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Forex — the foreign exchange (currency or FOREX, or FX) market is the biggest and the most liquid financial market in the world. It boasts a daily volume of more than $5.3 trillion (as of April 2013). Trading in this market involves buying and selling world currencies, taking profit from the exchange rates difference. FX trading can yield high profits but is also a very risky endeavor. Everyone can participate in foreign exchange trading via the Forex brokers. With our broker rating & reviews system, we can help you choose the one that fits your needs.
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Their webpages are misleading stating minimum lot size is .01 when in fact gold/usd is 0.1 Beware when using an EA or you will get a nasty surprise when a lot size of .1 opens and you have hardly any margin. poof goes your money!
Just another scam brokerage firm
I have a negative experience with this 'brokerage' firm.
If you lose money that all is OK - no requotes, all is going well. But when you starting to win, please prepare for the full arsenall of broker weapons - virt...
Stay away from them, especially during the news releases. They may open your order on a faked price and you may lose ALL YOUR deposit!!! I lose 800 pips, because they opened my order on the FAKED price.
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This week was mixed for the US dollar which rose against some major currencies, like the euro and the Japanese yen, but fell against commodity-linked currencies, including the Australian and the Canadian dollars.
The Great Britain pound ended Friday with gains thanks to GDP report that was in line with analysts’ expectations and poor economic data from the United States. The currency still ended the week with losses versus the euro.
The Russian ruble gained today as Standard & Poor’s reaffirmed Russia’s sovereign credit rating, alleviating concerns about a potential reduction of the grade to junk.
The New Zealand dollar advanced today even though the trade data from New Zealand was rather bad. Yet the kiwi managed to rise as a negative housing report from the United States drove trades away from the US dollar to other currencies.