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Pikasso

Member Since Jan 31, 2017  148 posts SCR Traders (Pikasso) Sep 23 2018 at 06:27
For me it's EURAUD :)

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dianajs

Member Since Dec 09, 2015  823 posts dianajs Sep 24 2018 at 12:00
Pikasso posted:
For me it's EURAUD :)


Why do you like trading that pair?

keycurrency

Member Since Sep 01, 2018  18 posts keycurrency Sep 25 2018 at 07:45
Pikasso posted:
For me it's EURAUD :)
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That's brilliant. I like EURUSD.

If you want the currency we got the advantage.
dianajs

Member Since Dec 09, 2015  823 posts dianajs Oct 04 2018 at 08:45
Lately I trade USD/JPY, EUR/USD and NZD/USD the most.

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  269 posts jamesgwyther Nov 07 2018 at 13:13
keycurrency posted:
Pikasso posted:
For me it's EURAUD :)
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That's brilliant. I like EURUSD.
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Me too and USD/JPY

millerwe

Member Since Nov 01, 2018  14 posts millerwe Nov 09 2018 at 10:56
i usually trade EUR/USD or USD/JPY

smith_fx

Member Since Jul 09, 2019  23 posts smith_fx Jul 11 at 10:44

The majors are usually the best currency pairs to trade.

Out of all, US is the most dominant and strongest one as it is the worlds largest economy.
There may be many currencies which are popular or highly liquid .however,it does not imply that they are best currency pairs to trade.
The best currency pairs are :

1. USD/EUR – This currency pair is the most popular currency pair as well as not too volatile. It has got the lowest spreads and so least risk.

2. USD/GBP – Though this pair is a volatile one however, one must keep in mind that larger profits come with larger risks.So many traders prefer to trade in this pair.

3. USD/JPY – It is another popular currency which has low spreads , less risk and a great chance of generating high profits for its traders.

Apart from the above mentioned currencies ,AUD/USD , USD/CHF ,USD/CAD are also good pairs to trade forex.


cliffard

Member Since Jul 11, 2019  6 posts cliffard Jul 11 at 11:38
i prefer EUR/USD , USD/CAD and AUD/USD

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  269 posts jamesgwyther Jul 11 at 14:38
cliffard posted:
i prefer EUR/USD , USD/CAD and AUD/USD


Why USDCAD?

jamesgwyther

Member Since Aug 05, 2017  269 posts jamesgwyther Jul 11 at 14:38
smith_fx posted:

The majors are usually the best currency pairs to trade.

Out of all, US is the most dominant and strongest one as it is the worlds largest economy.
There may be many currencies which are popular or highly liquid .however,it does not imply that they are best currency pairs to trade.
The best currency pairs are :

1. USD/EUR – This currency pair is the most popular currency pair as well as not too volatile. It has got the lowest spreads and so least risk.

2. USD/GBP – Though this pair is a volatile one however, one must keep in mind that larger profits come with larger risks.So many traders prefer to trade in this pair.

3. USD/JPY – It is another popular currency which has low spreads , less risk and a great chance of generating high profits for its traders.

Apart from the above mentioned currencies ,AUD/USD , USD/CHF ,USD/CAD are also good pairs to trade forex.



The majors certainly have the most money which helps.

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EURUSD 1.11174 GBPUSD 1.33352
USDJPY 109.351 USDCAD 1.31719

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