What is currency trading and how does it work? First of all, lets get to the bottom of it, and find out what currency trading is. Currencies are used to do business with each other around the world.

Just to give you a few examples, the U.S.A. has a currency called the U.S. dollar, Canada has the Canadian dollar, England has the British pound, Japan has the Japanese Yen and many of the European countries have the Euro.

Now, the value of the currency of each part of the world depends on many things, just to name a few: The economy, employment or unemployment, trade like import and export, it depends on how stable a country is in terms of strength, war or no war, weather, natural disasters, politics, mining, oil gas gold deposits and ownership of other commodities, it also depends on interest rates inflation, deflation and debt.

The value of a currency is influenced by all the above and much more, one important influence of the strength of a currency is the power of trading, like everything it is about supply and demand.

All over the world, there are financial establishments that interact with each other through the trading of currencies, and as we have become a member of one of these establishments, we can be part of many of the members that are willing to invest in the trading of currencies. To be successful there are important guide lines to follow, and one of them is called:


What that means is, when a trend of a currency go up you buy, when a trend of a currency go down you sell. A trend of a currency will be explained some time in the future, it is very important to know what this is all about and something you should live by among other guidelines to stay successful in the art of currency trading.