The most liquid market in the world: Because the forex market has large-scale funds and can be traded at any time, it has greater liquidity.
Global 24-hour trading market: trading is available 24 hours a day from Monday to Friday, because markets around the world open and close at different times, facilitating cross-border global transactions.
Limited slippage: Due to the good liquidity of the forex market, under normal market conditions, slippage generally does not occur. Slippage is generally due to fluctuations in economic news and the market moves too fast.
Can be short at any time: forex is traded in the form of currency pairs, which means that in every currency transaction, one currency is always stronger against the other currency. Therefore, it can prompt forex traders to go short at any time.
Low cost and high leverage: The forex market can provide traders with less funds with higher leverage and higher profits. At the same time, it is accompanied by higher risks. Traders can choose the leverage that suits them to trade.
No site restrictions: There is no physical trading market in the forex market, and all transactions are completed by electronic disks. Traders can trade no matter where they are.
High market transparency: In most cases, warnings or signals about future measures will be disclosed in advance, and traders can operate in advance to avoid risks.