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Forex Spreads: Breaking Down Bid and Ask Rates

Bid and ask rates play an important role in all types of financial marketplaces. Let’s take a look at what these terms mean and how they relate to forex spreads and trading.

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Tips for Trading in an Inflationary Environment

With the U.S. economy experiencing inflation at rates not seen since the 1980s, forex traders are monitoring the U.S. dollar closely to see how the currency’s purchasing power and exchange rates are influenced by the accelerated devaluation of the U.S. dollar.

At the same time, U.S. regulatory efforts to curb inflation are already underway. Meanwhile, currency values continue to be roiled by global events such as the Russian invasion of Ukraine, global gas shortages, and lingering economic disruption caused by the pandemic.

While inflation needs to be balanced among other economic forces, this rapid rate of inflation deserves the close attention of forex traders. Here are some tips to help you weather the challenges and preserve your capital when trading in an inflationary environment.

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6 Key Principles to Understand When Trading Currency Pairs

Even if you have experience trading stocks and other assets, the forex currency market is vastly different in terms of the data you need to analyze. 

Before you trade currency pairs, you need to have a strong understanding of the tactics involved in forex trade analysis as well as the trading rules and best practices that will set you up for sustained success. Here are the six key principles that every trader should know before they start trading with real money.

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8 Things to Know About Leveraged Forex Trading

For adventurous and opportunistic traders, more aggressive forex trading strategies may offer appeal due to the increased earning potential that can come with those risks.

One such strategy is trading forex using leverage. If you’re unfamiliar with leveraged forex trading, it’s important to educate yourself on how leverage works and how traders might want to incorporate this trading option into their overall strategy.

Read on for eight important facts every trader should know before attempting leveraged forex trading.

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How to Understand Currency Pair Sentiment

To consistently turn a profit as a forex trader, your trading strategy can’t only rely on economic calendars and technical indicators to identify trading opportunities as they develop. 

Because forex trading is highly speculative, the sentiments of the overall forex market can be highly influential on the valuation of certain currencies—which means overall trader sentiments can actually move the prices of positions you’ve been targeting. 

Understanding the impact of currency pair sentiment on forex prices is a crucial component of any winning forex trading strategy. The better you’re able to understand these sentiments through the quantified tools and resources available to forex traders, the more effectively you will be able to make timely trades that leverage sentiment with other analyses to better predict price movements and profit opportunities.

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What To Know When Trading GBP/JPY

Known informally among forex traders as “Geppy” and “The Beast,” the GBP/JPY pairing is viewed as a reliable indicator of global economic health. These individual currencies provide a strong reflection of economic health and policymaking in both the Asia-Pacific region as well as Western Europe.

But this reliance on GBP/JPY as an economic indicator shouldn’t mislead traders into treating it as a safe pairing for beginners to get their feet wet with. Though the pairing’s volatility is great for generating potential earnings, it also creates significant risk for forex traders. This is why “Geppy” has one of the most fearsome reputations among all forex pairs.

Profit-earning trading is possible, but traders should approach “The Beast” with caution and familiarize themselves with the complexities of this forex offering.

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US Infrastructure/Debt Ceiling in Focus. Central Banks Eyeing Inflation


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