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Watch the Markets

The Forex market is the most interconnected market in the world. Each currency is affected by the movement of every other currency. This triggers a web of reactions and counterreactions. When there is social unrest in Sudan, the currency markets move on the news first. In the 1980s, South Africa's devastating policy of apartheid affected the nation's currency, the rand, which fluctuated violently whenever someone was killed in a public political protest.

These factors cause a wealth of opportunities as well as enormous downside risk. For a well-versed trader, a scan of the world's currency markets can uncover incredible possibilities, but for the narrow-minded trader, this is too broad a scope.


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