The trading volume on the Foreign Exchange Market averages more than five trillion dollars every day. It is the market with the highest liquidity in the world, allowing traders to come and go in any market situation. Moreover, there are almost no obstacles or risks on implementation and also no limits of daily trading volume.
One of the greatest advantages of foreign exchange trading is that it can be carried out for 24 hours a day, enabling the investor to make responsive decisions and to take advantage of market fluctuations at any time.
No one can corner the market
Given the sheer size of the foreign exchange market and the large amount of participants involved, no single entity can control the market price. The Central Bank is no exception. Even the powerful interference of the Central Bank is losing its validity as the impact of its decisions on the its influence of its decisions on the market has waned and become shorter. And so, the Central Bank is less inclined to control the market prices.
Always a bull marketThe foreign exchange market uses only one kind of currency to buy and sell another kind of currency. Bull or bear markets are determined by the relative value of the currency when compared with other currencies. If the currency has promising prospects, then traders benefit by buying this currency with other currencies, thus gaining on the bull market. On the contrary, if the currency has a negative prospect, then the other currencies will become the bull market and the traders can gain by selling the currency. Regardless of the situation, traders always have a bullish chance of trading