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Member Since Apr 18, 2017  813 posts AniLorak Oct 31 at 08:11
willtradr posted:
I prefer to trade on majors.

Same here besides I am very much interested on crypto trading instruments; although right now I am practicing in demo.


Member Since Aug 09, 2017  400 posts Imamul Nov 22 at 15:54
according to me, all currencies in Forex trading are good, just we have to experience with them by trading . We can trade all major currency in our demo account. Because we can see here the pairs performance how it works.


Member Since Apr 18, 2019  9 posts Andromaris Nov 28 at 20:10
I may suggest trading USD/GBP, especially if you know English only. It's hard to trade currencies if you don't know country's language, as you will get all news with delay. It's also good trade local currencies, like NZD or AUD, but you need to pay a lot of time to analyze trends :)


Member Since Dec 09, 2019  4 posts feelsofine Dec 12 at 11:39
willtradr posted:
I prefer to trade on majors.

Same here. It has low spreads and you can read movement to understand and predict better.

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EURUSD 1.11174 GBPUSD 1.33352
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