TDAmeritrade Introduces Currency Trading Because Investors Are Bored Out Of Their Wits Trading Stocks
On top of its existing options platform, TD Ameritrade is introducing forex and futures trading for its retail clients (they'll bbe able to trade these things from the company's ThinkOrSwim platform).
The reason is that investors are bored out of their minds trading stocks. Stocks are now totally correlated with each other, and the only action is at the macro level.
Seems doubtful. As long as more and more of the economy is under the grip of the government, then it's the government-level where the action is going to be, and that means trading currencies, or if you do trade stocks, trading them in relation to currencies.
- Posts: 2267
Join date: 2010-01-18
just boutique gambling..there are more than one way to lose your money
As continued as added and added of the abridgement is beneath the anchor of the government, again it's the government-level area the activity is travelling to be, and that agency trading currencies, or if you do barter stocks, trading them in affiliation to currencies.
- Posts: 4
Join date: 2011-02-24
The currency exchange operations are performed using fundamental and technical data, is knowledge of the data that traders use to determine whether to buy or sell a currency. The data are interpreted on a table and tables which the trader must learn to use the potential to succeed in the currency markets. There are now many platforms spread of Paris that offers a demo account so you can trade with play money in a real market environment.
- Posts: 1
Join date: 2011-07-01
Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum