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Market fluctuations are an artificial phenomenon.

Mathewshayden
Nov 06 2020 at 06:56
41 ieraksti
I don’t think there is a way to manipulate them and the market fluctuations do happen. They are very much real and you should not consider them as artificial. The market keeps changing and the fluctuations are a part of it.
Garrywilson
Nov 06 2020 at 12:17
37 ieraksti
The fluctuations in the market are not artificial since the market is volatile and they are bound to occur. I don’t think the fluctuations can be altered or manipulated directly but they are also not artificial.
Harshalgibbs
Nov 06 2020 at 13:11
54 ieraksti
Market can never be stable. There will always be fluctuations. Any trader should be prepared to take the risks.
Duktilar
Nov 07 2020 at 12:16
112 ieraksti
Due to the fact that the market is influenced by many factors, it has its own movement, and there is no getting away from it.
Mitchelmarss
Nov 20 2020 at 06:44
29 ieraksti
There are many brokers who are there to scam innocent traders. They don’t care how the trader would have earned the money.
Harrylam887
Nov 26 2020 at 07:17
18 ieraksti
Whenever you enter the market, you will see fluctuations that you can’t avoid and that’s how it will always be.
FatStack
Dec 03 2020 at 10:27
5 ieraksti
Robert647373 posted:
Understanding these market fluctuations is important. It is created primarily by the main players in this great game.
These are central banks, hedge funds, investment funds. The price of currency pairs significantly depends on them.
But not only they affect the market.
There are also traders, small investors, and brokers. Yes, their personal contribution is not as significant as that of the main figures. But
there are a lot of them, and they can also affect the prices of currency pairs.
 In economics, supply and demand is a model that explains price formation in a free, competitive market.
The same principle applies to the foreign exchange market.
Every time a currency is bought, a demand is created in the market that drives up the price.
Likewise, every time a currency is sold, a surplus of supply is created, which pushes the price of the currency down.
The impact of each purchase and sale in the foreign exchange market is directly proportional to the trading volume of each transaction.
The equilibrium price philosophy is the key to understanding how online currency trading works, as all economic events around the world have an impact on the market.
Yes yes yes! finally someone said how it really is!
Alexander (Alexander74645)
Dec 03 2020 at 14:28
14 ieraksti
Robert647373 posted:
Understanding these market fluctuations is important. It is created primarily by the main players in this great game.
These are central banks, hedge funds, investment funds. The price of currency pairs significantly depends on them.
But not only they affect the market.
There are also traders, small investors, and brokers. Yes, their personal contribution is not as significant as that of the main figures. But
there are a lot of them, and they can also affect the prices of currency pairs.
 In economics, supply and demand is a model that explains price formation in a free, competitive market.
The same principle applies to the foreign exchange market.
Every time a currency is bought, a demand is created in the market that drives up the price.
Likewise, every time a currency is sold, a surplus of supply is created, which pushes the price of the currency down.
The impact of each purchase and sale in the foreign exchange market is directly proportional to the trading volume of each transaction.
The equilibrium price philosophy is the key to understanding how online currency trading works, as all economic events around the world have an impact on the market.

Yes, everything is exactly so, you clearly put everything in its place.
Luzar (Luzar4347)
Dec 04 2020 at 08:11
6 ieraksti
Not everything is as simple as it might seem to many. These are all complex systems and they simply cannot be characterized and described.
samir45566
Dec 08 2020 at 09:45
2 ieraksti
Market fluctuations are its fundamental property. Price always depends on demand. And demand is never constant. Saturation processes take place, and as it saturates, let's say some kind of currency, demand invariably falls. This is what causes the characteristic price fluctuations on the charts of your computers.
SofieAndreasen
Dec 08 2020 at 17:47
759 ieraksti
Harshalgibbs posted:
Market can never be stable. There will always be fluctuations. Any trader should be prepared to take the risks.
That’s why everybody will tell you that forex market is uncertain. Anything is possible in this market.
Mate (Mate_)
Dec 16 2020 at 14:07
11 ieraksti
Market fluctuations are caused by constant changes in supply and demand for various currency pairs. And this cannot be a constant value as the market is constantly saturated. When it reaches its peak, there is a decline in demand and, as a result, the price drops. And so in a circle.
forex_trader_[2047425]
Dec 16 2020 at 21:32
4 ieraksti
Marcus71076 posted:
I want to open a new topic in which everyone can Express their personal assumptions about fluctuations in the exchange market, and in the rest of the world.

I disagree. If it's artificial, then Fibonacci would not work. The Fibonacci ratio is seen in most all things in some manner. I know for a fact that regards the timing of market trend changes is not random. I use this natural phenomena in my trading. It is not perfectly accurate, but helpful to know it's there.
forex_trader_[2047425]
Dec 16 2020 at 21:40
4 ieraksti
At about 21:20 GMT, the usdjpy pair may go down till about 22:10 GMT. I may trade it if that is the longer term trend at that time. It may only move 5 pips or maybe 50 pips, I don't know how far it may move.
Kroolscmark844
Dec 29 2020 at 04:31
20 ieraksti
I don’t think that is the case. These fluctuations are very much a part of the market and are affected by certain scenarios.
LyudmilLukanov
May 28 2021 at 17:26
851 ieraksti
Kroolscmark844 posted:
I don’t think that is the case. These fluctuations are very much a part of the market and are affected by certain scenarios.
I also agree. There are many things influence the market like economic and political event etc.
Elena Triston (ele020)
May 29 2021 at 08:23
219 ieraksti
posted:
At about 21:20 GMT, the usdjpy pair may go down till about 22:10 GMT. I may trade it if that is the longer term trend at that time. It may only move 5 pips or maybe 50 pips, I don't know how far it may move.
Its strongly not artificial for sure
The more your practice, the more you learn.
Alexthetrader
May 29 2021 at 08:52
64 ieraksti
I don't think market fluctuations are an artificial phenomenon because there are many factors like inflation rates, government debt, country’s current account / BoPs, political stability & performance, recession and speculation that influence the variations and fluctuations in the exchange rates.
Akasuki
May 29 2021 at 10:48
605 ieraksti
No it's not artificial. Market price fluctuates based on supply and demand. Everyday huge number of currencies is transected for export, import and other purposes. It makes the market fluctuate.
UweMoench
May 29 2021 at 12:22
751 ieraksti
No market price fluctuation is not artificial. Forex market is a huge market in terms of capitalization. You can not manipulate such big market. It is the supply and demand.
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