It depends on the leverage used and the amount of capital invested.You could invest a starting capital of $50, or $50 000, the sky is the limit. However, it is important to remember that increasing leverage, increases risk; ultimately it depends on a trader’s tolerance to and management of risk. Skilled traders are able to minimise risk and maximise profit thorough analysis, a trading strategy that suits their style and wise money management.
There are many factors that can and do contribute to currency prices.
Such factors include economic and political events and announcements, interest rates, inflation, natural disasters and the list goes on. There is even debate over a mass psychology of how traders perceive the market at a certain point in time, which could contribute to how many base their trading decisions and thus influence the market. While there is absolutely no Holy Grail and sure way to predict price movements, there are some very thorough techniques implemented by analysts in an attempt to forecast potential price movements.
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Essentially you will want the market to move in your favour. You can move the odds in your favour by analysing the market in various ways. Technical analysis involves trends, historical data and current market movements. It takes a more statistical approach to trading by thoroughly examining the charts and indicators. Alternatively you have fundamental analysis which focuses more on important economic events and announcements which are likely to influence the market. In either case you should attempt to capitalise on potential market movements with a formulated trading strategy, wise decision making and clever money management. The sum of your profit depends on the efficiency of your trading strategy, on how well you learn to predict the alteration in rates and their tendencies and on the amount of your deposit which allows you to sustain unfavourable situations during market movements as well as capitalise on good trading opportunities.
The spread is the difference between the bid and the ask price.
The bid price is the rate at which you can sell a currency pair, and the ask price is the rate at which you can buy a currency pair. With us, you can trade a large range of instruments with flexible spreads. That gives you a greater degree of price transparency on your trades.
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