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The PAMM Account System in Forex03.05.2015

Trading in financial markets, especially risky, and volatile markets like forex, can generate huge revenues. Despite of the riskiness, investing in forex is incredibly appealing as the capital is always striving for maximum profits. However, not everyone has the natural ability to learn how to trade in these markets. In order to posses this capability, you have to spend a lot of time and money learning. It is not only about studying the theoretical part, you should also practice it. The experience of the trader is often the experience of losing money and making conclusions based on this. So, here comes a great solution for those who cannot develop these skills. It is about PAMM (Percent Allocation Management Module) accounts. This universal tool allows anyone with a certain investment capital to trust the funds to an experienced trader. Investing in the PAMM accounts on the forex markets refers to the transfer of the funds from the investor in the hands of the manager, who knows how t...

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The Greek Problem from another viewpoint02.05.2015

The problem of the Greek crisis is mostly viewed from one perspective. This viewpoint is available in media and is induced by the European forces to show the Greek people weaknesses and guilt. This article is about another opinion on the crisis and its cause. It is inspired from James Petras, who was the Director of the Center of Mediterranean Studies in Athens, and it shows the Greece as a victim more than a cause of problems. Greek Government is currently locked in a difficult struggle with the elite that dominate the banks and political decision making centers of the European Union. 11 million lives are at stake, workers, employees and small businesses along with the viability of the EU. If the ruling party SYRIZA agrees to continue austerity programs, Greece will be sentenced for many years of regression, subsistence and colonial status. If Greece decides to oppose and is forced to leave the EU, it has to denounce the debt of 270 billion euro, which will lead to the collapse of in...

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China's Affect On The Global Economy And Its Forex Effects15.03.2015

The Forex market is currently filled with news regarding China and its economy as well as the effect of China on the global economy. Such a large country with 1.3 billion population is certainly enough of a powerhouse to affect the global situation including the Forex markets. In order to understand how the Forex market is being affected one must first look at the moves China has tried to make in recent months. Global Economy as a Whole Last year the Forex market was alight with news that the economy would return to normal. The US and UK would increase interest rates to help stabilize the economy. Quantitative easing would occur as a means of helping increase inflation in Japan. Banks restoration of confidence would help with a credit recovery in the Euro Zone. Now a year later normality for the global economy is not where it should be. It is actually seemingly distance. The main cause—China. China has enough power to affect the 'headwinds' of normalcy for the global e...

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The Currencies That Are Getting Popular in the FOREX market10.03.2015

The interest of traders and the trading volume on forex has increased in the recent years, which is not surprising. But there are few currencies that can boast with rapid growth. So what tools have made a significant breakthrough in liquidity and which ones look poor? In the immense chaotic space of the foreign exchange market you can notice seven currencies that are the most popular and confidently occupy the leading positions in trade. And even if sometimes there are some storms that come very close to the leading currencies, these are some calm winds in comparison with the hurricane that is looming in the forex market. In recent years, several second-tier currencies have significantly increased their importance in the global market, and that is a threat to the present hierarchy. While some of the seven second-tier currencies are obvious, the others are less visible, and at first sight, it is a little bit difficult to determine these. But before clarifying the situation, let’s...

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Contract for Difference Trading 28.02.2015

Contracts for Difference were developed in the early 90s in London. The invention of CFD belongs to the financiers Brian Keelan and Jonathan Wood. The Contracts for Difference were first used in hedge funds with institutional trading. It was a cost effective way to hedge the positions of your shares on the London Stock Exchange. The effectiveness of CFD is high due to the low margins and lack of need for the payment of tax collection, and at the same time, the physical shares don’t migrate in other hands. The CFDs are a flexible method to trade on the price movements of products and instruments such as indices, shares, commodities, currencies or treasuries. In comparison to purchasing shares, when you trade CFDs, you don’t actually, or more precisely said, physically own the product, so you don’t have to pay the relevant fees of ownership like management fees and stamp duty. You can also sell the product and buy it back at a later stage. For instance, there is an im...

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