The term forex refers to foreign exchange. Forex trading refers to the process of exchanging the currency of one nation with that of another nation. Forex trading can be achieved with the help of a broker. The initial thing that you have to do is to choose the currency pair for which you require a forex trade. With the increase in the value of currency you have the opportunity to make gain. The uniqueness of forex trading that makes it very much popular is that it poses low rate of risk, live market trading is ensured by it, trading of all kind of currency is possible etc.
Forex trading serves at its best when you are on a vacation trip to foreign countries. Financial centers on the world acts as anchors for forex trading and hence the risk of loss is very low. Central banks, institutional investors, governments and other financial institutions are the retail investors for forex trading.
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The Forex market hours theoretically are 24 hours that means that the buyers or the sellers can work at any time and the weekends being the exception in it. But the real question which arises is whether the real profits can be earned when one works only for any hour a day. The answer is no. There are certain peak hours when the trading fetches maximum results.
For an example the conversion of EUR to USD or GBP to USD or vice versa in both the cases, the maximum results can be fetched in the Forex market hours of 8.00 am to 12.00 noon EST. The reason being the currencies are most active in this period only. The same ways in New York the Forex market hour is 8.00 am – 12.00 noon, in Sydney/Tokyo it is 7.00am-2.00 pm EST and in London/Tokyo it is 3.00 am to 4.00 am EST.
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