Forex trading relies on the valuations of currencies against one another, or their exchange rate, measured in ten thousandths of a unit of currency. Drivers for changes in the valuation of an exchange pair can be strongly driven by financial news events, and one sort of strategy for forex trading is to make hedged guesses on how various financial news events will affect trading pairs. It’s not without risks.For Forex news in the financial sector, the large banks that make the spot markets where forex trading happens pay a premium to get their information first, before it even hits the market. If you’re trading from home, or through a broker, you’re going to be behind the information lag curve, which usually means you’re a trailing trader, not a leading one. This isn’t the end of the world and a lot of sound investing can be done this way, but for a day trade strategy, seconds can mean thousands of dollars.When there are events that destabilize currency pairs, the changes in the markets can be swift – and brutal. The banks that run the markets can capitalize on small swings through the use of leveraged assets. Private investors should look at… Read full this story
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