I have seen many people my age (18) talking about Forex and using Forex as a means to “get rich”. Personally I’ve done my research to know it’s not for me, and shouldn’t be used like that. But what about you all? What are your opinions? Anything to say to someone who is in too deep in Forex Trading?
not PAWS P4 - The foreign exchange market (Forex, FX, or currency market) is a global decentralized or over-the-counter (OTC) market for the trading of currencies.
it was a fine day in gods green heaven when all of a sudden god was overthrown in a god war and replaced with four (from bfb) and his waifu x (also from bfb) four: it is such a great day to overthrow the natural order in such a fine sunday afternoon x: yes, yes it does but because god was overthrown, that means that whatever god had put in place was now also dead. the minecraft nether suddenly froze over, freeing cake from his eternal torment, and allowing him to return to the surface world to wreak havoc meanwhile, the 18 naked cowboys in the showers at ram ranch realize that something was up because cowboys just have that sense, just like the sense they have when one of their cattle disappears. its a spidey sense of sorts meanwhile spierman was swinging around in new york when he crashed into a building mid-swing and died, he was later found dead in miami cake finally got back to the surface realm, exiting through the grand canyon (located in arizona, which everyone knows is the gateway to heck) and does an evil laugh cake: ha. ha. ha. i am now here to seek my revenge upon the living and destroy all mortals and gods, the world shall bow to me and become my oyster, and then i will marry needle and she will be my waifu again ahahah immediately the ram ranch cowboys discovered that cake had freed himself from his prison and rode through the desert to stop him, their bulging pecs managed to reflect most of the death rays cake shot out of his eyes (because he can do that now because hes super evil) but 18 cowboys simply wasnt enough, and one by one they all fell cake: ahahah, you can do nothing to top me now, i am now the vessel of the devil and herobrine and freddy and bonnie and chica and foxy and hezbollah hotel and they now all bow to me, you shall all pay for sins meanwhile, in the god realm, the effects of the powers of heck being unleashed upon the surface realm finally seep into heaven, causing the squabbles of petty men to reach the gods x: im leaving you four!!!! four: what but why x: two is a way hotter host and he has a BRITISH ACCENT!!! four: i thought you liked my accent x: ITS DUMB!!! four: x no dont leave me :((( but x did anyway and went to two and they lived happily in a mansion of clouds four: wait if x ends up with two, then who do i end up with? four ended up with donut instead, imprisoning him into having to deal with the squabbles of mere men all seems to be lost... but a ray of hope still shines on THE END (of this chapter, the next one is the thrilling conclusion!!!)
Me and couple of my friends made a breakdown of what AP Class you should take and why. This does not cover all but will cover a good amount to give a good idea to you guys. AP Calculus AB - This class is a course for one semester of College Calculus. If you are in a position where you have taken Pre-Calculus but knows that you are not the strongest at math, then go for it. This class is pretty slow paced. This is best for non-STEM majors. AP Calculus BC - This class is a course worth two semesters of College Calculus. This class is basically Calc AB + 2 Units. If you are going to be a STEM major or is confident with your math skills, then this is best suited for you. AP Statistics - This class is not very difficult, as the knowledge you really need in this class is up to Algebra 2. This class is calculator and writing/analysis heavy however, the concepts are simple and as long as you know the formulas and calculate basically probability, and write conclusions, this is a good choice. Also recommended for both non-STEM and STEM Majors. AP U.S. Government and Politics - This class is about the history of the government structures of our country and court cases that shape our current politics. Although easy to self-study, you should be able to write an FRQ well and analyze important documents and court cases. This year's test had many mixed results, so don't think this class is SUPER easy. It's not the most difficult, but can be challenging. AP Macroeconomics - If you have never taken a class related to economics, it may be a struggle in the beginning. However, once you learn about the basic fundamentals and principles of economics, it is not too bad. Macroeconomics is the study of the whole economic market, compared to individual stores and market of Microeconomics. You will learn about Supply and Demand and so much more. You will need to learn how to use and draw graphs and change the graphs given a different situations. It's not super difficult if you study, but the foreign exchange market (Forex market) might be the most challenging. AP English Language and Composition - This class is basically ACT or SAT Grammar sections. If you are good at grammar and are solid at writing analytical essays, this could be your class. But remember that fire-ass sounding essays does not equal a 4 or a 5. You must follow the CollegeBoard's rubric. AP Environmental Science - One of the easier classes to self-study and is about the ecology and health of our globe. It focuses about global climate change and factors, habitats, and so much more. If you're into environmental policies or climate change around the world, this is a class for you. AP Psychology - This class can also be self studied. It's all term based and if you can memorize vocab very well and know how to apply them in a FRQ (on the AP Test), you will get a 4/5. AP Computer Science A - This class is about Java Programming. A good class if interested in majoring in CS or related majors in college. If you have taken APCSP or have prior coding knowledge, you should take it. If not, but is interested, suggested to look on free tutorials on youtube. It is JAVA programming, not JS. AP Japanese/Chinese Language and Culture - Not gonna lie if you're not fluent or study a lot you're gonna be in a big disadvantage compared to fluent people. Knowing how to write characters, read characters, speak properly, and use of correct grammar is key. This is difficult, but practice can definitely help. AP Music Theory - If you have been playing an instrument for many years and know the note structures, scales, and other musical theory components, you should take this class. AP US History - If you are interested in the history of our country, this is a class for you. However, there are many things covered in this class, many different periods of time. If you are a solid DBQ writer and are looking into major in History, this is a class for you. However, I heard this class is article and textbook reading heavy. Tbh all classes can be self-studied but the best APs to self study up on the list are: - AP Calculus AB (BC if taken AB prior) - AP Statistics - AP U.S. Government and Politics - AP Environmental Science - AP Psychology - AP Japanese / Chinese Language and Culture (If fluent don't study lol) There is more we have but for now this should be good. :) PM if questions.
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What is the foreign exchange market?Foreign exchange market (FOREx market) refers to the place or network where foreign exchange transactions take place.Mainly between local currency and foreign currency, foreign exchange transactions between different currencies.The foreign exchange market can be divided into two parts, namely the inter-bank foreign exchange market and the retail foreign exchange market.Interbank foreign exchange market can also be acquired as an inter-bank wholesale foreign exchange market, which is the uppermost market in foreign exchange transactions and the market for foreign exchange transactions among Banks, forming a relatively centralized foreign exchange market.In the interbank market, there is no such thing as margin trading.Retail forex market refers to the market between forex trading institutions and their clients. The most basic class in this market is individual traders, characterized by wide and dispersed distribution. The modern international foreign exchange market is generally distributed in major cities in the world, such as London, New York, Paris, Vertical, Zurich, Wellington, Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong and other world-famous financial centers and foreign exchange centers. The interconnections and influence of these centers form a foreign exchange network covering the whole world.Due to time zones and time differences, such a horizontal global market is almost always open and close one after another, forming a circular 24-hour foreign exchange market.In the global market, the UK, the US, Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan accounted for 77% of the global forex trading volume.At present, China's foreign exchange market is a market system centered on the inter-bank market. In the foreign exchange market, the exchange rate fluctuation refers to the exchange rate of changing currencies. The change in exchange rate is the decrease in the value of one currency and the increase in the value of another currency.A currency does not become a waste of paper, or even a dwindling currency, but it will always represent a certain value, unless the abolition of the currency is declared.You've had negative interest rates, you've had a plunge in stocks, you've had zero futures, you've had real estate, you've had a question mark as an investment hedge, and in many cases rents may not be worth the mortgage index.For domestic investors, the currency market is the most "clean" speculative market with little risk but great opportunity. Investors need not bother in the performance of each stock, futures long-short don't have to worry about both sides of the insider trading, daily turnover of huge, make any also does not have the dealer's courage, soros, buffett can learn about the information, as well as ordinary investors can learn, global investors and speculators are in the same time looking at the same price and graphics, several thousands of marketmakers network trading platform and the world millions of investors and speculators have together.
A long story and lesson about trusting people and managing expectations
So I'm not sure I'd you guys will enjoy this story or if it will just be removed but I currently need to vent because well this happened. And I've lost alot of faith in people. If you don't feel like reading the whole thing I tried to put a TL;DR in each paragraph. Trading- So to kindof preface the story, I am a young guy that is very interested in all things finance such as investing/trading. Because of this I got involved into the Foreign Exchange market(Forex) at the beginning of 2016 and I got very lucky going from $200 to ~$15,000 in 6 months and then unluckily went from ~$15,000 to $0 in less than a minute. So while I was trading this I still worked my normal job(military) and at this job people knew I was trading and doing quite well, they'd frequently ask where I'm at with my trading. So when I lost everything I still thought I will trade again but I'll wait until the new year of 2017. -TL;DR- 2016- Young, like finance, made alot of money, lost all of it and plan to try again. First half of 2017- So during my trading in 2016 I had offered to alot of people at work that I would teach them or show them how to trade. At the time I really just wanted to have someone at work to talk about trading because all I really had was Reddit for Forex talk. So in 2017 I start up again and one of the Civilians I work with decides he wants to join me in trading (most military jobs have civilian slots where they do basically the same thing but get paid 2-3x more, in this case retired mil now civilian). So I help him get setup very excitedly because I finally have someone to talk about trading with he also says he will put in ~$200 to start with as well. So I think oh awesome I can teach you better since our accounts will be the same, so I trade by myself talking to let's call him Civ about trading consistently for about 3-4 weeks. One day suddenly Civ says "hey I put money into my account what are we trading today?" So obviously I'm like "awesome today I'm gonna trade this pair and I think it's a good setup" Civ says OK I put a trade in. So I go about my day and I don't see him until around the end of the day and our trade did go well, I had made about $45 on my at the time $130 account so I'm pretty happy at this point. So I see Civ and he's like super happy and this was our conversation Civ- "wow that was a good trade man" Me-"Yeah pretty good return for a day" Civ- "So how much did you make today?" Me- "I made $45 so like 40ish% pretty sweet" Civ- "man I made a little over $70,000" yes that is $70,000 Me- "....What the fuck? But how?" Civ- "well I kindof put in close to $75,000!" Me- "but even if you scaled up how did you make almost 100%?" Civ- "well I kindof just put in a trade as if I had $200,000 in the account, and then I did another one" So at this point I'm just completely blown away that he just made double what I make in a year in under 8 hours, but after the complete shock and awe wears off I'm legitimately happy for him because I helped in the trade but it definitely made my $45 feel like nothing. So to speed this story up what I just said above actually happens about 3 more times to the point where he makes over $140,000 thanks to the trades that I let him know about. But eventually I start to seriously resent him cause his true character starts to show in a series of events. First he starts to claim the trades were all his idea never even giving me credit, second he never even thanks me for helping him make 4 times as much as I get a year. Third he Basicly tries to rub it in my face a few times throughout this mess saying things like "you should put more money in so you can make more" or "just put half you paycheck in" which is pretty much impossible considering I'm a young E3 at the time and I don't have just money to blow. And fourth he tries to throw me under the bus multiple times for things I didn't do at work. Now here comes in Dirtbags 1 and 2 these two are the worst enlisted personnel I've ever seen but are basically protected by Civ he always stands up for them to higher ups and keeps them from getting in trouble by blaming others for there mistakes and they know this(They will be important later on). There is alot of icing on the cake as far as these 3 but I'm not gonna make this story any longer than it has to be. TL;DR- Help Civ make shitloads of money, Civ shits on me and starts a Sortof witch hunt after me, no longer trade with Civ. Civ in a nutshell- now this Summary of who Civ is isn't really important to the story(skip if ud like) but I felt a need to explain this guy so that people have an understanding of who I'm dealing with. Civ is Basicly a true narcissist he encompasses every meaning of the word. At work he chooses favourites and actively tries to ruin the careers of everyone that isn't his favourite and he's one of those people that laughs about everything he says, he does this so that he can decide based on your reaction if he wants it to be a joke or be serious since every "joke" is in a somewhat demeaning tone. He knows nothing about saving or investing in fact he actually gambles everyday via online poker or fantasy football, during football season hes openly said he gambles over $500 a day since he "wins quite frequently". He's a 45 year old man with a family and kids but he expects invites too all the house parties that people at work have and if he doesn't he has a legitimate hissy fit where I've seen him actually curse people out about how he will no longer invite anyone else to do anything with him(he doesn't do anything tho). He tries to be the guy at work thats "just so cool you gotta be friends with him" but there's a few of us who see straight through his lies and BS. TL;DR- Civ=Narcissistic man child with a gambling problem. Second half of 2017- So I no longer really talk to Civ we talk work related stuff here and there at this point I know he's very two faced and selfish so I avoid him because I can see straight through it. In around July we have a conversation about the up and coming Crypto currencies I tell him I don't really have any idea how to judge if they will keep going up or not. Supposedly Civ buys 0.30-0.40 a Bitcoin(BTC) not sure the price he got it at. Around this time he was pestering me for trades everyday which at this point I'd lost what I put in so I was no longer trading. But when I'd tell him that he took it personally kindof as if I owe him more trades(wtf right?) So I just basically ignore his asshole tones and go about my day. Around this time Civ gets out of Forex he tells me he withdrew over $240,000. Also tells me he never told his wife he made anything and that she thinks he only has like $2,000 in the account(more signs of a gambling addiction). FAST FORWARD to about 2-3 weeks ago- At this point I really don't care about Civ being ungrateful of all the money I've made him and in my life im getting hardcore into crypto currencies. I see BTC hit an insane high of over $18,000 and I see Civ the next day and ask about the BTC he bought he says he's still got it not paying attention to BTC at all tho so I tell him about it and how it could be a time to get out and get into something else so he says OK and that he will look into it. Next day Civ says hey I got out what should I do with it I want to keep it in Crypto, so I tell him about Litecoin and how it's cheaper and promising so he buys 55 Litecoin. (Why am I still helping this guy right? I have no idea) FAST FORWARD to this week- Litecoin explodes to $335 a coin when Civ got in at $90 a coin so he makes about $18,000. I'm pretty happy for him because I called another good investment even tho my little $350 crypto account hardly moved, at this point I don't expect anything from Civ because I expect he's still two faced. This time I actually show him the Litecoin price at work and he's super happy and actually thanks me so I'm like wow that's surprising. But then proceeds to tell co-worker's that he did this on his own (of course). Civ then asks me what he should do now. So at this point I just think well whatever I'm used to this and I'm never getting anything out of this so what's one last investment that I give him gonna hurt right? So I tell Civ about other altcoins on Binance.com and how he needs to get a Binance account to get to them instead of his Currently Coinbase account so he is like okay cool. NOW IT GETS FUCKING INTERESTING- so I tell Civ to get a Binance account and what Coins could be big here soon and he says he will make an account. Remember that Binance has a referral system going on and so I look into it and see that Binance would give me 50% OF WHAT HE DEPOSITS AS A REFERRAL REWARD AND IM FINALLY GONNA GET SOME SORT OF REWARD FOR ALL THE MONEY I'VE HELPED HIM MAKE AND IT WON'T COST HIM ANYTHING. It hits me like a freight train that if he uses my referral code I can get potentially $8,000 into my little coin account. I start to get excited BUT then remember who I'm dealing with so first I sent him my referral code and he says "cool no problem" then I start to think shit what if he forgets to put the code in so I text him again but this time IFU by saying "Hey if you have any questions let me know just don't forget to put in my Referral code cause I get free BTC lol" .....TIFU by showing a narcissist how to fuck someone over....AGAIN. So on the Binance referral page it shows you the first few letters of the person's email that used the referral and how much commission you have made from said person. Civ says he's going to make an account on Binance that night I say OK cool. That night my referral page gets one attached email that doesn't have letters I'm expecting so I'm kindof confused then I remember Civ is a 45 year old Neckbeard gamer so he likely had a wierd email address. No big deal, I see Civ next day at work and ask him how his account setup went (usually takes a few days) he says great and that DIRTBAG #2 also wants to get into crypto so he gave DB2 my referral code. .... Wait a minute the email attached to my account was actually DB2s because the first letters are his Initials of his name no doubt about it. But I don't think this is wierd at the time I carry on through out my week. UNTIL TODAY(Yes an actual TIFU) I see Civ at work (this is three days after he was supposed to setup his account and it still hasn't popped up on my referral list) and he says "I'm actually gonna not put money in to anything without doing research" this to me is wierd because for the last year he's made over $155,000 by literally doing no research and just listening to me. So I say cool whatever good idea. Meanwhile I'm also weirded out by how DB2 has not talked to me about crypto at all since using my referral code and he's been in this extremely happy mood lately so I'm like wtf is going on? Since I had taught DB2 Forex less than a year ago and he had the IQ of a house fly this strikes me as extremely odd compared to when I taught him last he wouldn't stop asking questions. BUT THEN IT HIT ME today when I got home I checked my referrals again because I was still pretty excited for $8,000 and how much it will help me and my wife with Christmas this year and then seeing that he hasn't popped up on the referral list it dawned on me. When I exposed that I would get free BTC to Civ he took it upon himself to have DB2 create an account on Binance and use my referral code so that I would think this was Civ meanwhile Civ put in DB2s referral code giving DB2 $8,000 and then he proceeds to lie to me. Going into investigative mode after calming down from an absolute rage I text DB2 knowing he literally knows Zero about crypto and my hypothesis being very very plausible I go to the weakest link directly and that's the low IQ DB2 and I start to talk to him about crypto first he says he has a Binance account with a bit of coins so I ask him what's next and he tells me he needs to get a coinbase account...... Which is Basicly the only way to put money into crypto so I ask him how he put money in before if he wasn't using coinbase and he says "I think it was Coinable.com" So I continue the conversation about crypto trying to get more of a clue of what Coins he owns he of course lists the exact list I gave Civ earlier that week . At this point I'm about 98% sure my hypothesis is correct and that I work with two of the most narcissistic people I've ever met. BUT THEN I get confirmation in the form of DB2 Being so clueless about crypto because he explains that he has "about 0.23 of BTC" which is roughly $4,000 which I know DB2 Does not have due to the fact that he recently totaled his 4th car this year. So Civ had DB2 create an account on Binance in order to give DB2 $8,000 in free money and to avoid giving me a single dime even tho I'm the one that's helped him make over $155,000 this year and then continues to lie to me thinking that I'm to stupid to figure this out. This is the single most fucked up thing I've ever personally seen happen to someone, and of course that someone is myself. Also to clarify the $8,000 does not come out of Civs pocket it comes out of Binances pocket as a thank you to getting people on their site so literally wouldn't cost Civ a dime. TL;DR(FULL) I help a narcissistic piece of shit make over $155,000 in a year and he avoids giving me anything in return at all at all costs. Now myself personally I made the mistake of putting myself in Civs shoes, you have a 21 year old guy at work that helps you make over a years salary and so I thought oh I'd totally being super appreciative and buy him lunch or maybe dgive him less than 1% of what he just earned you but this is where I really fucked up. In starting to put myself in his shoes I started to just completely resent Civ and everything about him because I started to feel like I deserve something. In the Forex community there are people who will trade your money for you or give you signals and those people can make lots of money either % returns of each trade or $ amounts for each signal. Looking back I shouldof come up with a Sortof contract after that first trade with Civ but at the time I didn't know what kindof person he really was. I'm posting it here because it's kindof a lesson I've now learned on not to trust people to be decent to you in return when it comes to investing/trading I've learned that as you guys have probably seen or know about how certain people get extremely inflated ego when it comes to trading/investing. And if your ever in a situation where you could make someone alot of money just do yourself a favour and draft a small document of how that person should give you about 10% of what they make. That alone should tell you what you need to know about the person is how they react to signing a contract like that. Take it from a practically broke Enlisted member who just made a well off guy way more cushioned.
https://preview.redd.it/q8x83mp71aj11.jpg?width=1200&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=aa6b3e01505cba4dac4671f620490c20c649649e The foreign exchange market (Forex, FX, or currency market) is a global decentralized or over-the-counter (OTC) market for the trading of currencies. This market determines the foreign exchange rate. It includes all aspects of buying, selling and exchanging currencies at current or determined prices. In terms of trading volume, it is by far the largest market in the world, followed by the Credit market. The currency market is considered to be the largest financial market with over $5 trillion in daily transactions, which is more than the futures and equity markets combined.
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In relation to the FX industry, one of the main ways in which blockchain will have an impact is in terms of decentralisation. As blockchain is a reliable, permanent way to recorded information – be that transactions, currency prices, or anything else – it offers the FX industry the unique opportunity to decentralise record keeping and increase the availability of the information being stored. As well as giving more power to smaller traders and startups, this is giving individuals and companies the ability to exchange money peer to peer rather than going through central banks, something that could really change the way the industry operates. As blockchain grows, it’s likely that the technology will be adopted by central banks and other major financial institutions. This will help to make the FX industry more efficient and more open and will change the way companies, banks and individuals trade currency for good. With new innovations happening every day, the future of blockchain is more exciting than ever. Project Details Bitcointalk ANN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3851151 Website: https://fxpay.io/
Many people do not realise how important a financial market is. A financial market can be defined as any marketplace where people trade assets such as currencies, commodities, stocks and bonds. A financial market can be domestic or international. The diagram below depicts the simplified function of a financial market. Building societies or banks such as NYSE, Commonwealth Bank, HSBC, ANZ and IMB bring two parties of people together. On the left, we have investors or lenders. These are the people who are willing to lend their money for a promised rate of return. On the other side, there are the borrowers. These are companies and government bodies who are looking for money to fund their projects to operate and grow. A financial market enables the flow of funds between the borrowers and lenders to the buyers and sellers. https://stewardshipfinanceacademy.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/financial-market-1.jpg There are always costs for borrowers such as dividends or interest which are given to the lenders. As for the bank or building society, they will simply make profit from the transaction fees. Some of the banks charge commissions from both parties. A financial market facilitates the trading of different securities. Some of the common financial markets are the money market, capital market, foreign exchange market (Forex market) and commodities market. https://stewardshipfinanceacademy.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/financial-market-2.png Money Market The money markets are where the short-term, high-quality debt securities less than a year old maturity are traded. We can see this as low the risk investment but the return is low at the same time. Examples of money markets are treasury bills, commercial paper and certificates of deposit. Capital Market Capital markets are where the long term securities are traded. We can find stocks and long-term debt securities such as bonds in capital markets. Equity markets are where companies sell their shares to raise funds. Companies can also choose to raise debts in the form of bonds. Unlike the money market, capital markets have a higher return, but also have a higher risk. Foreign Exchange Market (Forex Market) Forex is an international market where currencies are traded. The market opens 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. It is the largest market in the world with more than $1.9 trillion worth of trading transactions each day. The dynamic and high liquidity nature of Forex attracts many traders from around the world. Forex trading involves buying one currency while selling another to make a profit. The transactions are speculative where there are no real money notes involved. Commodity Market One of the popular ways to invest in the commodities market is through futures contracts. Each commodity is bought and sold in particular unit size. There are two types of commodities - hard and soft. Examples of hard commodities are metals, oils, natural gasoline, gold and silver. Examples of soft commodities are livestock or agriculture, including beef, pork, coffee and wheat. In conclusion, a financial market is a structure which enables the flow of funds. Financial markets play an important role in facilitating the raising of capital, connecting businesses and the investors who hold the funds. Financial markets also provide the service for risk transferring in derivative markets. Financial markets are where the investors liquidate their investments and turn their equities into cash. Forex markets make trading among different nations possible. The health of an economy can be affected by the financial market as there is a strong connection between the financial market development and economic growth. Without a well-developed financial market, it may cost more to raise capital and lower the return of saving. credit:stewardshipfinanceacademy.com.au
Tickmill, Gold to Bitcoin A quick press release announced excitedly the company’s venturing into bitcoin, “one of the world’s most popular cryptocurrencies has joined our growing list of trading instruments.” Tickmill is best known for its contract for difference (CFD) derivative trading in precious metals, allowing long and short position advantage without owning shares proper. It trades on the decentralized, global OTC foreign exchange market (Forex), which dwarfs all other markets in terms of volume. UK’s Tickmill Adds Bitcoin to its Forex PlatformTraders in the United States are forbidden by law from OTC products, which include CFDs and even retail investing. Due to using MetaTrader4, a standard in the industry, Tickmill’s Forex platform is available across devices and operating systems for investors, from Windows to Apple to Android.
I live in USA and I believe the Iranian Rial is due for a huge comeback. And I wanted to know if there was a legal way to invest in the Rial (IRR) through the Foreign Exchange Market (Forex) or any other medium. I'm not too familiar with this subject and any help would be highly appreciated.
I live in USA and I believe the Iranian Rial is due for a huge comeback. And I wanted to know if there was a legal way to invest in the Rial (IRR) through the Foreign Exchange Market (Forex) or any other medium. I'm not too familiar with this subject and any help would be highly appreciated.
The foreign exchange market (forex, FX, or currency market) is a worldwide decentralized market for trading currencies. The major players in this market are the major global banks. Financial centers around the world function as anchors of trading between a wide range emits several types of buyers and sellers all day, except weekends. The foreign exchange market determines the relative values of different currencies. What Is Foreign Exchange Trading The foreign exchange market operates through financial institutions, and it works on several levels. Backstage Banks turn to a small number of financial institutions called "agents" who actively participate in large amounts of foreign exchange. Most traders are banks, although this market behind the scene is sometimes called the "interbank market", although some financial insurance and other companies involved. Transactions between agents of change can be very large, including hundreds of millions of dollars. Because the issue of sovereignty when two currencies involved, Forex has little (or no) supervisory body regulate their actions. Example: A popular pair that is widely marketed is the EUR / USD. The EUR / USD pair is the European dollar, also known as the EURO and USD, which is the U.S. dollar. When the euro becomes worth more money in dollars, the torque increases, when it becomes a lower value of money in dollars, the fall in the value of par. Full info here>> http://zvezdageek.com/what-is-foreign-exchange-trading/
What Ron Paul's Libertarian Push Implies for the United States Economy
So you're convinced that Ron Paul is the best man for the job? Before you put all your chips in, consider whether or not the United States economy is ready for his extremism. Austerity: This is a familiar word for many. We hear it on the news and in the radio describing the situation in Greece. But what is it, exactly? In short, austerity is like nasty medicine: you do not want it because it is a long and unpleasant experience, but you know you need because it will make you better. Austerity is tough, suck-it-up reform that nations cannot avoid when they dig deep ditches of debt. The massive overhaul of the market under Ron Paul's ideal would likely kick the U.S. into depression; and the rest of the world would follow. Decommision of the Federal Reserve System and Monetary Policy Edge: Central banking allows nations to inflate their way out of the nation's deficit at the expense of soverign debt holders, allowing the citizens of the economy to get a break from draconian taxation policies. Abandoning the Federal Reserve System would eliminate this option. On top of that, the U.S. would lose the day-to-day ability to control interest rates to engineer a soft landing in the face of potential depression, and to spur economic growth during recessions. Deregulation of U.S. Banks: Ron Paul wants free markets, but the times have changed. Big banks are taking up large risks in their investment portfolios with the use of derivatives to turn over huge profits. I do not need to explain how important it is that "ambition must be made to counter ambition" (Madison, The Federalist #51). If we take a look at Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, AIG, and other U.S. multinational banks from 2007-2009, we will immediately understand the dangers of unregulated risk-on, risk-off. And what do we make of JPMorgan's $2 billion+ loss this year? Do we let these banks fall so that Ron Paul's free market ideals can persist? Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, and AIG brought the world to its knees in the last housing crisis. Grant them and their friends a ticket to free and unregulated market behavior and they will make Greece's soverign debt troubles look like a little girl's birthday party. Elimination of Protectionist Tariffs: The U.S. services more and manufactures less than before. Its steel and car industries struggle even with all the protectionist tariffs and government subsidies; they would not survive otherwise. A more free market is one that would make the US heavily reliant on other nations for basic materials and metals; and that, as a matter of national security and bartering leverage, is not a good idea. And we cannot trust other nations to follow our safe conviction in a free market without protective tariffs. Transformation of the Public Education System: And by transformation, I mean the complete dismantling of public education. Paul's extreme leftist stance calls for privatized, for-profit K-12 education; so say sayonara to free public elementary school education and pay for your child's education out of your own pocket. Also bid farewell to federal aid and student loans, because he does not believe in the government's role in funding the public's education. Return to Precious Metals Currency While Ron Paul has become ambiguous on this stance, his endorsements of ending taxes on metals imply that the market would choose precious metals as the commodity to back up the U.S. currency. The gold standard made sense in the past when trading countries had to look at what universal commodity they would accept in exchange for goods and services. Gold was a great choice because its rarity was the covet of upper class citizens with the disposable income to purchase it. Everyone wanted gold; but now, everyone wants the US dollar. Why blindly complain that the USD is losing value, when 73% of all currency trades involve the USD? The USD is still a major player in the currency exchanges and is considered a safe haven in the context of a slowing China and a troubling Europe. And with a live, 24/7 online Foreign Exchange Market (FOREX) to trade different currencies and to track the exchange rates between nations, there is no need for gold to be standard. In fact, because of the quick and efficient nature of digital trades, it becomes slow and impractical to exchange gold.
The forex market is fast, exciting, and potentially lucrative if you know what you're doing. This hands-on, user-friendly guide shows you how the foreign exchange market works, who the players are, what influences currency values, how to interpret data and events, and what you need to know to deve
What Ron Paul's Libertarian Push Implies for the United States Economy
So you're convinced that Ron Paul is the best man for the job? Before you put all your chips in, consider whether or not the United States economy is ready for his extremism. Austerity: This is a familiar word for many. We hear it on the news and in the radio describing the situation in Greece. But what is it, exactly? In short, austerity is like nasty medicine: you do not want it because it is a long and unpleasant experience, but you know you need because it will make you better. Austerity is tough, suck-it-up reform that nations cannot avoid when they dig deep ditches of debt. The massive overhaul of the market under Ron Paul's ideal would likely kick the U.S. into depression; and the rest of the world would follow. Decommision of the Federal Reserve System and Monetary Policy Edge: Central banking allows nations to inflate their way out of the nation's deficit at the expense of soverign debt holders, allowing the citizens of the economy to get a break from draconian taxation policies. Abandoning the Federal Reserve System would eliminate this option. On top of that, the U.S. would lose the day-to-day ability to control interest rates to engineer a soft landing in the face of potential depression, and to spur economic growth during recessions. Deregulation of U.S. Banks: Ron Paul wants free markets, but the times have changed. Big banks are taking up large risks in their investment portfolios with the use of derivatives to turn over huge profits. I do not need to explain how important it is that "ambition must be made to counter ambition" (Madison, The Federalist #51). If we take a look at Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, AIG, and other U.S. multinational banks from 2007-2009, we will immediately understand the dangers of unregulated risk-on, risk-off. And what do we make of JPMorgan's $2 billion+ loss this year? Do we let these banks fall so that Ron Paul's free market ideals can persist? Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, and AIG brought the world to its knees in the last housing crisis. Grant them and their friends a ticket to free and unregulated market behavior and they will make Greece's soverign debt troubles look like a little girl's birthday party. Elimination of Protectionist Tariffs: The U.S. services more and manufactures less than before. Its steel and car industries struggle even with all the protectionist tariffs and government subsidies; they would not survive otherwise. A more free market is one that would make the US heavily reliant on other nations for basic materials and **metals; and that, as a matter of national security and bartering leverage, is not a good idea. And we cannot trust other nations to follow our safe conviction in a free market without protective tariffs. Transformation of the Public Education System: And by transformation, I mean the complete dismantling of public education. Paul's extreme leftist stance calls for privatized, for-profit K-12 education; so say sayonara to free public elementary school education and pay for your child's education out of your own pocket. Also bid farewell to federal aid and student loans, because he does not believe in the government's role in funding the public's education. Return to Precious Metals Currency: While Ron Paul has become ambiguous on this stance, his endorsements of ending taxes on metals imply that the market would choose precious metals as the commodity to back up the U.S. currency. The gold standard made sense in the past when trading countries had to look at what universal commodity they would accept in exchange for goods and services. Gold was a great choice because its rarity was the covet of upper class citizens with the disposable income to purchase it. Everyone wanted gold; but now, everyone wants the US dollar. Why blindly complain that the USD is losing value, when 73% of all currency trades involve the USD? The USD is still a major player in the currency exchanges and is considered a safe haven in the context of a slowing China and a troubling Europe. And with a live, 24/7 online Foreign Exchange Market (FOREX) to trade different currencies and to track the exchange rates between nations, there is no need for gold to be standard. In fact, because of the quick and efficient nature of digital trades, it becomes slow and impractical to exchange gold.
Citigroup Inc, one of the top three banks in the Forex exchange market, has announced it would sever its ties with two-third of foreign exchange platforms. This will be a significant blow for FX traders and businesses that are now known as liquid aggregators
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