Forex

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  • What Is Rollover In Forex?

    In forex, "rollover" refers to the value of accrued interest on a spot currency position during the overnight holding period. Interest rates, leverage, investment horizon and the currencies being traded are instrumental in quantifying rollover. When Is Rollover Calculated? In forex, rollover is calculated for application to an investor's trading account Monday through Friday at 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. On weekends, the forex market is closed for business, but…

  • The Basics Of Forex Arbitrage

    What Is Forex Arbitrage? Forex arbitrage is defined as "the simultaneous purchase and sale of the same, or essentially similar, security in two different markets for advantageously different prices," according to the concept formalised by economists Sharpe and Alexander in the 1990s. Given the popularity of forex trading, arbitrage strategies are implemented by thousands of participants around the world. Accordingly, someone who practices arbitrage is known as an "arbitrageur." Simply…

  • Day Trading Equipment For Beginners

    Parallels are often drawn between day trading and nearly every type of sport. Whether one is a seasoned day trader, savvy chess player or a rookie linebacker in the NFL, an age-old axiom sums up performance: "At all levels of play, the secret of success lies not so much in playing well, but in not playing badly." Poor play is often the result of being ill-equipped and trading successfully without…

  • How To Use Your Own Trading Journal

    One of the ways in which a trader can learn from past success and failure is through keeping a trading journal. A trading journal is a comprehensive record of data exclusively related to a trader's performance over a period of time.

  • DKK – Danish Krone

    The Danish krone is the official currency of the Kingdom of Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands and has the currency code of DKK and currency symbol kr.

  • OTC – Over The Counter Market

    Modern investors have a variety of choices for acquiring securities and are accustomed to making trades swiftly with transparent pricing. Trading of well-known securities often takes place on formal exchanges, which are large institutions that follow a series of rules for helping to assure an active market, liquidity of assets traded and robust supply and demand. Trading, however, can also take place on the alternative "over-the-counter" market, or OTC. It's…

  • SEK – Swedish Krona

    The Swedish krona is the monetary unit of many countries, including Denmark, Norway and Sweden is symbolized by kr and has a currency code of SEK

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