How can the non-agricultural foreign exchange register transaction not slip?

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Once a month, the non-agricultural data will be released again. Many traders will choose to carry out foreign exchange registration transactions when the non-agricultural data is released. However, the release of the data will usually bring great fluctuations to the market. So how can investors not slip in the non-agricultural foreign exchange registration transactions and keep the principal?

In the short term, if investors want to get three times as fast:

1、 Have a market with fluctuation range of $10 and above.

During the non-agricultural period, the fluctuation of foreign exchange market is generally between us $5 and US $20, and the fluctuation range of the market with small fluctuation range can also rise to more than US $10 within ten minutes after the non-agricultural data is released, so it is not difficult to have a market with a range of more than US $10 when the non-agricultural data is released.

2、 Accurately judge the direction of the price trend.

As a matter of fact, it is very difficult for investors to grasp the opportunity of a few minutes before the release of the data. It is the best time for investors to combine their experience with the release of the data.

3、 Strictly implement the planned trading instructions.

Investors can combine the two trading methods of Foreign Exchange registered order and market price order to ensure that there will be no sliding point in the non-agricultural Foreign Exchange registered order trading. They can place two stop loss orders one minute before the non-agricultural data is published, set the correct price and stop loss position, and then wait for the non-agricultural data to be published. After a stop loss order starts, delete another stop loss order, then keep an eye on the market, use mobile stop loss to protect the capital, and then close the position manually at the right time. In this way, we can maximize the profits.

Many investors and traders think that there will be some slip points in the foreign exchange transactions during the non-agricultural period. In fact, if the above methods are properly operated, investors and traders can avoid the slip points in the foreign exchange transactions during the non-agricultural period.

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