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June 2016

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what-are-pips
A pip, short for "percentage in point" or "price interest point," represents a tiny measure of the change in a currency pair in the forex market. It can be measured in terms of the quote or in terms of the underlying currency. A pip is a standardised unit and is the smallest amount by which...
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what-currencies-trade-in-forex
A currency pair is a quotation for two different currencies. It is the amount you would pay in one currency for a unit of another currency. For instance, when a trader is quoted EUR/USD 1.13 it means that the trader can exchange 1 Euro and receive 1.13 US Dollars.
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difference-between-forex-trading-and-stock-trading
What is the difference between forex and the stock market? The largest difference between forex and the stock market is, of course, what you are trading. Forex, or foreign exchange, is a marketplace for the buying and selling of currencies, while the stock market deals in shares – the units of ownership in a company....
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