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 Forex Options Trading Definition - Investopedia

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Pairs Trading

This is a subreddit designed to focus on pairs trading. Primarily Equities, but spread based trading in Forex, Futures and Options is welcome.
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Daytrading: Information for your everyday trader

Daytrading futures, forex, stocks, etc.
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Like 4chan found a Bloomberg Terminal
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Is there a way to buy options on forex exchanges or something similar, to avoid risks?

So i'm about to recieve decent amount of money in Russian Rubles in 2 months and with coronavirus uncertainity i want to make myself safe. Is there a way to do it? I have leveraged account in forex, but my broker doesn't allow trading USDRUR
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Options on Forex Majors

Hi all,

I'm currently testing out trading bull/bear call spreads on forex options with IG markets and although there's no commissions, the spread on those options are extremely high. Does anyone know any good brokers/CFD providers that offer relatively tight spreads on forex options?
The thing that is good with IG markets is that it offers weekly options along with the standard quarterly expiration which allows me to tailor my trading strategy to avoid major interest rate news announcements. So I tried looking on Google for similar companies and nothing really stands out, I'm hoping someone who has some experience in this arena can point me out to some brokers to test out.
Thanks!
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Options on forex pairs

So I usually trade equity options but I'm looking into trading forex since FX market hours allow for more trading opportunities. I'm wondering if there's a way to trade options on forex pairs. I usually only trade market neutral strategies (straddles, strangles, etc.) and I've tried looking into doing this with forex but haven't found anything. The closest thing I've seen is Oanda's box options but they seem to be more of a gambling tool where the "house" wins most of the time statistically speaking. Thanks!
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What broker do you use for share options?

Just trying to figure out who is best broker to use for share options. I’m not interested in buying options on Forex so HighLow isn’t exactly what I’m after. I use Suncorp Trading for the ASX (looking at changing to something with lower brokerage) and Stake to buy some US shares but it doesn’t seem like either allow options.
It looks like you can use ComSec and CMC for share options but the brokerage was around $33-$35. Is there anyone cheaper or better? Bonus points if you aren’t just limited to options on the ASX.
I saw a little about Tastyworks and InteractiveBrokers and they seem cheaper. Just curious what most people use before I sign up with one over the other?
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What broker do you use for Stock Options?

Just trying to figure out who is best broker to use for share options. I’m not interested in buying options on Forex so HighLow isn’t exactly what I’m after. I use Suncorp Trading for the ASX (looking at changing to something with lower brokerage) and Stake to buy some US shares but it doesn’t seem like either allow options.
It looks like you can use ComSec and CMC for share options but the brokerage was around $33-$35. Is there anyone cheaper or better? Bonus points if you aren’t just limited to options on the ASX.
I saw a little about Tastyworks and InteractiveBrokers and they seem cheaper. Just curious what most people use before I sign up with one over the other?
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Are forex options & future options available on IBKR?

I could only find these to be available to trade on Saxo, but I'll be opening an account with IB, so just want to be sure.
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What are your guys thoughts on trading Forex as opposed to stocks and options?

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Wondering what is the best place to trade put/call options on equities?

I checked out avatrade, etoro, ig, fxcm and E-Trade but I can't seem to find what in looking for.
Avatrade only offers options on forex.
E-Trade I've heard take ages to verify and deposits/withdrawals take forever too.
Etoro doesn't offer options trading.
Ig seems like it might be the place to go but honestly I'm a bit lost here, what services are everyone else using for futures on equities?
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Guide to Using Pending Orders to Trade Forex on IQ Option

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Guide to Using Pending Orders to Trade Forex on IQ Option.

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Bitcoin on the Verge of Posting a Strong Q2; What Options Traders Expect Next - Forex & Coin

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EagleFX: Forex and Cryptocurrency Broker Option on MT4 Platform

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Guide to Using Pending Orders to Trade Forex on IQ Option by binarycount

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Anybody on here trade options or Forex? Would love to meet some like minded people to teach me a few things.

Would be great to meet someone local who's into this kind of thing too. I learn better when I can ask questions, plus teaching is the best way to learn. Might be a win win! Plus, I'll bring beer. 😁 Might be a long shot, but worth a try!
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What type of commodities do you guys trade? Do you focus on Forex with algo trading, Options?

So like the title suggest I was wondering what types of trades or trading do you focus on? I am super into options but want to get into algo trading to become a better technical trader. If you focus on forex what platforms do you use to trade on. I know with TD ameritrade I think the report they have is 30-40% of traders who trade forex lose money and TD leverages against you? Any help would be awesome!!!

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You guys are amazing honestly! Thank you so much for the help you've guys (and gals) given me a lot to think about!
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Forex?!

So forex trades all the time, 24/5. No worries about holidays or any BS like that.

I'm a n00b looking to lose money in forex. Has anyone else been successful losing money in forex?
Any tips on how to LOSE MONEY in forex?

I'm not looking to make any money, only lose it. Specifically in forex.

But srs, any tips? How well does TA translate into forex?

Are there options on forex? Any success (losing big money) with those?
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Why does it seem to be more hype on folks who trade futures, options and forex as compared to folks who trade stocks/equity? Is it because the former is more difficult to do and begets more credit than the latter when one is successful?

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Death of an ideal, Murder of the Rand

So this is a great conspiracy theory (hopefully only that) that I saw yesterday.
This is basically a repost of u/ Moppy771 that was posted on southafrica last night and summarily deleted by the mods, although it seemed to be because of the inflammatory title ("Why the ANC rapes the Rand", the ANC is our current ruling party) rather than the content.
This is an abridged edit of what was posted, as OP named some very powerful names that he apparently had proof for. I however, don't have that proof, so I am redacting the names, as I do not have the same proof and as a South African I could be liable for libel.
​ So I was tipped off to this by someone who is in a position closely observe forex trades. The theory is that the vast majority of all top-level politics in SA is effectively controlled by a small (or maybe not so small) group of financial and political elites, hell, maybe even more than one group, who control and orchestrate events that are leading our country the way it is headed with the sole purpose of raking in money.
The TL;DR of forex trading is that being able to predict a currency is the world’s quickest route to having more money than you could ever spend. The day to day shifts are too jumpy, and the long term shifts too slow to make a profit on for the most part, but say for instance you had a reliable method to significantly crash your currency for a few days, well then you would have an easy path to making free money.
If you were the sort of person to have a forex trader on hand, it would be simple enough to make a deal for an option on forex at a rate on par to current exchange rates, for a week from now. Simply speaking, if the rand stays on par or becomes stronger than the dollar in that week, you just lost the money you paid to reserve that option, but if you were to get lucky enough for the rand to drop in value, then you just bought a million dollars for 15% below the exchange rate. I'm sure you can see how this scales with the investment.
The only thing now stopping you from literally buying free money is the rand not dropping in value. If only there was a convenient way to do that, such as paying off some public political figure to do something stupid such as firing a gun at a rally and threatening civil war, or having the president refuse to step down publicly, or announce that they are going to amend the constitution to allow them to crash the economy (this is assuming that said politicians aren't directly in on it, which is likely).
I have seen a lead trader that dealt with forex who would get a ton of instructions to get massive options (hundreds of millions of rand or more at a time) all at once, targeting a specific period. Then lo and behold, two days later there would be world news of students getting tear gassed or imminent civil war, and the rand would drop like a stone, and a couple dozen people just became tens of millions of rands richer, overnight, without lifting a finger. now imagine this repeated by hundreds of elite around the country, dozens of times a year, and including the inevitable almost-return-to-norm, and a million rand at the start of the year, with the very low assumption of 5 percent made on each intentional dip and subsequent rise, and you would have more than tripled your money by the end of the year. In fact this trader made millions just on commissions in each period, and there are dozens of traders in the same position as him.
So there you have it, the plan is to crash this country with no survivors because a few hundred people with no morals and enough cash and/or power to control the country and media want to make some quick cash at the expense of us unfortunates that have to use the currency and live in our country. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if this has been going on since the 70s or 80s, given trends and given the suspicious financial history of many of our country’s richest and most powerful. I think that's all.
Oh and this isn't just some crazy coincidence conspiracy theory I whipped up based on a few observations, almost every bank and major politician, the whole of the ...
this is where the names are redacted. I can mention the Zumas (the family of our ex-president who stepped down in a scandal) as some of them have actually been caught out at what is alluded to, and "major banks" as no corporations are actually named. I have a good idea of the "major politicians" too but redacted for the same reason as the business-people named.
...are all confirmed involved heavily in forex, and lots of them have already been busted for various forex-based and other schemes and collusions. There are others I strongly believe to be involved, but I chose not to name them in this post as the family names would be easier to use to identify the individuals, and they do not often appear in newspapers like those I have already mentioned, as I do not have proof of their involvement other than seeing them make profits off of exceedingly well-timed and counter-intuitive trade orders that luckily for them turned out to be right.

I think this is a very good and frighteningly probably theory. In the past year alone I can think of a dozen events that impacted the rand heavily that could have been easily avoided or were alluded to be intentional even at the time. Banks get fined for currency fixing all the time, so this is hardly an unheard of scheme, just one that runs much higher profit margins.
As a South African, it is pretty shit to think that our country could be heading the way of Zimbabwe as a side effect of some rich and powerful intentionally screwing the country over to become even richer and more powerful.

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