EXTREMELY HOT NEWS ABOUT THE CHINA FOREX RESERVES

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Everyone know that the China is future's super power that's why China manage its currency and foreign exchange reserves. There are some extremely hot news from the newspapers of China about the foreign exchange reserves which are as follows:

China has overtaken Japan to become the world's biggest holder of foreign exchange reserves after its stockpile grew US$8.5 billion in February to US$853.7 billion, the China Business News reported on Tuesday.

Japan had reserves at the end of February of US$850.1 billion.

Growth in China's reserves last month slowed from US$26.3 billion in January, the Shanghai newspaper said.

"The massive foreign exchange reserves have brought about many benefits, but they also reflect continued imbalances in the economy," the newspaper said.

China's reserves have ballooned in recent years as the central bank, in order to hold down the yuan, has bought most of the dollars generated by a growing trade surplus, inflows of foreign direct investment and speculative capital.

The average increase in reserves of US$17.4 billion in January and February is close to the average rise of US$16.6 billion a month in the last quarter of 2005.

The reserves total would have been even bigger if Beijing had not used US$60 billion to recapitalise three big banks.

The central bank also sold US$6 billion from its reserves in November under a one-year swap deal with local banks.

YOUR ARE GOING WRONG IN THE FOREX TRADING

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Rajput considered and think about mistakes which is done by a trader. Therefore, with some suggestion we point out your mistakes during forex trading. Online forex trading is one of the most lucrative cash generating options available. I am about to reveal some common (and not so common) mistakes which can guarantee failure in forex. Let me show you how to profit where others will fall in online forex trading.

Mistake 1 – You Will Profit From Every Trade

There is no such thing as a foolproof system which can guarantee you profit on every trade – there is simply no such thing. If you are a newcomer to online forex trading pay attention – you can and will not profit from every trade you make.

Mistake 2 – You Can Make Money Without Understanding Forex

Not knowing your playing field is a sure way to hit every bump and hole in it. It’s not enough to read a few articles from your dealer. You should take the time to understand market fluctuations, so you have the knowledge upon which to base your trades.

Mistake 3 – Your Goal Is To Make Money

Many online forex traders fall into the trap of not planning their fx trades and strategy in advance. They honestly felt that having their eyes on their main goal of making money is sufficient to see them through to success. Before beginning, make sure you have an idea of what kind of trades you are going to potentially make. Open a demo and play around with different methods. If you have invested in a forex trading system, take the time to test it out via a demo account before you risk your won money.

Mistake 4 – You Should Stick With Losing Trades Cause They Always Come Good

Sticking with a losing trade for long enough can be the easiest way to lose serious profits. In fx trading you need to know when it is time to cut your losses and take your profits. It is quite possible to lose all your profits in one single trade so understand when to exit a trade.

Mistake 5 – Basing Trades On Instinct Rather Than Fact

Online forex trading is a numbers game – plain and simple. If you want to make money you must never base any trades on instinct or a gut feel. Only base your trades on fact and trends – this will ensure you have the greatest chance of success.

Mistake 6 – Trade More Currencies And You Will Increase Your Chances Of Profits

Every single currency has certain behaviours which if you take the time to learn, will improve your chances of profiting from market conditions. You are far better off taking the time to focus and understand 2 different currencies – rather than trying to spread yourself across multiple currencies.

Mistake 7 – Think Long Term – Trade Short Term

This is a big misconception – and a common one at that. Many fx traders fall into this trap – basing trades now on what they think will happen down the track. You have to focus in the present and trade in the now. Miss this and you will always be chasing your tail.

Mistake 8 – Make Money By Always Trading

There is often the temptation to always have a trade going – and that the more trades you make the greater chance of profits. This is not right. You have to be able to read the market, and choose your trades very carefully. This will protect your profits.

Results

Online forex trading is a brilliant way to make extra money, provided you have the knowledge and the tools. I hope I have shown you a few traps that you must avoid in order to succeed in fx trading.

GAME OF CURRENCIES IN FOREX TRADING

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Rajput realised the importance of currency in forex market because currency play an important part in import & export trading, business and mostly in forex trading. Although the foreign exchange market is often billed as a banker's game, currencies can sometimes be great diversification for a portfolio that might have hit a bit of a rut. It's a market that can also offer tremendous opportunity when other global forums enter the doldrums. As a result, knowing a little bit about forex, and the fundamentals behind it, can make significant additions to any trader, investor or portfolio manager's arsenal. Let's take a look at eight currencies every trader or investor should know, along with the central banks of their respective nations. (Absolute beginners might consider a trading course. Read Forex Courses Teach Beginners How To Trade for more information)

EARNING PERIOD FOR FOREX TRADING

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If you dont know the trading period of the forex market then read this information which is created by Rajput. Every trader has their own favourite trading methods and therefore will be drawn to particular time frames. So today I thought I’d discuss which time frame I consider to be the best one, ie the most profitable.
It all depends on your trading strategy of course, but in my experience the best time frame to use is the 4 hour chart.
There are several reasons for this. The first reason is simply because my main trading strategy (see right for more details), which I have been perfecting over the years, generates consistent profits on this particular time frame (with the help of the daily chart for determining the overall trend).
Secondly trading the 4 hour time frame gives you the best of both worlds in that it enables you to generate the kind of profits that a lot of short-term traders are able to generate every single day, whilst ensuring that you don’t necessarily have to be sitting at your computer all day long because you only need to be alert when a good set-up looks like presenting itself.
This brings me on to my next point which is that trading the 4 hour charts is a very relaxing way to trade the markets. You can analyze various different currency pairs and really take your time planning your trades. This is certainly not the case with short-term trading where you have little time to think and have to be very quick on the button to realize any gains, or minimize any of your losing trades.
This time frame is just about ideal in my opinion because you can generate winning trades of say 100-200 pips in a single day or you can let them run for a few days to capture 300-500 pips in some instances. Just one of these trades per week can give you an excellent full-time income and I think you would agree that it’s much better to spend your week looking for one or two high probability set-ups on this time frame rather than trading lots and lots of positions on the shorter time frames which may only give you 10-20 pips per trade.
Also because each trade doesn’t necessarily last that long (often no more than a few days at most) you avoid much of the boredom that arises when you trade the daily or weekly charts, for example. Some people like to trade the daily charts but you do need a great deal of patience. You also need to use fairly large stop losses to ensure that the price ultimately moves in your favour without being stopped out prematurely.
So as I say I personally think the 4 hour time frame is by far and away the best time frame to trade, although different time frames obviously suit different strategies.