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what is Forex? How can I open an account? dubai forex

what is Forex? How can I open an account? dubai forex
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What is Forex? Forex, also known as foreign exchange, FX or currency trading, is a decentralized global market where all the world's currencies trade. The forex market is the largest, most liquid market in the world with an average daily trading volume exceeding $5 trillion.
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There is no central exchange as it trades over the counter. Forex trading allows you to buy and sell currencies, similar to stock trading except you can do it 24 hours a day, five days a week, you have access to margin trading, and you gain exposure to international markets. For a more in-depth introduction to the forex market, get FXCM's New to Forex Trading Guide.
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Learning to trade in a new market is like learning to speak a new language. It's easier when you have a good vocabulary and understand some basic ideas and concepts. So let's start with the basics of forex trading.
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WHAT AM I DOING WHEN I TRADE FOREX? Forex is a commonly used abbreviation for "foreign exchange", and it is typically used to describe trading in the foreign exchange market by investors and speculators.
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Imagine a situation where the U.S. dollar is expected to weaken in value relative to the euro. A forex trader in this situation will sell dollars and buy euros. If the euro strengthens, the purchasing power to buy dollars has now increased. The trader can now buy back more dollars than they had to begin with, making a profit.
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This is similar to stock trading. Stock traders will buy a stock if they think its price will rise in the future and sell a stock if they think its price will fall in the future. Similarly, forex traders will buy a currency pair if they expect its exchange rate will rise in the future and sell a currency pair if they expect its exchange rate will fall in the future.
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FOREX TRANSACTION: IT'S ALL IN THE EXCHANGE If you've ever traveled overseas, you've made a forex transaction. Take a trip to France and you convert your dollars into euros. When you do this, the exchange rate between the two currencies—based on supply and demand-determines how many euros you get for your dollars. And the exchange rate fluctuates continuously. A single dollar on Monday could get you .70 euros. On Tuesday, .69 euros.
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This tiny change may not seem like a big deal. But think of it on a bigger scale. A large international company may need to pay overseas employees. Imagine what that could do to the bottom line if, like in the example above, simply exchanging one currency for another costs you more depending on when you do it? These few pennies add up quickly. In both cases, you—as a traveler or a business owner—may want to hold your money until the exchange rate is more favorable.
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WHAT IS AN EXCHANGE RATE? The foreign exchange market is a global decentralized marketplace that determines the relative values of different currencies. Unlike other markets, there is no centralized depository or exchange where transactions are conducted.
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Instead, these transactions are conducted by several market participants in several locations. It is rare that any two currencies will be identical to one another in value, and it's also rare that any two currencies will maintain the same relative value for more than a short period of time. In forex, the exchange rate between two currencies constantly changes.
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For example, on January 3, 2011, one euro was worth about $1.33. By May 3, 2011, one euro was worth about $1.48. The euro increased in value by about 10% relative to the U.S. dollar during this time.
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WHY DO EXCHANGE RATES CHANGE? Currencies trade on an open market, just like stocks, bonds, computers, cars and many other goods and services. A currency's value fluctuates as its supply and demand fluctuates, just like anything else.
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FOREX NEVER SLEEPS Trading goes on all around the world during different countries' business hours. You can, therefore, trade major currencies at any time, 24 hours per day, five days per week. Since there are no set exchange hours, it means that there is also something happening at almost any time of the day or night
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GO LONG OR SHORT Unlike many other financial markets, where it can be difficult to sell short, there are no limitations on shorting currencies subject to available liquidity. If you think a currency will go up, buy it. If you think it will fall, sell it. This means there is no such thing as a "bear market" in forex—you can make (or lose) money any time.
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LOW TRADING COST FXCM's Standard accounts are made up of low, competitive commissions and super-tight spreads. You trade the direct quotes from our liquidity providers with no hidden markups. For beginners, FXCM also offers a Mini account with all-inclusive spreads.
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INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE As the world becomes more and more global, investors hunt for opportunities anywhere they can. If you want to take a broad opinion and invest in another country (or sell it short!), forex is a way to gain exposure while avoiding vagaries such as foreign securities laws and financial statements in other languages.
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Dubai forex trading scheme Department of Economic Development orders Exential Group to stop trading following complaints
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The Dubai government has shut down a foreign exchange trading firm in Dubai pending further investigations. Officials from the Department of Economic Development (DED) closed the offices of Exential Group in Dubai Media City last week and ordered it to cease trading. The DED’s action followed complaints made by Exential’s customers, who claim they have yet to receive returns owed to them for several months. The company allegedly told investors it could more than double their investments from forex trading. On its website, it says it requires a minimum investment of $25,000.
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Dubai and Middle East – the new Forex hub? FXCM opens a branch in Dubai and 30% of ACM's volume accounts for Middle Eastern customers, together with the stringent
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With FXCM opening a local branch and being registered by the local regulator (DMCC) and AC-Markets announcing that 30% of their volume was generated by Middle Eastern customers – does it finally signal a major focus shift of large brokers to this massive and unexploited market?
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However, comments posted in a Facebook group purporting to have been set up by disgruntled Exential clients suggest that investors who have tried to close their accounts have been waiting for funds due for almost a year. Some people in the group claim to have invested their life savings – in some cases as much as $50,000 – in multiple Exential accounts.
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Behind the industry curtains I hear a lot of talk regarding Dubai being the prime location for emerging Forex brokers. I’m not fully aware of the benefits but from what I know there is a very bening Forex climate for the establishment of Forex business in Dubai itself.

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