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Gee, thanks, Mr. Specialist! In the forex market, the spread is often “fixed,” allowing the trader a greater degree of certainty. ” Stock traders can “go long” (place a trade that will become profitable if the stock rises) whenever they wish, but in order to “sell short” (place a trade that will become profitable if the stock falls), equity traders must go through a series of machinations that can prove both maddening and costly. This rule requires that every short sale transaction be entered at a price that is at least equal to, or higher than, the price of the previous trade.
When we’re dealing with a vast, liquid market like forex, it’s important to understand which times of day are the most active. This is especially chap03 JWPR014-Ponsi (JWBK014-Ponsi) May 31, 2007 19:11 Questions and Answers Char Count= 29 important when we place intraday trades—trades that are intended to have a short duration. HOW IS THE TRADING DAY STRUCTURED? Since the forex market is open 24 hours per day, we can’t really say that the market opens or closes at a particular time of day. ” Since we’ll be working with charts that require an opening price and a closing price, forex traders must designate a particular time of day as a benchmark.
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