How to trade in currency market?
You have to understand that the books and articles that you have studied are very useful, but any theory should be applied to practice. In order to do so, you can open a test account in any dealing center and brokerage company. There are many of them online. If you don’t know what a test account is, don’t worry. It is easy: actually, it’s a free Forex account where you aren’t investing the real funds. However, it allows you to try all possible options for market analysis, execute the transactions and try to make the unreal capital. So, if you forget that you are operating with the unreal funds, you can see a real cost curve movement.
In order to get started, you will need to choose a currency pair. The simplest choice is EUR/USD pair, as it can allow you to practice with statistical calculations and analysis
Source: financial services
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