For both retail investors and institutions, the foreign exchange market is full of lucrative temptations we will explain some of them in this article. Some trad[……]
by Andy Neiman
Argentina started talks with the International Monetary Fund seeking financial rescue once again, as inflation soars and the currency sinks.
Let’s first explore the country’s background with some brief historical facts. The name “Argentina” comes from the Latin word for silver,[……]
“Liquidity” is one of the most talked about topics when it comes to currency trading.
What is liquidity?
When an asset can be easily converted into cash, the asset is liquid. From a financial perspective, “liquidity” refers to the ability of an asset being liquidated at a reasonable price or c[……]
What is a White Label?
A White Label forex platform enables a trading firm to put its logo and branding on a platform that was created by a technology firm. To the end customer, the white label product appears as though it has been manufactured by the trading firm itself. In other words, a tradin[……]
by Paulina Osorio
In the general elections in Mexico on 1 July 2018, voters elected a new President, along with hundreds of other national, state and local positions. It was one of the largest election days in Mexican history. A good portion of the 120 million inhabitants of Mexico eagerly antici[……]
In the early 1990s, many global fund managers invested in countries like Thailand, Mexico, and Russia to “catch the wave” in emerging market development. Toward the latter half of the decade, there were currency crises in emerging markets. As a result, fund managers had to pull out their funds becau[……]
The inaugural Benzinga FinTech Summit in San Francisco on September 28th was a whirlwind event for the international FinTech industry. Attendees had the chance to learn about and experience the newest A.I., machine learning, deep learning, and blockchain tools being used to automate and revolution[……]
Which factors determine foreign exchange rates in the medium run (year to year) and what strategies do foreign exchange traders use to leverage that? Here are some terms to consider, make sure to check IQoptions to keep on reading more about trading strategies.
While the three main determinants of long-run exchange rates are purchasing power parity, productivity trends, and the savings/investment balance trends, short-term determinates (within a year) are:
by Christopher Chen
Previous posts talked about understanding the foreign exchange market using a traditional economic model. These traditional models make sense under two critical assumptions. The first is that market participants are rational and the second is that financial markets are efficient[……]