Forex Pairs - Calculating Pip Value Currency Pairs | Written by Forexloft
We are all aware that there are three types of forex pairs being traded; direct, indirect and crosses. The difference between the three is the role played by the US dollar in the first two and its absence in the third. Read more..
Most Volatile Active Traded Currency Pairs Currency Pairs | Written by Kathy Lien
The picture below shows the most volatile active traded currency pairs sorted by their average daily trading range. Average currency pair trading ranges are calculated from the start of the year 2008 to April 2009.
Trading Tips for The Major Currency Pairs Currency Pairs | Written by Refco
Trading the US dollar opens a whole new market to the potential trader, a market where one can participate in the cyclical nature of the global economies. Wish to diversify away from the US dollar... buy the Euro. Read more..
Guide to the Most Popular Currency Crosses Currency Pairs | Written by Refco
Trading currency crosses opens a whole new side of the currency markets, as different crosses possess different qualities that can suit any style of trading. Some crosses move fast and are extremely volatile with daily ranges that may exceed over 100 pips. Read more..
Best Currency Pairs To trade Forex Currency Pairs | Written by Mihai Marinescu
Good forex trading has little to do with the currency pair(s) we choose to trade. If we have a clear trading strategy and the ability to respect our trading plan, then we already have a first possible answer to our question: the best pairs to trade are those which we already tested, and which - as a result of our testing - seem to yield better results in the long run. Read more..
The Liquid "Major" Currency Pairs Currency Pairs | Written by Aboutcurrency
Currencies, like equities and bonds, have pairs that are very liquid and those that are not so liquid. The liquid currencies can be characterised as those that are the most stable economically, and politically. They include the countries that form the Group of 7 or G7 - the United States, Japan, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, and Canada. Read more..
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