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Currency Futures Trading Visit MarketGeeks.com

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What Do You Think Is The Biggest Market The U.S. Stock Market? U.S. Bond Market? Precious Metal Market ? The Currency Market Is Bigger Daily Average $ Volume = 2 Trillion Dollars

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Difference Between FX And Futures Most People Do Not Take Delivery Of Futures Contract Regulatory Differences Difference In Leverage Spread Differences Main Analysis And Trading Principles Are Same

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Why People Avoid Currency Futures Difficult To Calculate Tick Value Most Currencies Have Different Tick Size

Currencies Are Not Calculated Like Stocks Too Many Decimals

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Euro Currency Example Example: Bought Euro at 1.28840 and was liquidated at 1.2950

The difference between the two numbers would be 110 ticks which would be a simple calculation of multiplying $12.50 * 110 ticks = $1375.00

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Australian Dollar Currency Example Example: Bought Aussie at .98670 and was liquidated at .98845

The difference between the two numbers would be 175 ticks which would be a simple calculation of multiplying $10.00 * 175 ticks = $1750.00

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British Pound Currency Example Example: Bought Pound at 1.5523 and was liquidated at 1.5723

The difference between the two numbers would be 200 ticks which would be a simple calculation of multiplying $6.25 * 200 ticks = $1250.00

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Japanese Yen Currency Example Example: Bought Yen at .99050 and was liquidated at .99150 The difference between the two numbers would be 100 ticks which would be a simple calculation of multiplying

$12.50 * 100 ticks = $1250.00

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Swiss Franc Currency Example Example: The Swiss Franc was entered long at 1.0430 and was liquidated at 1.0300 The difference would be 130 ticks which would be a simple calculation of multiplying $12.50 * 130 ticks = $1625.00

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Currencies Like To Trend According To Statistics Currencies Trend 55% Stocks, Metals, Bonds Trend 30%

Currencies Trend Almost Twice As Much

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One Other Major Difference

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Currencies Like Trend Indicators Single Exponential Moving Average

Dual Exponential Moving Average MACD Momentum Indicator

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Tomorrow’s Agenda Show Currency Examples

Apply Different Indicators Tweak Indicators For Best Results

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