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mlawson71

Member Since Dec 11, 2015  1487 posts mlawson71 Jan 21 2018 at 15:15 (edited Jan 21 2018 at 15:15 )
Most major currencies are relatively stable. Of course, there are exceptions sometimes: the GBP and CHF immediately come to mind due to BREXIT and the Swiss Bank shenanigans back in 2015.

FernandoUgho

Member Since Jan 29, 2018  9 posts Fernando (FernandoUgho) Jan 29 2018 at 13:22
It is necessary to watch the news and track down possible changes in the economy. If the trend of the economy of this country is predictable enough, the currency will be more stable. For example, in the United States there is some instability and uncertainty in monetary policy, and in Europe the situation is slightly better. Because of this, we see quite an obvious trend with options for reversal due to the instability of the dollar.

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  739 posts Adribaasmet Dec 28 2018 at 07:35
mlawson71 posted:
Most major currencies are relatively stable. Of course, there are exceptions sometimes: the GBP and CHF immediately come to mind due to BREXIT and the Swiss Bank shenanigans back in 2015.


Till now I can remember the issue of CHF. Luckily, I was out of the market in that time.

FMovingAverage

Member Since Jul 12, 2018  24 posts Fxekspert eu (FMovingAverage) Apr 01 at 08:03
FernandoUgho posted:
It is necessary to watch the news and track down possible changes in the economy. If the trend of the economy of this country is predictable enough, the currency will be more stable. For example, in the United States there is some instability and uncertainty in monetary policy, and in Europe the situation is slightly better. Because of this, we see quite an obvious trend with options for reversal due to the instability of the dollar.


True, you need perfect timing to be investing in the U.S. dollar.

AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  813 posts AniLorak Apr 01 at 11:02
FMovingAverage posted:
FernandoUgho posted:
It is necessary to watch the news and track down possible changes in the economy. If the trend of the economy of this country is predictable enough, the currency will be more stable. For example, in the United States there is some instability and uncertainty in monetary policy, and in Europe the situation is slightly better. Because of this, we see quite an obvious trend with options for reversal due to the instability of the dollar.


True, you need perfect timing to be investing in the U.S. dollar.


This rule is applicable to all trading pairs; a good entry point is very crucial. In this case, my mainly use support/resistant tools.

Baazex

Member Since Oct 24, 2019  43 posts Baazex Nov 27 at 11:42
Depends upon the risk tolerance of the investor , the capacity how much you can resist the fluctuation.

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  739 posts Adribaasmet Nov 27 at 14:24
Baazex posted:
Depends upon the risk tolerance of the investor , the capacity how much you can resist the fluctuation.


Well; may I know your risk reward ratio? If you don’t mind actually……

Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  1134 posts Professional4X Nov 28 at 02:20
mlawson71 posted:
Most major currencies are relatively stable. Of course, there are exceptions sometimes: the GBP and CHF immediately come to mind due to BREXIT and the Swiss Bank shenanigans back in 2015.


Those times of extreme instability also give rise to a number of viable trading opportunities.

Fundamental analysis plays a large role in proper Risk Management, especially in instances where an interest rate suddenly drops to 0% or a currency suddenly becomes devalued because of a Political Coup, or similar catastrophic event with extreme economic results.

Causality is the primary focus of interest in those instances.





If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
AniLorak

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  813 posts AniLorak Nov 30 at 07:50
Fundamental analysis is really challenging; especially during the high voltage news session like NFP; much volatile trading sessions!

Yozuru

Member Since Apr 18, 2019  8 posts Yozuru Dec 02 at 18:01
Currencies are more stable because they are based on the country's economy. Currencies are regulated by bureaucrats and news is usually not unexpected. Unlike company stocks, which depend on a much larger number of factors. But in currencies there is no such profit as in stocks, so it’s worth choosing)

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