With daily revenue of USD 4 billion, the Forex market (Foreign Exchange Market) is the biggest financial market in the world. Like every other transaction, a Forex transaction consists of a service and a counter service. As a result, currency rates are always shown in pairs (e.g. EUR/USD). E.g. for one Euro,1.3456 USD must be paid. Exchange rates are generally shown up to the fourth or fifth decimal place. In Forex trading the smallest unit is a so-called pip. Segregated funds means that they are keeping clients funds Segregated” away in a safe bank completely separately to all the company funds and not actually using them for other purposes they should not be; such as joining them with their own brokers funds and then sending them overseas as part of hedging.
FXCharger EA is an automatic Forex system that runs on MetaTrader 4 platform. Our EA was designed to open trades every day. Takeprofit of each order is always unique, the EA adjusts it to the current situation in the Market. The system calculates Takeprofit in such a way, so that it could close a trade in profit. That is why our EA always trades in profit, but at the same time it does not leave orders in the Market for a long time. Usually orders are closed within 1-4 days. Also, each trade has Stoploss and it is calculated by a special technology. This technology will not allow you to lose more money than you have specified in the settings of the EA, even if the system crashes. Because the Stoploss limits drawdowns, your account is safe even if you lose internet connection or MetaTrader 4 terminal turns off. We took care about the protection of your account!
One currency can be purchased by another currency through banking institutions or on the open market. The volumes of currencies traded are increased and decreased depending on the attractiveness of any particular currency, which depends on a multitude of factors such as political stability, economic strength, government debt and fiscal policy among others.
Between 2003 and the end of 2004, the AUD/USD currency pair offered a positive yield spread of 2.5%. Although this may seem very small, the return would become 25% with the use of 10:1 leverage. During that same time, the Australian dollar also rallied from 56 cents to close at ...