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Different Types Of Foreign Exchange Products For Trading

George Sterling | Thursday, January 24th, 2013

There are different types of foreign exchange products for trading that investors can pick up easily but before trading in real money, it is advisable to open a demo account and try out different strategies that you could use in an actual foreign exchange environment. Demo accounts are very useful as they allow investors to get a true and clearer picture about the actual market before stepping into it.

While you will be using a demo account to trade, you will come across many foreign exchange products that you might possibly consider in the future to diversify your portfolio and earn the maximum returns. One of the biggest misconceptions about the foreign exchange market is that people believe that they can trade in currencies only. What is however true about this market is that one can pick up different types of financial products to trade in.

There are several types of tradable products available in the foreign exchange market today. These include the following:

Spot Metals

Spot metals are foreign exchange market products that are focused solely on trading spot gold and spot silver. Spot metals have been increasing in popularity over the course of time in the last few years as they present a decent opportunity for traders to maximize their gains.

Currency Pairs

Another type of foreign exchange market product available for trading is currency pairs. Currency pairs are the most renowned foreign exchange product in the market and have been since the last many years. Investors trade currency pairs worldwide. The most renowned currency pairs include GBP to US dollar, EURO to USD and USD to JPY.

Stock

The foreign exchange market also includes CFDs on stocks such as Google, Amazon, WalMart and Tesco, amongst many others.

Futures

Futures are also a trading option when it comes to the foreign exchange market and retail investors are presented with an opportunity to trade in many different commodities and indices including NYSE, DAX, wheat and oil.

 

Beginners are recommended to analyze their options well before they start checking out every instrument individually. As mentioned earlier, the best way to go about foreign exchange trading is to open a demo account and test different financial instruments and foreign exchange products as listed above. The next step is to research and then make a viable choice for investment. Always remember that the key to successful investment strategies is maximum portfolio diversification.

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