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Overview and Analysis of USD/JPY
Fusion Markets

Extremely liquid and highly traded, the USD/JPY pairing is one of the major pairs of the foreign exchange market, being the second most traded pair by volume behind EUR/USD. Used to denote how much 1 US Dollar (the base currency) converts to Japanese Yen (the quote currency), the volatility, reserve-held status of both currencies, and liquidity have made it a popular trading pair among Forex Traders.


Historically the Japanese Yen has fared well against the US Dollar in times of market turmoil, as many investors view the Yen as a safe-haven currency. This was most apparent during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) in 2008 and post GFC market rebound.


Yen during the GFC

USD/JPY from 2005-2015



What factors affect USD/JPY?


The USD/JPY pair is influenced by both the US and Japan’s monetary policies, in particular those related to treasuries and interest rates.


Differences in policies and interest rate decisions by the Federal Reserve (FED) and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) are often one of the key drivers of the pair, and have in the past correlated closely with USD/JPY movements.


These differences have further been compounded with Japan’s introduction of Qualitative and Quantitative Easing (QQE) with Yield Curve Control (YCC) in 2016.


Historically, when US treasury prices rise, the USD/JPY pair weakens. Similarly, when US treasuries fall, the US dollar strengthens against the Yen.


With bond yields being a key driver, factors that affect bond yields such as interest rate expectations and inflation can significantly affect the pair. For example, as rising interest rates lead to higher bond yields, it also subsequently leads to the USD/JPY strengthening.


Therefore, when the Fed or BOJ intervenes to control inflation, deflation or stagflation with changes in interest rates it affects USD/JPY.


While treasuries and interest rates are often seen as one of the core drivers of USD/JPY, similar to other Forex markets, a range of other economic factors also play a role in the movement of the pair.


Some other economic factors that have played a role in the past are: Japan’s import/export balance, natural disasters, GDP, CPI, unemployment rate and wage growth. Although these do not influence the pair as much as US treasuries and interest rates, they can create significant price movements depending on how unexpected the event is.


For example, following the 2011 Tsunami in Japan, the Yen surged against the US Dollar with pundits expecting that Japanese investors would have to repatriate to cover the cost of the damages.



USD/JPY March 2011



Why is the Yen weakening and USD/JPY soaring?


As mentioned above, interest rates and monetary policy are some of the biggest drivers of the pair. This was further magnified during the COVID-19 outbreak and the subsequent Quantitative Easing (QE) policies of countries worldwide with stimulus schemes issued by many governments including the US and Japan.


In the case of the US this was one of the major factors to its rising inflation. As such, the US has begun implementing interest rate hikes, and is expected to more aggressively raise interest rates throughout 2022 and 2023.


In comparison, the BOJ has opted to not introduce any interest rate hikes in the short term and instead plans to continue with their stimulus and subsidies packages. Japan’s history with deflation and negative rates makes this position understandable, but the weakening Yen has made Haruhiko Kuroda, the Governor of the BOJ, express concerns.


Japan’s plans to continue with their proposed stimulus has led to the Yen weakening not only against the US Dollar but other foreign currencies where central banks plan to increase interest rates, such as the UK and GBP.


It will be important to keep an eye on USD/JPY as the monetary policies of the FED and BOJ continue to diverge.



How do I trade the USD/JPY pair?


As Treasury bonds tend to affect the pair, looking at yields across different maturities can be a good basis to begin your analysis. This can help forecast the future of the pair, and overall provide a solid fundamentals-based foundation for other analysis.


Another useful indicator, as USD/JPY can represent market confidence, is the S&P 500, as it may provide early warning signs of overall market reversals.


In terms of when to trade the pair, 12:00 to 15:00 GMT (when the Tokyo market isn’t open) has been one of the most volatile and best times to trade the pair. Even though the Tokyo Market isn’t open yet, this period tends to have high volatility as it is when the London and New York markets overlap.


In terms of when not to trade the pair, you want to avoid “quiet” times in the market such as 21:00-24:00 GMT when the New York market is closed, London is sleeping, and the Tokyo market is yet to open. Similarly, 03:00-5:00 GMT is considered another quiet period as the Tokyo market is nearing the end of the day, and the London and New York markets are not open.


Another consideration is your trading strategy. A commonly cited reason that USD/JPY is favoured by some traders is due to Japan’s traditionally low interest rates. These low interest rates make it a good pair to consider for those who are implementing carry trade strategies.

To learn more about currency pairs, and the foreign exchange market sign up to Fusion Markets and keep up with all the latest macroeconomic events.

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Upcoming Holidays in May 2022
Fusion Markets

May has four holidays that will affect market opening hours: Labor Day on the 2nd, the Birthday of Buddha on the 9th, Victoria Day on the 23rd, and Memorial Day on the 30th.

 

During these dates there will be some changes to our standard market hours. Please take note of the following changes and prepare your positions accordingly.

 

Also, please note the following changes are based on MT4 server time (New York Time GMT +3).  

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What does this mean for you?  

If these are not markets you normally trade, then these changes will not affect you and you can continue trading as normal.

 

However, if you do trade the markets above, ensure that you are aware of the days the market is closed and note that during this period there will be reduced liquidity and some spreads may widen on some products.

 

 

Do I need to do anything?  

The primary thing to do is prepare for any changes listed above that may affect your positions and ensure that you are comfortable with your trades during this period. It is also important to remain aware of potential changes to liquidity or spreads that may also affect you. To be fully prepared, please make sure your account has been sufficiently funded. You can fund your account by logging into your Client Hub here.

 

Questions?  

We’re working around the clock 24/5, so please reach out if you have any further questions or concerns.

 

Thanks for trading with Fusion Markets.


28.04.2022 • Market Hours
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Overview and Analysis of USD/JPY
Fusion Markets

Extremely liquid and highly traded, the USD/JPY pairing is one of the major pairs of the foreign exchange market, being the second most traded pair by volume behind EUR/USD. Used to denote how much 1 US Dollar (the base currency) converts to Japanese Yen (the quote currency), the volatility, reserve-held status of both currencies, and liquidity have made it a popular trading pair among Forex Traders.


Historically the Japanese Yen has fared well against the US Dollar in times of market turmoil, as many investors view the Yen as a safe-haven currency. This was most apparent during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) in 2008 and post GFC market rebound.


Yen during the GFC

USD/JPY from 2005-2015



What factors affect USD/JPY?


The USD/JPY pair is influenced by both the US and Japan’s monetary policies, in particular those related to treasuries and interest rates.


Differences in policies and interest rate decisions by the Federal Reserve (FED) and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) are often one of the key drivers of the pair, and have in the past correlated closely with USD/JPY movements.


These differences have further been compounded with Japan’s introduction of Qualitative and Quantitative Easing (QQE) with Yield Curve Control (YCC) in 2016.


Historically, when US treasury prices rise, the USD/JPY pair weakens. Similarly, when US treasuries fall, the US dollar strengthens against the Yen.


With bond yields being a key driver, factors that affect bond yields such as interest rate expectations and inflation can significantly affect the pair. For example, as rising interest rates lead to higher bond yields, it also subsequently leads to the USD/JPY strengthening.


Therefore, when the Fed or BOJ intervenes to control inflation, deflation or stagflation with changes in interest rates it affects USD/JPY.


While treasuries and interest rates are often seen as one of the core drivers of USD/JPY, similar to other Forex markets, a range of other economic factors also play a role in the movement of the pair.


Some other economic factors that have played a role in the past are: Japan’s import/export balance, natural disasters, GDP, CPI, unemployment rate and wage growth. Although these do not influence the pair as much as US treasuries and interest rates, they can create significant price movements depending on how unexpected the event is.


For example, following the 2011 Tsunami in Japan, the Yen surged against the US Dollar with pundits expecting that Japanese investors would have to repatriate to cover the cost of the damages.



USD/JPY March 2011



Why is the Yen weakening and USD/JPY soaring?


As mentioned above, interest rates and monetary policy are some of the biggest drivers of the pair. This was further magnified during the COVID-19 outbreak and the subsequent Quantitative Easing (QE) policies of countries worldwide with stimulus schemes issued by many governments including the US and Japan.


In the case of the US this was one of the major factors to its rising inflation. As such, the US has begun implementing interest rate hikes, and is expected to more aggressively raise interest rates throughout 2022 and 2023.


In comparison, the BOJ has opted to not introduce any interest rate hikes in the short term and instead plans to continue with their stimulus and subsidies packages. Japan’s history with deflation and negative rates makes this position understandable, but the weakening Yen has made Haruhiko Kuroda, the Governor of the BOJ, express concerns.


Japan’s plans to continue with their proposed stimulus has led to the Yen weakening not only against the US Dollar but other foreign currencies where central banks plan to increase interest rates, such as the UK and GBP.


It will be important to keep an eye on USD/JPY as the monetary policies of the FED and BOJ continue to diverge.



How do I trade the USD/JPY pair?


As Treasury bonds tend to affect the pair, looking at yields across different maturities can be a good basis to begin your analysis. This can help forecast the future of the pair, and overall provide a solid fundamentals-based foundation for other analysis.


Another useful indicator, as USD/JPY can represent market confidence, is the S&P 500, as it may provide early warning signs of overall market reversals.


In terms of when to trade the pair, 12:00 to 15:00 GMT (when the Tokyo market isn’t open) has been one of the most volatile and best times to trade the pair. Even though the Tokyo Market isn’t open yet, this period tends to have high volatility as it is when the London and New York markets overlap.


In terms of when not to trade the pair, you want to avoid “quiet” times in the market such as 21:00-24:00 GMT when the New York market is closed, London is sleeping, and the Tokyo market is yet to open. Similarly, 03:00-5:00 GMT is considered another quiet period as the Tokyo market is nearing the end of the day, and the London and New York markets are not open.


Another consideration is your trading strategy. A commonly cited reason that USD/JPY is favoured by some traders is due to Japan’s traditionally low interest rates. These low interest rates make it a good pair to consider for those who are implementing carry trade strategies.

To learn more about currency pairs, and the foreign exchange market sign up to Fusion Markets and keep up with all the latest macroeconomic events.

28.04.2022 • Market Analysis
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Upcoming Holidays in April 2022
Fusion Markets

April has three holidays that will affect market opening hours: Easter from the 15th to the 18th of April, Ching Ming or Qingming Festival (Tomb Sweeping Festival) on the 5th of April, and ANZAC day on the 25th of April. During these dates there will be some changes to our standard market hours. Please take the following changes into account. 

 

Also, please note the following changes are based on MT4 server time (New York Time GMT +3).  

 

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What does this mean for you? 

If you trade the markets above then you’ll need to be aware of the days the market is closed and note that there will be reduced liquidity and some spreads may widen on some products during these periods. Please ensure you manage your position accordingly. If these are not markets you normally trade, then these changes will not affect you and you can continue trading as normal.  

 

Do I need to do anything? 

The main thing you need to do is be prepared for the change in market opens and ensure you are comfortable holding your positions. You must also remain aware of the potential changes to liquidity and spreads during this time. Please make sure your account has been sufficiently funded. Log into your hub here to fund your account. 

 

Questions? 

Don’t worry we will still be working around the clock, so please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns. 
 
Thanks for trading with Fusion Markets. Happy Holidays and Happy Trading.  


28.03.2022 • Market Hours
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The Benefits of Copy Trading Forex
Fusion Markets

In this article, we go through everything you need to know about forex copy trading and how you can gauge the benefits and drawbacks it offers to both beginners and experienced traders.

  

What is Copy Trading?


Copy trading is software that is used to duplicate the trading strategies of selected traders.  

 
While this may sound like “mirror trading” (a technique used to mimic another traders strategies), the key difference is in copy trading the copying trader has their account linked to the account of the trader being copied. This means that whenever the trader being copied opens, closes, or alters a position these actions are also applied to the linked account (the copying trader).  



What’s the Difference between Social Trading and Copy Trading?


Before we dive into more details about copy trading, it’s important to distinguish between copy trading and social trading, as they are often mistakenly considered to be one and the same. Since we have already made clear what copy trading is about, let’s go into what social trading is, and how it might differ from copy trading. 


In essence, social trading is a combination of social media and investment. In social trading platforms, you can directly communicate with other investors, and exchange information about what trades to perform in a given time. This allows more people to collaborate. 


The main advantage of this is that you can analyse the trades yourself, meaning in some cases, you can try to see if there are any errors in making the trades before you execute them yourself. 


In mirror and copy trading, traders are in most cases using automated software to mimic the strategies of selected traders. 


In both mirror trading and social trading, you are not directly following someone’s trades, but are instead either automating their strategy (mirror trading) or manually following their strategy (social trading). 


In contrast, copy trading follows the trades of the selected trader, including when a position is opened and closed, as the accounts are linked. 


While social trading involves a closer look at trades and is great for people who want to learn trading by experiencing it first-hand, it also includes investing more time in research on the terminology and strategies of the industry.  


It should also be noted that with social trading, you might still be solely responsible for the trades that you perform. You only gain information from other traders within the social trading platform, and you can't automatically execute the trades based on other traders, as copy trading platforms allow you to do. 


In a sense, the main difference is in the way people approach trading in the first place.  


For those who are keen on learning everything about trading, social trading is a fantastic place to start. They gain knowledge along the way as they perform trades themselves. They copy other traders but also do their own research in the process, because they want to know the reasoning behind those trades.  


Copy trading, on the other hand, is for people who want a hands-off approach to trading, who prefer not to have to constantly monitor their trades. It’s for people who would rather just trust their trades to an experienced trader or someone they know personally.  




   Manual Trading      Copy Trading        Mirror Trading       Social Trading   
Beginner Friendly     No     Yes     No    Yes
Fully Automated
     No    Yes     Yes    No
Algorithmic     No    No     Yes    No

 


Why Should I Learn About Copy Trading?


These days, when markets are monitored around the clock, a variety of strategies are called for and across various asset classes.  


Investors might favour some strategies they have applied for a long time and with good results, but there’s no guarantee that those strategies will always work in the future. 



History of Copy Trading


While popular now, the first iteration of copy trading goes back to 2005, when researchers found a way to create an algorithm that could replicate trading behaviours.  


This use of algorithms quickly grew in popularity as investors and brokers picked up on it. This became the birth of mirror trading. 
 

However, it wasn’t long until brokerages and popular traders used the popularity of mirror trading to instead allow investors to link to their account, and for a small fee, allow investors to get complete exposure to their positions and strategies. 


Copy trading has turned out to be a unique way of getting access to the financial markets. The innovation spread to others who wanted to invest in foreign exchange, crypto or stocks but didn't have the time to follow markets, analyse information, or devise strategies they weren’t even sure would work.  



What Are the Benefits of Copy Trading? 


Copy trading has several benefits. These fall under two main categories: Income and Learning.  


You Earn Passive Income


Copy trade forex allows for passive income. You only need to set up your account, find a reputable investor that has hopefully been investing or trading for many years and has a reliable track record with few bumps along the road in their performance. Ideally, they take less risk than the average investor by holding fewer drawdowns and accessing markets you wouldn’t either get exposure to (e.g., Forex, Commodities etc.).  


In a way, to copy trade forex is to ride the wave that the experienced investor is creating and profit from it. 


Of course, investing in this way is not entirely risk-free. That is what makes the other benefit category, learning, more significant if you’re a beginner trader. 


You Learn from the Experts


One crucial benefit of copy trading, which beginners should be aware of, is that it can save them tons of time learning the fundamentals of forex trading.  


Learning how to analyse market information and plan a strategy from scratch can take a long time. Copy trading helps shorten that learning process by following the market in real time with actual skin in the game.  


You can experience how seasoned traders approach trading and pick up ideas from them. Eventually, you may even make your own variations of their strategies.  


You Learn How Experts Handle Losses


That doesn’t mean you should blindly trust what an established investor is doing with their trades. Even experts make mistakes.  


In fact, good investors study their past losses to identify errors in their approach and make adjustments, intending to minimise future risk further. 


Among the things you can also learn from copy trading, then, is how to recognise these mistakes for yourself, despite an expert’s opinion or because of an expert’s mistake, when a trade will result in a loss. 


And from the expert traders’ example, you learn how to learn from your mistakes. 



What Are the Drawbacks of Copy Trading?


Like all other investment strategies, copy trading has its fair share of disadvantages across any platform.  


Even Experts Make Mistakes


As mentioned before, even professional investors can make mistakes. They might trade something they wouldn’t normally trade, or refuse to close a trade when they should have. These are common mistakes we can all make due to our hidden biases. It's best, therefore, to partially monitor your investments as well, and not passively hope for the best. Ideally, you’re following along and can understand the reasoning for why the trader you’ve followed has done what they’ve done.  


Investing Involves Costs 


For people keen on investing in high volume, the commission fee that professional investors take can sometimes add up if money has already been lost through a bad or missed strategy.  


With a copy trading platform like Fusion’s, you only pay fees for any positive performance. There are no hidden management fees or entry or exit fees. You simply agree to the performance fee when signing up and away you go.  



Dealing with Drawbacks


Like everything else, copy trading has its pros and cons. With careful decision-making, proper research, and intelligent risk management, you can maximise the benefits of copy trading and minimise its drawbacks.                                      



Final Thoughts 


There isn’t much difficulty to copy trading. All you're doing is finding someone you know with a decent track record which has steady gains with minimised risk and hopefully mimicking their strategies for trading in the markets.  


That can be done by looking at investors’ trade history and analysing their trade entry (both buy order for long positions and sell order for short positions). At least two years of history is a good place to start.  


Overall, copy trading can minimise the risk of capital loss if you have found the right trader. For professional investors already familiar with various strategies, copy trading is still a good option - it might get you access to an uncorrelated asset class they might not have traded before or sharpen their own skills by following and learning from someone else.  


If you’d like to get started with copy trading, Fusion offers a range of options for both beginner and seasoned traders. Fusion+ allows traders to copy trade some of the most successful traders in the financial markets.  
 

We also offer a copy trading service through our partner DupliTrade. For those who wanted more of a social trading experience we also provide that with our partner, Myfxbook Auto Trade. 


If you’d like to learn more, contact us and we’ll happily answer any questions you have about copy trading, Forex or CFDs.  




FAQs


What’s the main benefit of copy trading? 


The main benefit of copy trading is to automate the investors' trading and minimize risk. It can also prevent slippage in buy and sell orders because most copy trading platforms are fast and automated. 


How does copy trading work? 


It works by copying the strategies of other experienced investors and applying them to your portfolio. 


Can I use MT5 and MT4 for forex trading? 


You can use MT5 and MT4 for forex trading. While MT4 is explicitly designed for forex investments, MT5 has a range of other assets, both centralized and decentralized. 


What are the risks of copy trading? 


The main risk of copy trading is that even experienced traders whose strategies you might copy can make mistakes. You have to monitor your own investments to spot issues at once if something goes wrong. 


Thousands of brokers are ready to help you invest. Experience copy trading with MT4 or MT5. Sign up now! 


22.03.2022 • Trading and Brokerage
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Fusion adds 50+ Commission Free US Equities
Fusion Markets

That’s right, we have more than doubled our US Equity product line to 110 US equities. We want to ensure that our traders have the best costs, spreads and range of products, so it’s important to us that the most actively traded equities on the US market are available at Fusion, with no commission.


We now offer all equities in the NASDAQ 100 and more.


You’ll be able to find the entire list of newly added US Share CFDs in the table at the bottom of this page. For a complete list of all our trading products visit our trading product page.


How can I access these new equities?


When you open your MetaTrader 5 platform and log into your Fusion account, you should already be able to access the entire range of new US Equities. If you don’t see all products, you need to right click in the “symbols” tab of the “market watch” and select “show all”.


What are the trading times for US Equities?


Trading of US Equities on Fusion Markets follows the normal trading times of the US Equities market. This means trading hours are between 9:30 - 14:00 New York time, or for Australians, that translates to 01:30 - 08:00 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEDT).


Will buying these US Equities be like buying a US Share?


No. It’s important to remember this is a Contract for Difference (CFD) and not a share. In a CFD you don’t own the underlying stock, but are instead trading on the underlying asset price.


We use CFDs as they are one the best financial products for traders to capitalise on the price action of an asset via leverage. This form of derivative gives traders the best opportunities to take advantage of movements whether up or down. If you believe an equity is overvalued, a CFD is an excellent way to enter a position that will profit if the equity price falls. Additionally, with a CFD you are also able to increase your position size with leverage.


Full list of new US Equities available on Fusion markets



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I still have questions about the new US Equities

We are available around the clock, so if you have any further questions you can check out our FAQ page (most questions are answered here) or visit our contact page to get more information.


03.03.2022 • Trading and Brokerage
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Why You've Got a Bigger Advantage than Professionals
Fusion Markets

You’ll often hear in the media or from professional market participants that retail clients “shouldn’t try to compete with the professionals”. 


Ignoring the condescension here for a moment (“the adults will take it from here”) it is my firm belief after ten years of trading that this isn’t always true. 


Sure, any beginner will find it challenging at the beginning to trade successfully, but you can’t expect to play like Roger Federer after one match of tennis, can you? 


Charlie Ellis, the man who oversaw the $24 billion Yale endowment fund in the US once, said “watch a pro football game and it's obvious the guys on the field are faster, stronger and more willing to bear and inflict more pain than you are. Surely you would say ‘I don’t want to play against those guys.” 


But Charlie is wrong in a few ways.


Yes, professional traders and institutions have many advantages at their fingertips. They get news faster than you do. Their trades go more quickly than yours. They pay far less than you do. You get the picture. 


But it’s not all doom and gloom. Here are a few reasons why: 


Time 


No, not in the sense that you have more actual time to trade than them.


You probably don’t.


You’ve probably got a full-time job.


You might have kids or ailing parents to look after.


Trading is like a side hustle for you.


BUT your time horizon is different from theirs.


You can hold a trade for days or weeks without a Manager yelling at you “Why the hell are you selling euros, you dummy… the market is going up”. You might enter a trade on gold and plan to hold it for months.


A professional fund manager or trader might not have that luxury due to quarterly reviews, investor pressure or whatever else. 


Professional Risk


Professional or Career risk is one I picked up from famed value investor, Howard Marks. In his book “The Most Important Thing” (one of my favourite investing/trading books of all time – buy it!) he talks about how in the GFC there was so much pressure on investors to not look silly by calling the bottom of the market or “catching a falling knife”. No one wanted to be the guy in the office who was buying Citibank at $1 per share!


Similar to my time point above, you don’t have that problem.


You don’t have your colleagues questioning you why you’ve bought or sold some instrument. Or a boss that is screaming at you and putting you into an emotionally defensive position trying to justify your actions.


Will you lose your job for selling USDJPY? No.


Does a professional trader get fired for always missing targets or taking on too much risk? Yes.


You need to work out what you’re happy with in your trading goals and go for them.


It’s entirely up to you what you define as success. The Pros don’t have that luxury.


Benchmarks


Which brings me to my next point.


Most professional traders and investors have a benchmark. If you’re a fund manager you’ll send out your monthly report to your investors saying “here is how much we made/lost.. and here is what the benchmark did”.


If you miss that benchmark, get ready for investor withdrawals. As a professional, you’re judged on your performance. Simple as that. The more investors leave. The more you have to sell. The more you sell, the worse your performance!


What’s your benchmark? You get to set your own. Happy with 1% a month? Awesome.


What about $100 a month so you can buy your wife dinner? Happy days.


Or $5,000 a month so you can pay off your mortgage? Even better.


It comes back to autonomy and your desires. No one else decides that but you. 


Fees and Expenses


Believe it or not, you do have a HUGE advantage here, especially if you’re trading with a low-cost broker (hello, Fusion!)


If you’re a professional investor/manager, you’ll often have a significant research team, a very fancy office with lovely views, staff bonuses, visits to various investment conferences etc.


Not to mention all that travel to see your clients and investors!


Putting that aside for a moment, if you choose a good broker, you’ll pay zero spread and a small commission that is not far off what the pros trade. They’ve got $100,000,000 though, you’ve got one thousand!


So, ignore the haters telling you to stay out of the market because its only for the big boys.


However, let me be clear.


I’m not saying trading is easy and (unlike some) and that you can soon retire on the beach. It’s not. Trading FX, in particular, is a highly challenging exercise.


But don’t just assume because there are so many professionals in this that you can’t succeed or you’ll never be good enough. You have to play your own game, and for me, that’s the best part. I set my own rules as to what I consider success. That’s something the pros will never get.   


If you’d like to start trading and use your advantages to outperform the pros, Sign Up to Fusion Markets and get your feet wet with our demo account. When you're ready start a live account to start making real-time trades.

24.02.2022 • Stuff that makes you think
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