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Trading in the Forex and Stock Markets – Circle of Wealth Group




KC Smith – CEO of Circle of Wealth Group

The Circle of Wealth Group offers education to help traders become successful in trading in the markets. Most traders compare stocks and forex markets to determine which market is better to trade and invest in. These two markets are interrelated but are also are extensively different. The forex market has the unique characteristics that set it apart from other markets, and in the eyes of many, it also makes it far more attractive and engaging to trade. When choosing to trade between stocks or forex, you must be certain which trading style suits you best. Knowing the similarities between the stock and forex market enables traders to make educated trading decisions based on certain factors such as market conditions, liquidity, and volume. 

Forex is approximate to trade around $5 trillion per day, with most trading concentrated on a few major pairs like the USD/JPY, EUR/USD, AUD/USD, and GBP/USD, compared to stocks which are estimated to trade roughly about $200 billion per day. The forex market volume dominates the volume of dollars of all the world’s stock markets combined. Forex having a large trading volume brings a lot of advantages to its traders. A high volume of trade per day means traders generally have their orders executed closer and efficiently to the prices they are aiming for. While all markets are prone to gaps, having more liquidity at each pricing point better equips traders to enter and exit the market. 

Forex has high liquidity compared to stocks because it has a higher volume in trades per day. One of the major advantages of trading in the forex market compared to trading in the stock market is that forex has extremely low spreads and transaction costs. 

Forex trading is not transacted over a traditional exchange. This means that trading in Forex can go on worldwide during different countries’ trading sessions and business hours. Therefore, the forex trader can access trading virtually 24 hours a day for five days a week. On the other hand, major stock indices trade at different times and are affected by different variables.

There are three common types of traders. They are the short-term trader, medium-term trader, and the long-term trader. Come and join the Circle of Wealth Group as they will explain to you the difference between the three types of traders, their advantages, disadvantages, what type of trader you should be, and what market you should be trading in base on your trading style. If you want to learn the right skills to become a successful trader, join the team now.

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