Both EURCHF and USDCHF are major pairs that can be considered in a well balanced portfolio. I would start with the EURUSD and USDJPY and certainly avoid minors and exotics as there you never know what can happen, spreads are high and there is not enough liquidity on a daily basis. @cesaraugusto If you already summarise all the good advices here, you will have a clear picture where to start your trading journey.
AnneB posted: There's no such a perfect pair for the first time you trade in Forex, however, it will always depend on what will be the best pair if you get to be updated with the news. I read the blog, and it is very helpful. You can check this one: https://itrader-reviews.com/ for reference. Recently, I just pair USD/EUR and I am feeling great with it.
I checked the link and I didn't see any clear reference to what you are saying. Maybe not necessary to post links like that referring to a brokerage website.
Hello Nina, apologies for I have posted the wrong link. At that time I was reading a lot of articles, and tons of tabs are opened. However, I have found the link that was meant for this thread.Try checking this one: https://itrader-stocks.com/faq/ Also, I don't refer any brokerage firm or whatsoever just want to share some helpful information :)
Hello Anne, I've checked the both links. I think the first one you sent doesn't have any relation with the best-traded pairs, however, I love the articles on that blog! They are easy to understand and well written, with the latter link I love the FAQ it helped me a lot and I gained new knowledge. Thanks!
Hi guys, maybe it's just me but I see a blank page when I click on the second link. I guess the page is no longer available.. But thanks for sharing the right link, anyway. Makes sense 😄
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