FX Trading

What is FX Trading

Foreign exchange, FX or Forex for short, is a professional operation in which currency of one country is converted to that of another to discharge international debtor-creditor relationship. This market is gaining more and more attention in recent years and has developed into the world’s largest financial market with an average turnover of over USD3 trillion per day. The figure is several times of the trading volume of global stock market. Because of time difference and different geographical positions of global financial centers, from Sydney to Tokyo, London and New York, the Asian, European and American markets make a 24-hour running global foreign exchange market. The market never stops trading except on Saturdays, Sundays or major holidays.
Unlike stock trading and futures trading, which are through centralized exchanges, FX/Forex is made via electronic network without a unified market. However, the network of foreign exchange trading is global. The market is connected by a commonly accepted method and advanced information system. It is a market via OTC where dealings can be done as long as there are buyers and sellers, thus breaking through the limitation of space and time.

FX Market

    FX Market Participants

  • Participants in the inter-bank FX market are mostly large banks and brokers. They trade by means of cross quotation and free conclusion of business. Main players in the customer FX market, on the other hand, are enterprise legal persons, institutional investors and hedge funds.

    Factors Affecting FX Fluctuation

  • As shown in the Figure, there exist many factors, mainly political and economic factors, which affect FX fluctuation. Sometimes, even a breaking news or a speech by some national personage is likely to cause FX fluctuation.

CFD Trading

What is CFD

Foreign exchange, FX or Forex for short, is a professional operation in which currency of one country is converted to that of another to discharge international debtor-creditor relationship. This market is gaining more and more attention in recent years and has developed into the world’s largest financial market with an average turnover of over USD3 trillion per day. The figure is several times of the trading volume of global stock market. Because of time difference and different geographical positions of global financial centers, from Sydney to Tokyo, London and New York, the Asian, European and American markets make a 24-hour running global foreign exchange market. The market never stops trading except on Saturdays, Sundays or major holidays. Unlike stock trading and futures trading, which are through centralized exchanges, FX/Forex is made via electronic network without a unified market. However, the network of foreign exchange trading is global. The market is connected by a commonly accepted method and advanced information system. It is a market via OTC where dealings can be done as long as there are buyers and sellers, thus breaking through the limitation of space and time.

About Commodity CFD

Commodities CFD is the trading of Contract for Difference(CFD) based on the commodities like gold, silver and other material. With no actual property of investment, you can trade with liquidating only the difference of the price. "Commodity" has a wide range of investments, including gold, silver and other precious metals, copper and other non-ferrous minerals, crude oil and other energy as well as wheat, soybeans,corn and other crops. These products have widely transaction in the commodity exchanges over the world. As the concern has risen to the limited resource, the size of the transactions has been expanding every year. Moreover, commodities such as gold and crude oil are reported by the news frecuently, and can be said that it is easily establish the investment strategy that suited you after understanding the variation factor of the price change.

About Securities CFD

Securities CFD can be further divided into spot stock CFD, stock index CFD and securities index futures CFD. Our CFDs, all with stock index futures as underlying assets, is securities index futures CFD. Like futures trading on exchanges, securities index futures CFD trading also has an expiry date. Also with no actual property of investment, you only trade with liquidating the difference of the price.

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