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Foreign exchange, foreign exchange or foreign exchange abbreviation is the world's largest liquidity market. Foreign exchange consists of a decentralized network of banks and financial institutions that are interconnected to exchange currency and perform speculative trading of currency pair prices. Unlike other financial markets, foreign exchange trading is two-way. This means that speculative traders can rise and fall depending on whether they open a buy or sell position separately. The Forex industry is open 24 hours a day, five days a week, starting from Asian and Australian banks, starting on Sunday and closing to Bank of America on Friday.

Foreign exchange trading has many investment interests

1. High liquidity - Daily trading volume of more than four trillion US dollars in the foreign exchange market and the participation of millions of investors, so there is always the opportunity to enter and exit the market at a fairly transparent price.

2, 24 hours of trading - As the Earth turns the market shift and trading time continues, from the opening of the Sydney market on Monday morning to the closing of the US market on Friday night, a 24-hour continuous operation market has emerged. One of the biggest advantages of trading Forex is the opportunity to trade 24 hours a day. This allows traders to respond to and gain the advantage of profit from market changes.

3. Predictable market - The foreign exchange market often has a tendency to repeat fluctuations. The money market shows a certain regularity, creating a price trend that allows market participants to follow. These price trends increase the chances of making a profit on the trade.

4. Profits come from all market changes - Because the foreign exchange market is constantly changing, there is always a chance to trade, to choose a currency to depreciate or appreciate relative to another currency. Therefore, investors can profit from multiple positions or short positions.

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