The Small Exchange is an exciting new marketplace that offers traders a collection of innovative derivatives products. No matter whether you trade stocks, energies, metals, bonds, or currencies, there is a Small market ideal for your needs. One contract in particular, the Small US Dollar (SFX), provides forex traders many speculative and risk management opportunities.… Read more.
Starting with the US dollar can help to reduce complexity for many new traders, especially when looking at Small US Dollar (SFX) futures that are diversified against seven foreign currencies (including euro, Chinese renminbi, Japanese yen, and more). One character. One narrative.
The foreign exchange market, or forex (FX), is a decentralized, electronic currency trading venue. Featuring more than U.S. $5 trillion in average daily turnover, the forex is the world’s largest market, far surpassing the premier U.S. equities and futures exchanges. Given its enormous size, depth, and offerings, the forex is a primary destination for active… Read more.
For investors and producers who participate in the global markets, currency risk is a very real consideration. Currency risk, also known as exchange-rate risk, emerges when foreign currencies unexpectedly appreciate or depreciate against one another. In the event that traditional correlations suddenly become stressed or irrelevant, once sturdy monetary relationships degrade―and currency risk runs rampant.