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Date Created: 12/20/15
Currency Futures Trading Visit MarketGeeks.com Free Trading Report Subscribe To Our Channel 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 Currencies Like To Trend According To Statistics Currencies Trend 55% Stocks, Metals, Bonds Trend 30% Currencies Trend Almost Twice As Much One Other Major Difference Currencies Like Trend Indicators Single Exponential Moving Average Dual Exponential Moving Average MACD Momentum Indicator Tomorrow’s Agenda Show Currency Examples Apply Different Indicators Tweak Indicators For Best Results Thanks For Watching Visit MarketGeeks.com Download Free Trading Report Subscribe To Our Channel