Forex (FX) is the market in which currencies are traded. The forex market is the largest, most liquid market in the world, with average traded values that can be trillions of dollars per day. It includes all of the currencies in the world. It all boils down to the traders own philosophy. Either you are willing to accept the greater risk for greater gains, or you are not. If not, stick with the EUR/USD. Hover over the profile pic and click the Following button to unfollow any account. AxiTrader offers multi-channel funding. We also allow broker-to-broker transfers from selected companies. See Account Funding for more details.
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The euro/U.S. dollar (EUR/USD) currency pair looks set to close higher for the fourth consecutive week. That sounds impressive. But to put things into perspective, it has been trading inside a narrow range between 1.05 and 1.08 for much of this year. The 300 or so pip range is nothing to get excited over. But then this is the EUR/USD we are talking about. It hasn't exactly moved much since early 2015. Nevertheless, there's no doubt about which group of market participants have been in control this month, and, in fact, quarter.
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Experience the difference that precise execution makes. Assume control of your trading through user defined Price Tolerance, with the potential for benefiting from price improvement. America's markets close every evening and do not open again until the next day; if it is not a weekend. This limits the amount of time we have to trade but also the actual physical number of trades we can do.