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In the last 7 years, we created a few Companies that are trading on
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Trading the foreign currency market, or the Forex Market, as it is commonly known, is the most developed financial market in the world. The Forex Market is not concentrated in any one exchange, rather the vast majority of forex trades are private deals between two parties in what is known as an 'Over the Counter' or OTC market. The currencies are traded and quoted in pairs such as Euro/U.S. Dollar or U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen, where a deal is the combination of selling one currency while buying another currency at the same time.
The Rule says that the U.S. Dollar is the base currency against which all other currencies are quoted. In other words the exchange rate tells us how many units of the second currency are worth one dollar. For example, if the USDCHF (U.S. Dollar/Swiss Franc) exchange rate is quoted as 1.2515, each dollar is worth 1.2515 Swiss Francs. The exceptions to the rule where the Dollar becomes the secondary currency and its pair the base currency are: Euro (EUR), Pound Sterling (GBP), Australian Dollar (AUD) and New Zealand Dollar (NZD).
The BID price is the price at which a client can sell a unit of the base currency (in return for buying the secondary currency) and the ASK/OFFER price is the price at which a client can buy a unit of the base currency. For example, if the quote for the exchange rate of the Euro/U.S. Dollar in the market is 1.2581/1.2585, this means that the client can pay $1.2585 in order to buy one Euro (the base currency) and will receive $1.2581 if one Euro is sold. The BID price is lower than the ASK price and the difference or 'spread' between the two numbers is measured in 'pips' (4 pips in this case) and represents the profit of the dealing room.