Thursday, 25 May 2017


This program assumes you understand certain basics about Forex trading, but to just be sure here is a brief review.  Currencies are traded in pairs, meaning that you are really trading one currency for another. A simple way to understand this is to consider what you do when you go on foreign vacations. If you are an American (for example), and you plan to travel to another country, say Canada, then you might take say $1, 000 USD to the bank to change it for Canadian dollars. Let's say the exchange rate is 1.4000, then for your $1,000 USD they would give you $1,400 CAD (ignore bank spreads/commissions). Now let's say you didn't spend the money and upon coming home you decide to change it back to USD currency. Now let's say the exchange rate is 1.3700 (a change of 300 pips that could happen in a week), so your $1,400 CAD would convert back to $1,021.89 US (again, ignore bank spreads/commissions). Therefore you just made $21.89, a 2.19% increase in funds (not bad).  In the Forex market you could have simply traded the "Currency Pair" called USD/CAD, first selling USD for CAD, and then later buying back USD with the CAD you have. Basically, you are trading one currency for the other.  Usually currencies are traded against the US dollar (USD), so you may be trading the US dollar against the Euro (EUR), British Pound (GBP), Swiss Franc (CHF), Japanese Yen (JPY), Australian Dollar (AUD), New Zealand Dollar (NZD), and of course Canadian Dollar (CAD). There are other currency pairs, but you normally won't be dealing with those. 

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