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Thursday, September 4, 2008

Forex Trading Benefits

Foreign Exchange (FOREX) is considered to be the biggest traded market in the World. Total traded volume of foreign exchange is estimated to be in excess of US $ 2,000 billion per day. FOREX is the simultaneous exchange of one currency for another between two parties at an agreed rate.

Major advantages include:

  • Providing easiness in understanding and executing deals
  • Giving direct control over your money
  • Forex can be traded for short-term or long-term profits
  • Possessing more liquidity than other financial markets
  • International trading is possible; i.e. Forex does not limit your trades to local/limited exchanges. For range of markets click here
  • No time limitation; you can practice it as a side business
  • Since the exchange rates decide the profit or loss, change in the price of individual financial product is not so affect the trader
  • Providing a number of currency pairs to choose from
  • Having no or less commission fees
  • Offering advanced trading platforms at free of cost
  • Its online trading version makes deals automated
This information provided by Orient Financial Brokers (OFB), one of the best online trading companies in the Middle East, licensed and regulated by Central Bank of the UAE to conduct brokerage in Money Markets, Commodities and Foreign Exchange.

OFB online trading service gives customers an opportunity to trade over 2,000 financial instruments such as Share and Stock Index CFDs from all major financial markets of the world.

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Advantages of CFD's Trading

In CFD’ trading, the settlements are made through cash payments. It gives the customer considerable benefits over conventional share dealing. Major advantages of CFD (Contracts for Difference) are:

Gearing: Customers can open a position without having to put up the full underlying value.

So long or short: Customers can sell or buy any share that they quote, to profit from rising or falling prices

Immediate dealing: There is no irritating wait for an execution.

Interest and Dividend Adjustments: CFDs have no fixed expiry date, providing customer the freedom to close his position when he decides. As the customer position remains open, his account is credited or debited to reflect dividend and interest adjustments.

Long positions: The account is debited to reflect interest adjustments and credited to reflect any dividends.

Short positions: The account is credited with interest adjustments and debited to reflect any dividends.

For more details, see the CFD benefit page.

CFDs are not appropriate for long-term positions. If you are long, you have to maintain the position daily and it costs money. So CFDs become expensive. If you are short-term, you get the markets right however you will be prepared at some economic stage to cut the position.

Click here to see how a CFD works is through an example.

This information provided by Orient Financial Brokers (OFB) which conducts brokerage in Foreign Exchange, Commodities and Money Markets in the Middle East. OFB offers 24 hours internet on-line trading service to deal in thousands of financial instruments like Commodities, Treasuries, Share CFDs, Stock Index CFDs, Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals through its principals.

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