The foreign exchange market includes all aspects of buying, selling and exchanging currencies at current or determined prices. In terms of trading volume, it is by far the largest financially traded asset class in the world, with average daily turnover in excess of US$5 trillion. Currency markets are open 5 days a week, 24 hours a day. FX transactions are similar to other financial products in the regardless of ta bearish market there are still opportunities to make money. At Ruizean Trader we are on track to become one of the world's preferred foreign exchange providers, offering our customers a CFD & FX margin trading experience.
Market liquidity is an important indicator of whether the market is in a good condition. On occasion, due to high risk events or economic data releases, liquidity can be an issue. However, at Ruizean Trader we have direct access to a plethora of liquidity providers to ensure consistent pricing when our clients need it most.
On occasion, due to high risk events or economic data releases, liquidity can be an issue. However, at Ruizean Trader we have direct access to a plethora of liquidity providers to ensure consistent pricing when our clients need it most. This in turn allows the client to boost their profits. However, this also means that losses can be larger, so it’s important to be aware of how to manage your leverage. Let’s assume a trader has $100 to trade and decides to “buy/go long” USD/CHF. The client would have exposure to controlling the equivalent of $10,000. This would mean the client was leveraged at 100:1 because the trade is 100 times larger than the client’s capital. If the client purchased $20,000 USD/CHF, they would be considered 200:1 leveraged (200x$100). Typical leverages are available on all of our products.
The foreign exchange market operates 5 days a week, 24 hours a day. Trading is available from Sunday at 17:01 to Friday at 16:55 New York time.
Forex trading gives you greater flexibility, and in both a bear and a bull market there are plenty of trading opportunities. For example, assume that euro is going up against US dollar you purchase EUR and selling US dollar. If your expectation is correct, you will make a profit. If you assume that US dollar value will be increased against EURO, you sell EURO and purchase US dollar.
|Currency Pairs||Standard Account||Institutional Accounts|
|EUR / USD||1.8 Pips||0.3 Pips|
|GBP / USD||2.2 Pips||1.2 Pips|
|AUD / USD||1.8 Pips||0.8 Pips|
|USD / JPY||1.8 Pips||0.8 Pips|
|USD / CAD||2.2 Pips||1.2 Pips|
|USD / CHF||2.4 Pips||1.4 Pips|
*The above spreads are for informational purposes only. These are average figures during the European Trading Session.