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AGEA is one of the oldest and most reliable forex brokers. http://extra.agea.com/
AGEA is one of the oldest and most reliable forex brokers. http://extra.agea.com/

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WIN $100 with AGEA Forecast Competition.
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WIN $100 with AGEA Forecast Competition.
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WIN $100 with AGEA Forecast Competition.
Every week we are giving $100 to most accurate prediction of EUR/USD on Friday.
Visit wt.agea.com go to Promotions section and participate now. It's free!!!
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WIN $100 with AGEA Forecast Competition.
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#FOREX #FACTS
Best days of the week to trade:

Tuesdays and Wednesdays is where the most movement is seen on all four major pairs – EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY and USD/CHF.

Fridays are usually busy until 17:00 GMT and then the market slows down until it closes at 22:00 GMT. This means Fridays are, for all intents and purposes, only half-days.
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Remember to live wisely...
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WHY "SHORT"? WHY "LONG"?

If your analysis shows that the base currency will rise, then you buy. This open trade is called a long position. Why long? Because it can go up endlessly (at least theoretically).

Conversely, if you think the base currency of a certain currency pair is going to get weaker, then you sell and you've got a short position in your hands. It's called short, because the value of a currency cannot go below 0 into infinity. The road downwards is finite. Finite is always shorter than infinite.
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