic News calendar. A Risk Manager. A measure of currency strengths. A tested strategy. Trade Station. A Trade Timetable. A Market Timetable. Software tools.
What forex pairs order do you trade? Do you stick with standard pairs from your broker or do you trade usd vs other currencies?
I am running backtest on forex pairs. I am using dukascopy data with the standard pairs (audusd, eurusd, usdcad, etc). Does it make a difference how I order the pairs because it makes a difference for my results. For example if I only backtesting usd pairs. Should I trade pairs as my broker presents them? audusd, eurusd, gbpusd, nzdusd, usdcad, usdchf, usdjpy. Should I invert some pairs so I am trading usd against the other currencies so my buy and sell signals are against the dollar instead of a mix match. usdeur, usdgbp, usdcad, etc. Trying to wrap my head around what this means. I would think the dollar correlation s would have some effect and I would want to pair everything against the dollar but I have been getting better results when I keep them as the broker has them.
What forex services do you recommend for a large one-off transfer that AREN'T TransferWise?
I've had a really, really, REALLY bad time with TransferWise lately and can no longer trust them, which is a shame because on the service they seem to offer the best rates and lowest fees. I need to send an inheritance from Australia to the UK for a property purchase. I do have HSBC accounts in Australia and the UK, but their rates are abysmal and will cost me thousands. What are my options? Yes I could Google this but I'd rather some personal recommendations!
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ELI5: Can someone explain to me what FOREX trading is? And why is it gaining a lot of popularity right now?
EDIT: I am seeing a lot of posts on Instagram and Facebook from people I got to university with. Apparently they are making money out of FOREX and there are a lot of people "recruiting" freshmen students to get into this. What is this exactly? , and is it worth getting into this?
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