Currency trading in india

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Why trade Forex? The idea that trends are the essence of profitable trading makes the idea of trading currencies very exciting, considering currencies are the world's best trending markets! Countless studies of trend following systems prove that currency trends are the most consistent and often the most profitable. Worlds' most acknowledged traders are forex traders. forex Trading in India RBI Advisory on Overseas Forex Trading through Electronic / Internet Trading Portals:- "The Reserve Bank of India has clarified that remittance in any form towards overseas foreign exchange trading through electronic/internet trading portals is not permitted under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), 1999. The Reserve Bank has also clarified that the existing regulations under FEMA, 1999 do not permit residents to trade in foreign exchange in domestic / overseas markets. Residents are, however, permitted to trade in currency futures and options contracts, traded on the stock exchanges recognized by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in India, subject to the conditions specified by the Reserve Bank from time to time." How an Indian can Participate in Forex market? Absolutely legal option is to ask a friend of yours who is either a NRI or a foreigner to transfer money for you, because they don't have these limitations. New to Forex Trading? Read and go ahead. 1. Make up your mind to have a reasonable profit target of 30% - 40% in a year. Fast paced vehicle crash sooner. 2. Stay in the market longer than trying to make quick profit and getting wiped out earlier. Longer you stay more the profit. As years goes profit follows you. 3. Do not risk more than 5% of your capital per position with a leverage of 1:100. 4. Decreased exposure limits risk - A brief exposure to the market diminishes the probability of running into an adverse event. 5. Smaller moves are easier to obtain - A bigger imbalance of supply and demand is needed to warrant bigger price changes. It is easier for a currency to make a 10 cent more than it is to make a $1 move. 6. Smaller moves are more frequent than larger ones - Even during relatively quiet markets there are many very small movements that a trader can exploit. 7. There is stop hunting! Better avoid putting stop loss. There is more chance your stop being hit than being hit your limit take profit order. Rather do it manually or let the Eas do the work anonymously
newbie trader keep following in your mind
1. There is no way to become a millionaire overnight just by trading Forex.
2. You have to put effort, money and time to make profit over a long period of time.
3. Your aim shall be a longer play, not the quick benefit.
4. Make up your mind to have a reasonable profit target of 30% - 40% in a year. A fast paced vehicle may crash sooner. Crash may be terrific for a novice driver.
5. All the broking firms have their demo. You become easily addicted to demo and desperately want to open a real account. Demo to be used, only to get familiar with the real-time trading environment.
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This article was published on 2011/03/26