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Currency hedged ETFs

Currency hedged ETFs

Exchange traded funds are highly liquid securities dealing with commodities, stocks, indexes, bonds or a combination of them. Exchange traded funds own a number of financial products (like bonds, futures, commodities, currencies etc) and divide them into shares. The underlying […]

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Major Currencies in Forex Trading

Major Currencies in Forex Trading

Many financial experts have remarked on the tendency of Forex markets to be far more prone to trends than any other financial market in the world; with only eight Forex major currencies (and major currency pairs in terms of Forex […]

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Currency Wars in Modern Markets: Lose – Lose or Win – Win?

Currency Wars in Modern Markets: Lose – Lose or Win – Win?

Currency wars in modern economics are not unusual things. Low value currency is considered beneficial for a number of reasons, at least from the standpoint of big business. Weak currency means cheaper goods, lower production costs and overall economic growth. […]

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Strong Dollar vs. Weak Dollar: Which One Is Better?

Strong Dollar vs. Weak Dollar: Which One Is Better?

US dollar is the most widely used currency in the world today. The official currency of the United States of America since 1792, it is also used as a de facto currency in many smaller countries – Ecuador, Zimbabwe, Panama […]

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Currency Debate: Floating Currency or Fixed Currency

Historically, a currency was tied to either gold or silver – or both. During WWI flat currencies became the norm, due to mounting costs, and until 1970 most currencies “flirted” with gold one way or another. Nowadays, pretty much all currencies are either […]

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Technical Market Analysts

Technical Market Analysts

Technical market analysts are indispensable in Forex markets today. Technical market analysis, which they perform, is based on the assumption that historical price action can be used to predict future price action, and with a dose of relative certainty. Another […]

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Main reasons for the euro jump

Main reasons for the euro jump

In the last few days the euro fights back in comparison with almost every important currency. In the last couple of days the European currency jumped 3 percent against the British pound, 3.5 percent against the U.S dollar and 2 percent in […]

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