The difference between stock investment and foreign exchange investment


Investors should learn to distinguish between foreign exchange investment and stock investment when learning the basic knowledge of finance, and see what the difference is between them.

Let's take a look at the advantages of foreign exchange margin trading that can not be surpassed by the stock market. These are the basic foreign exchange knowledge investors need to master:

As we all know, the stock market can only be traded during certain periods of the day, usually from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. In particular, if there is still work to be done, investors are often faced with the dilemma of either giving up the work or quitting the transaction. The foreign exchange margin trading can be carried out 24 hours a day, five days a week. Investors can choose to carry out foreign exchange margin trading in the evening of their leisure time.

There are thousands of stocks in the stock market, so it will be very difficult to select stocks. In the foreign exchange market, the currency portfolio is very limited, which enables investors to concentrate on these currency portfolios and catch their pulse quickly.

The trading volume of the stock market is much smaller than that of the foreign exchange market, and many non professional investors affect the normal operation of the market, making it more difficult to predict the market movement. And the foreign exchange market is the world's largest financial market, and also includes larger players - banks, investment funds, companies and other financial institutions.

The stock market also has a drawback, that is, in a bear market, investors can not do, can only be caught. In the rapid economic development, most investors can make profits, but economic development is alternate, when the development is replaced by recession, investors can only hold their positions.

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