Forex Market Vs. Stock Market

September 10, 2018

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Forex and Stock market are different aspects of trading. Both have their own advantages.

 

 

Leverage:

Stock Trading as low leverage as compared to Forex Trading. Due to the high liquidity of the forex market, margins are low and leverage is high. It just is not possible to find such low margin rates in the stock market; most margin traders in the stock market need at least half of the value of their investment available in their margin accounts, whereas forex traders need as little as 2%. Furthermore, commissions in the stock market tend to be much, much higher than in the forex market. 

 

Trading Options:

In Forex there are only 7 major currency pairs wheras stocks have thousands of options.

 

 

Market Accessibility:

Forex Market is a 24 hours for 5 days in week. It has 4 sessions whereas stock market has time limits. There are 4 main forex trading sessions with opening/closing hours based on the biggest financial centers.

 

Greater Freedom From Regulation

Stock trading on major exchanges has many regulations and limits; forex trading is less regulated. In some ways, the regulatory environment of the major stock exchanges imposes limits you may not welcome; it also protects you and other investors to a degree the forex does not.

 

 

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