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Beallador

Member Since Aug 20, 2019  6 posts Beallador Feb 12 at 18:00
If I work with currency pairs, I try to find those that have the greatest movement potential - that's all...

Landakus

Member Since Oct 02, 2019  7 posts Landakus Feb 19 at 17:32
I like to work with gold, and since this metal correlates perfectly with the dollar, the choice is obvious.

rickyb

Member Since Oct 23, 2014  56 posts rickyb Feb 20 at 05:36
gbp/nzd has biggest range daily of main currencies.followed by gbp/aud.

Saithidor

Member Since Sep 20, 2019  6 posts Saithidor Feb 22 at 15:59
it seems to me that you can work with any currency pair if you have an understanding of the market, and it does not matter what time of day or what news is out - if you have knowledge you can earn anyway

Thines1

Member Since Oct 25, 2019  8 posts Thines1 Feb 24 at 12:24
I do not have a favorite currency pair, but I do not like to trade with the Japanese yen, I have never had a difficult situation with this asset, the feeling that it lives its life outside the market.

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EURUSD 1.09782 GBPUSD 1.28382
USDJPY 108.506 USDCAD 1.34583

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