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Currency futures contracts are contracts specifying a standard volume of a particular currency to be exchanged on a specific settlement date. Thus the currency futures contracts are similar to forward contracts in terms of their obligation, but differ from forward contracts in the way they are traded. They are commonly used by MNCs to hedge their currency positions. In addition they are traded by speculators who hope to capitalize on their expectations of exchange rate movements.
But that's still not all folks. There's more! After Forex Gump explains the tricks of the trade, you'll head over to the Sophomore part of the school, where Dr. Pipslow, an ancient and revered trader of currencies, will share his nuggets on everything you need to know about the psychology of trading.
is a subsidiary of Gain Capital, a company that is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. FXCM is also a publicly traded corporation. Both companies have offices worldwide and are regulated differently in countries outside of the US. It should also be noted that both companies have been fined by the NFA in recent years for slippage malpractice, or, in other words, for not making price improvements available on all orders. Both and FXCM, however, did try to correct their poor behavior and to atone for their wrongdoings.