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In a broad sense, a financial market refers to a market whereby parties, no matter from the demand-side or supply-side, distribute capital resources through various financial tools. As a crucial stabilizing element in a capitalist economy, the financ...View More
Commodities are tangible assets, including agricultural products, raw materials, energy, and metals, which are often used in daily life as the basis for the production of goods and services. Commodities are normally described by "Bulk", which general...View More
Over-the-counter trading (OTC for short), also known as off-exchange trading, generally refers to trading activities not conducted on the central exchange, but through the “dealer network”View More
CFD, or Contract for Difference, is a relatively new type of derivative in the financial markets, where investors can start trading after paying a small amount of margin to banks or brokers according to the agreement. Most CFD transactions cover a va...View More
Retail foreign exchange trading has become popular since 2000. Comprising numerous forex brokers across the world, the ecosystem of this industry runs different types of trading models. These types of trading models have their unique names—DD, NDD, M...View More
Information that appears in the financial markets every day could possibly affect investors’ sentiments and market trend. Such information comes from different countries and large corporations, which is either compiled and disclosed by different inst...View More
With the economic globalization, the interaction of economic activities among countries, including trade, tourism, consumption, and investment in various assets, becomes more and more frequent. In the process, currency transactions naturally occur. F...View More