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Sep 9, 2008 at 11:21 o\clock

Basics of forex trading | ForexGen

 This article contains mainly basic information about forex, but I am sure that there are many people in the world who don't even know what Forex is, so am not going to talk about any complex strategies here. In forex trading markets there is always a risk that a trade will turn against you, and I must stress that the best way to learn the Forex market is to get some experience with live hands on trading. First of all the expression of forex means foreign exchange which is exchanging of currencies through online trading market, forex is actually a virtual network of currency dealers who are connected by means of telecommunications. For example; when you are sleeping in the United States, dealers in Europe can be trading currencies with their Japanese counterparts as it is worldwide market.Trader’s purpose is to get the profit as the result of foreign currencies purchase and sale. From latest assessment, Forex trading daily constitution is approximately average from 1.5 trillion to 2.5 trillion. Forex Trading requires the employing fundamental as well as technical analyses. These analyses help a trader to determine the development in the price trends of currencies. Fundamental analysis can be said to use techniques to analyze the value of a state’s currency with the help of its economic indicators. While technical analysis includes the study of patterns of price trends and movements which will make it easier for the trader to predict the path of the future developments in the Forex market.Well if you are interested to know more information about forex trading, click here

Sep 4, 2008 at 19:26 o\clock

ForexGen | Failure is NOT an Option

I heard an amazing stat the other day…

90% of novice Forex traders fail!

That means that my chosen pursuit has a 10% success rate!Wow!

This was like a punch in the gut. I long suspected a high failure rate, but not THAT high! For those that know me, statistics like these get me thinking and asking that proverbial question … why?

It has got to be the common thread of success I see across the entrepreneurial world … education! I also surmise that people here about the opportunities in the forex market and get pretty excited. After all those advantages are the reason I chose forex as one of my wealth vehicles!Without forex knowledge the uneducated get seduced by greed, eventually are overrun by fear and destined to exit the forex trading all together with their tails between their legs. By the way, these are the same people that will preach the risk of forex trading from the roof top and spout out about what a rip off the entire forex trading industry is for investors.That is why I focus on forex education and personal self-mastery (discipline)!

Sep 3, 2008 at 20:05 o\clock

ForexGen | Margin call

Margin call is something that you will have to be aware of.

If for any reason the broker thinks that your position is in danger e.g. you have a position of $100,000 with a margin of one percent ($1,000) and your losses are approaching your margin ($1,000). He will call you and either ask you to deposit more money, or close your position to limit your risk and his risk.

Margin call is actually a good thing. It safeguards you and your broker.

Some traders become so emotionally involved with their position that they are in cable of making a rational decision.

If a margin

Sep 3, 2008 at 14:54 o\clock

Who are ForexGen Introducing Brokers?

 A Forex introducing brokers program is an opportunity for people and businesses to receive a commission for introducing their contacts or their customers to the forex market. This type of business can be structured in different ways. How it is structured depends on the actual client base of the person or company.In today's large financial markets, the forex world is heavily gaining popularity over other top investments such as securities, bonds, and other commodities. With a total of $2.5 trillion traded each day, endless amounts of profit opportunities lay in the world's largest financial market.First off let me explain what forex introducing brokers are and do. Forex introducing brokers are individuals or companies that have other individuals that it is in contact with that could have a stern interest in trading the forex markets. What the introducing brokers would do is to provide them with access to the freedom lifestyle of actively trading their own money online with some of the world's top secure online platforms. You are offering them more investment opportunities for themselves which leads to a better business relationship and reputation with your clients.When you become a forex introducing broker you earn a commission on all the revenue generated by your referred client. Your client is not made to pay more to cover for this. You are guaranteed by the forex brokers a portion of the profits provided by the broker. The forex introducing brokers are also updated daily on the status of their business with reports that show you commission rates. This helps you keep track of your business 24 hours a day.

Sep 3, 2008 at 08:18 o\clock

Understanding Spreads | ForexGen

 What Is A Spread? FIRST, spread is the difference between the ask price (the price you buy at) and the bid price (the price you sell at) quoted in pips. If the quote between EUR/USD at a given moment is 1.2222/4, then the spread is 2 pips. If the quote is 1.22225/40, then the spread is 1.5 pips.SECOND, it is how brokers make money. Wider spreads result in a higher ask price and a lower bid price. As a consequence, you pay more when you buy and get less when you sell, making it more difficult to realize a profitBrokers don't typically earn the full spread, especially when they hedge client positions. The spread compensates the market maker for taking on risk from the time it executes a client trade to when the broker's net exposure is hedged (possibly at a different price). Why Are Spreads So Important? Spreads affect the return on your trading strategy in a big way. Probably more than you think. As a trader, your sole interest is buying low and selling high. Wider spreads means buying higher and having to sell lower. A half-pip lower spread doesn't sound like much, but it can easily make the difference between a profitable trading strategy and an unprofitable one.