Currency Trading Guide : How Safe Is Currency Trading?

Currency trading can be very volatile; people often take advantage of investors who do not know what they are doing when it comes to currency trading. Work with a professional to avoid the dangers of currency trading with advice from a financial consultant in this free video on currency trading and investing. Expert: Roger Groh Bio: Roger Groh is the founder of Groh Asset Management. Filmmaker: Bing Hu

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8 Responses to “Currency Trading Guide : How Safe Is Currency Trading?”

  1. 4xleader1 says:

    The stock market and the real estate market all have a relationship to the dollars value. Dont be fooled. The stock market may rally when the US dollar falls, and the Dollar may rally when the Real Estate market performs well. Any economical news, reports, statistics affects the value of our currency.

    The USD is a gauge of how strong the economy is. Google DOLLAR INDEX and see for yourself, USD is at a LOW. So what does this mean?? Offset the dollar loss by trading against the dollar in 4X.

  2. theknightlynews says:

    I’m not sure I understand. You said if you try to think more than a day out, you will get your clock cleaned. Then you said short term trading is very difficult. You meant long term trading, right?

  3. markthenicholson says:

    When he says “bet long or bet short”, he means long-term or short-term in the sense of time, right?

  4. SSmithOnline says:

    This is kinda funny because it sounds and looks like he has been burned so badly by the foreign exchange market.

    Look at his face when he says “Be very careful when it comes to currency trading.” … PRICELESS.

    Look at his face when he says: Short term trading is very difficult to do. — LOL.

    The forex market has taken your money huh? I know it has.

  5. mart83648 says:

    How do you find a pro?

  6. Raurex says:

    You have to trade quickly on the Forex market because if the currency value changes .0001 then you lose ten units of whatever currency you traded for, that is if your trading a lot of 100,000 units of that currency. It wouldnt really matter if you actually had 100,000 dollars to trade, but instead you trade on margin with 1% of 100,000, so if your lot depreciates by 1,000 dollars and thats all you have in your account, then you’re wiped out completely.

  7. forextrend says:

    this guy is a fool

  8. sukhman4u says:

    i bought nzd at 3.86 from hkd after six month sold nzd and bought hkd at 5.70,i made good by my luck.its however not my hard work or something…

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