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Best currency pair for trading

HeavenLeighGill (HeavLeighGill26)
Apr 24 at 14:55
posts 380
Like many of the other commenters, I prefer EURUSD
akevi
Apr 25 at 09:18
posts 27
Every trader has their own suitable currency pair, so you cannot say exactly which pair is the best for trading.

For example, I prefer the GBPUSD pair because I trade from the UK and the pair is highly liquid during certain times, which becomes an advantage for me while scalping.
Aubrey22
Apr 29 at 06:45
posts 47
Every trader has their own suitable currency pair for trading depending on their trading methods, strategy, or skill. I prefer trading with most major pairs.
Crotchet
May 06 at 05:37
posts 24
As per my opinion, currently the best currency pair for forex trading is USD/CHF, and USD/EUR.
Antonio_K
May 07 at 06:05
posts 27
I like to use major pairs, and have been getting good spreads on fxview & tickmill when using EURGBP.
Davidfx89
May 17 at 08:17
posts 184
there is anyone who can trade LUNA/UST right now ?
Seb King (sebking1986)
May 17 at 13:33
posts 538
Very much doubt it given recent events.
If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
jisanjipu
May 18 at 11:13
posts 35
i am a new in trading and always like to depends on majors.
AndrewMcCalam54
May 20 at 08:53
posts 132
Davidfx89 posted:
there is anyone who can trade LUNA/UST right now ?
my more balance i lost by trading this shit. no way to come back
Jordan5ith
Oct 21 at 12:06
posts 58
I personally think EURUSD is the best pair to trade for both beginners and experienced traders since their volatility is lower and they can be profitable with simple trading strategies.
YellowWitty
Oct 28 at 05:06
posts 15
A good currency pair should have medium volatile, low spreads, and high liquidity. I trade with major pairs, such as EUR/USD, USD/JPY, or GBP/USD, as they meet this criteria.
Keli_3
Oct 28 at 09:19
posts 32
For me it's EUR/USD due to it's low volatility.
Pegomancy
Nov 02 at 11:23
posts 16
There are many good pairs out there but the one that is also the most commonly traded is EUR/USD. Depending on your style of trading and capacity of handling trades at a time, you can select the number of trades to open simultaneously. Don’t open too many at once if you are still at the beginning stages.
Baccasa34
Nov 03 at 12:35
posts 64
Ignorance in trading looms large and traders can deduct this ignorance through learning. A trader should consider all the ways of earning knowledge and practice must be made compulsory.
Propine
Nov 07 at 07:35
posts 15
AUD/USD and EUR/USD are good pairs to trade with. Look into those and plan your moves!
Louren
Nov 08 at 13:09
posts 19
I agree that EURUSD is a much more volatile pair than any other I've traded, but with the right broker, you can make a consistent profit with this currency pair.
Carlos122
Nov 24 at 10:37
posts 37
The best would be to stick to majors since they provide low spreads, the most stable price movement, and plenty of data to dig into.
FredJones
Nov 29 at 13:19
posts 44
As in line with my opinion, presently the satisfactory foreign money pair for foreign exchange buying and selling is USD/CHF, and USD/EUR.
Parker09
Dec 05 at 13:18
posts 62
I like to use major pairs, and using EURGBP has resulted in good spreads on FP Markets and CMC.
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