favourite pairs

hayseed

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What are your favourite pairs?
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hey vic...... my list would change every so often.... the current favorites would be the best trending pairs at that particular time....

the next group would be approaching possible trend change areas.... nzdcad might be an example of both.....h
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iamsam

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What are your favourite pairs?
For me, I was recommended when first learning to pick 1 or 2 pairs max and just focus on analysing them, spend a month just watching how it moves during each session etc.
The two I like the most were USDJPY and EURUSD.
GBPUSD has become another favourite :)
 

PaulReidG

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Totally agree with Sam, i also really like the USDJPY and EURUSD. However i must say, despite the fact these are the favorite ones, i would say that sometimes you can actually find some way better options from the financial point of view. I remember back when i was just starting my trading life, my teacher was a friend of mine, who was trading on stocks for a couple of years already. He was always telling me that you should never be ''addicted'' to a certain pair, however you must find a couple which you are always analyzing. I remember he actually told me to make a metatrader demo account before trading on forex, so i would see if i would like it before registering for a [URL deleted] fbs account. I was pretty sceptical about it, however i guess that was the best decision i ever made.
 
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Therene

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Totally agree with Sam, i also really like the USDJPY and EURUSD. However i must say, despite the fact these are the favorite ones, i would say that sometimes you can actually find some way better options from the financial point of view. I remember back when i was just starting my trading life, my teacher was a friend of mine, who was trading on stocks for a couple of years already. He was always telling me that you should never be ''addicted'' to a certain pair, however you must find a couple which you are always analyzing. I remember he actually told me to make a metatrader demo account before trading on forex, so i would see if i would like it before registering for a fbs account. I was pretty sceptical about it, however i guess that was the best decision i ever made.
And how is your trading going?
 

vicjon1995

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For me, I was recommended when first learning to pick 1 or 2 pairs max and just focus on analysing them, spend a month just watching how it moves during each session etc.
The two I like the most were USDJPY and EURUSD.
GBPUSD has become another favourite :)
EUR/USD is my favourite too. It's been a while i've been watching it and placing trades in the demo. Sometime is win sometimes i lose. I keep an eye on the news on Fxstreet. I think its a great site for fundamental analysis.
 

danielbro

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For me, I was recommended when first learning to pick 1 or 2 pairs max and just focus on analysing them, spend a month just watching how it moves during each session etc.
The two I like the most were USDJPY and EURUSD.
GBPUSD has become another favourite :)
Same here. I enjoy GBPUSD the most. EURUSD is also another great pair.
 
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e_abrams

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Would you like to share the list then?
AUD/USD, NZD/USD, USD/CAD, USD/JPY and so on, these are just off the top of my head. Usually most popular currency pairs do, except GBP/USD lately, which has been a mess for a while now because of Brexit.
 

Dora_WalletInvestor

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Totally agree with Sam, i also really like the USDJPY and EURUSD. However i must say, despite the fact these are the favorite ones, i would say that sometimes you can actually find some way better options from the financial point of view. I remember back when i was just starting my trading life, my teacher was a friend of mine, who was trading on stocks for a couple of years already. He was always telling me that you should never be ''addicted'' to a certain pair, however you must find a couple which you are always analyzing. I remember he actually told me to make a metatrader demo account before trading on forex, so i would see if i would like it before registering for a [URL deleted] fbs account. I was pretty sceptical about it, however i guess that was the best decision i ever made.
It's good advice that you shouldn't be addicted to one pair, but still have one or a few that you follow more closely than others. It's better to know a lot about a pair or two than trying and failing to keep up with many at a time.