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Archive for January, 2011

The currency trading sector ended up being muddled on Tuesday without any clear themes appearing and choppy trading. The yen and Swiss franc were under performers as a result of minor theme favoring higher risk currencies. The Canadian dollar was the best accomplishing G10 currency alongside the Scandinavian crosses as oil costs rallied. The Australian dollar ended up being the saddest performer as floods continue to ravage the country.

The growing story is the euro prior to a major bond auction in Portugal on Wednesday. The Treasury there intends to sell somewhere between 750 million and 1.25 billion of 4-9 year bonds following gossips distributed that it’ll need to tap into the European bailout fund.

Going into anything blind is a formula for your failure. This is especially so when you go into the stock market. There’s an old saying that goes, “Fail to plan and you plan to fail.” Simple words to live by but a lot of people have ignored them and have consequently lost thousands of dollars to the vagaries of the market. If you don’t want to end up losing your shirt on the market, you better start your entry into it by formulating a trading plan.

Taking Their Chances in the Spot Market… Later

Natural gas prices in Canada are so low that end users are now trying to seduce producers to hedge, so they can lock in longer term low prices. But few producers are keen to lock in long term losses.

RBC, Canada’s largest brokerage firm, suggested in a weekly comment that producers still have many reasons to hedge at $3.27 a gigajoule (GJ) now, and $4.11/GJ in April 2011. For context, the full-cycle cost for new gas in North America is $5.60/mmcf and in Canada is $6.85/mmcf, according to independent analysts Ziff Energy. So producers would be selling at a significant loss.

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2011
25
Jan

Ride On The Trading Wave

Forex buying and selling is usually very monetarily gratifying and personally satisfying. Think of foreign currency trading; you probably get visions of overpaid, more than ecstatic young males in the giant dealing arena, all screaming into a variety of completely different cell phones every second. These days, though, you don’t have to be a city slicker to make great profits from the currency markets. With simple online connection and modest pot of money, basically anybody can be a forex dealer.

2011
25
Jan

an inspection of day trading

The day trading is business done on that particular day where stocks, bonds and other monetary instruments are being bought and sold. Traders who take the opportunity to join are known to be day traders. Most of these traders take hold of longer positions most of the time but they do not keep on holding on to their share for very long.

2011
24
Jan

Stability of the Forex Market

The history of the forex market stability began in 1971, since the denial of Bretton Woods system of fixed exchange rates and the transition(switch) to a free floating relative to each other, the currency market forex has never been in equilibrium. It’s simple condition – the constant search of escaping equilibrium. The inflow to the forex market of a big number of professional traders increases exchange rate fluctuations almost each day.

Anyway exactly the presence of the huge quantity of independent market’s participants – traders is the guarantee of the stability on the forex market. And there can not be any other variants. Take it as a rule.

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