Forex

The World's Largest market to trade with famous FX pairs.

Choose from over 60 of the world's famous currency pairs and access the world's largest financial market with daily trading volumes reaching $8.6 trillion. Admire deep liquidity, fast execution and protection from negative balance.

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Specification of Forex trading products

Symbol Contract size Minimal Spread Typical Spread Swap Long Swap Short
EURUSD 100 000 EUR 1.0 1.1 -3,71 0,13
GBPUSD 100 000 GBP 1.0 1.4 -2,02 -0,12
USDCAD 100 000 USD 1.0 1.2 -0,79 -1,365
USDCHF 100 000 USD 1.0 1.5 0,405 -2,545
USDJPY 100 000 USD 1.0 1.2 -0,215 -1,955
AUDUSD 100 000 AUD 1.0 1.2 -0,14 -4,51
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What is Forex?

Forex or foreign exchange, is a famous global floor for currency exchange against one another. Forex markets achieve large volumes and the most liquid in the world. With Ventezo Forex traders can trade dozens of FX pairs where everyone finds the Majors, popular Minors and Exotics.

Over 30+ currency pairs for trading

Competitive Spreads

1:1000 Leverage

Variable Spreads

No Commission Fees

No Hidden payments

Open 24 Hours 5 days a week

Profound interbank liquidity

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How does Trade on Forex work?

While trading in foreign currency pairs, traders speculate on whether the value of one currency will rise or fall against another currency, and make a decision to get (buy/go long) or get rid of (sell/go short) respectively.

Situation 1. Getting EUR/USD

The Price of the Euro (base currency) against the US Dollar (quote or counter currency) is 1.20429/1.20436. You've decided to buy €10,000 (go long), because you foresee that the value of EUR/USD will rise. EUR/USD has a leverage of 1:500 (0,2% margin), implying that you can open a position 500 times more than the required deposit for the trade.

The price goes up during a day to 1.20503/1.20510, making your forecast exact. At this point you make a decision to close your long position by selling at the current sell price of 1.20503 which is a difference of 67 points (1.20503 – 1.20436) to your benefit. You gain a $6.7 profit ((€10,000 x 1.20503) – (€10,000 x 1.20436)).

Situation 2. Selling out EUR/USD

The price of the Euro against the US Dollar is 1.20479/1.20486.

Recent news of unstable political situation implies that the price of the Euro will probably fall against that of the US Dollar in the near future, triggering your decision to get rid of (sell/go short) €10,000. The EUR/USD leverage remains at 1:500.

The price lowers during the day to 1.20453/1.20462, ensuring your forecast. At this point you make a decision to close your short position by buying at the current buy price of 1.20462, which has made 17 points (1.20479 – 1.20462) to your benefit.

You gain a profit of $1.7 ((€10,000 x 1.20479) – (€10,000 x 1.20462)).