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New Forex Trading System Gives Average Traders The Edge

Move over George Soros. Now the average investor can stake their claim in the global forex markets thanks to a new book from David C. Arena. 'My new forex trading system shows how to produce consistent monthly gains with low risk starting with just a modest sized account' says David.

Trading in foreign currency has become one of the most lucrative businesses in the world. The Forex market has become the world's largest financial market with over 1.5 trillion USD traded daily. Forex is part of the bank-to-bank currency market known as the 24 hour Interbank market. The Interbank market moves from major banking centers of the United States, Australia, New Zealand, the Far East and Europe.

Until recently, the average investor could not participate in the Forex market due to large minimum transaction sizes and stringent financial requirements. Banks, Hedge Funds and the occasional high net worth individual were the major participants.

These large traders were able to take advantage of the many benefits offered by the Forex market vs other markets including incredible liquidity and the strong trending nature of the world's primary currency exchange rates.

'I have professionally traded stocks, options, futures and foreign currency for over 10 years.' says David 'Forex allows the most leverage (1% margin compared to 12-50% for stocks and futures) and has the most liquidity and volatility. Smaller transaction sizes and a lower minimum account balance levels the playing field between the individual speculator and the major players that once dominated the market. My book reveals a simple forex trading system that is used by professional traders.' Learn more
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Forex Trading: Margin Usage and Introduction to Hedging
A good rule of thumb for either a mini-account or standard forex account, is to limit your margin usage for each trade to 5% - 10% of your usable margin. As an example, if your usable margin is $5000, to trade safely, limit your margin...

Forex Trading Online - 7 Reasons Why You Should!
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How Does FOREX Compare to Other Investment Markets?
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Sending signals for trading in forex
FOREX SIGNALS Sending signals for trading in forex Forex signals are sent by a forex firm to their subscribers in order to buy and sell currencies. These signals are called entry and exit signals for the forex dealers. The firms, which send this...

Trends and Profitable Trading In The Forex Markets.
The basis behind using technical analysis is to find trends when looking at the forex charts and be aware of when they first develop so you can ride the trend until it ends. The foreign exchange market is a very strong trending market, lots of ups...

Risk Disclosure: Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest / trade in foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading.

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