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  1. What is the Quantity Theory of Money?

    Take a look at the tenets, assumptions and challenges of monetarism's principal theory, the quantity theory of money.
  2. Series 34

    The Series 34 is an exam and license required for individuals seeking to engage in off-exchange forex transactions with retail ...
  3. AUD (Australian Dollar)

    AUD (Australian Dollar) is the currency abbreviation for the Australian dollar, the currency for the Commonwealth of Australia. ...
  4. Monetary Control Act

    The Monetary Control Act was a two-title bill that changed bank regulations in the early 1980s.
  5. CNY (China Yuan Renminbi)

    The CNY, or the Chinese Yuan Renminbi, is the general term for the currency of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
  6. European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)

    The European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) combined the European Union member states into a comprehensive economic system. ...
  7. MYR (Malaysian Ringgit)

    The Malaysian ringgit is currency for Malaysia. was pegged to the U.S. dollar from 1998 to 2005.
  8. Term Auction Facility - TAF

    The Term Auction Facility is a monetary policy program designed to increase liquidity in U.S. credit markets.
  9. Kiwi

    Traders often refer to the New Zealand dollar as the kiwi.
  10. TWD (New Taiwan Dollar)

    The New Taiwan dollar has been the currency in Taiwan since 1949.
  11. Dollar Drain

    A dollar drain is essentially a trade deficit.
  12. Forex Account

    Opening a forex account is the first step to becoming a forex trader.
  13. Soft Money

    Soft money is unregulated donations to political parties for general "party-building" purposes, not the support of a particular ...
  14. How Do You Use a Back-to-Back Loan?

    Back-to-back loans—or parallel loans—are a financial move used by companies to curb currency risk.
  15. Series 4

    The Series 4 is an exam and securities license entitling the holder to supervise options sales personnel and compliance issues. ...
  16. LKR (Sri Lankan Rupee)

    The Sri Lankan rupee became a decimal currency in 1871.
  17. Credit Easing

    Credit easing is used to relieve a market going through turmoil.
  18. Exposure Netting

    Exposure netting is a method of hedging currency risk by offsetting exposure in one currency with exposure in the same or ...
  19. Euro

    The euro is the official currency of 19 members of the European Union.
  20. Revaluation Rates

    Revaluation rates, or "reval rates" are periodically fixed rates to revalue the profit or value of a forex position or portfolio ...
  21. Major Pairs

    Major pairs are the most traded foreign exchange currency pairs.
  22. Cross-Currency Settlement Risk

    When payments in foreign currencies are made they come with cross-currency settlement risk.
  23. How does inflation affect the exchange rate between two nations?

    Countries attempt to balance interest rates and inflation, but the interrelationship between the two is complex and can influence ...
  24. South African Reserve Bank

    The South African Reserve Bank is the central bank of South Africa.
  25. Dear Money

    Dear money is money that is expensive to obtain due to high interest rates.
  26. RUB (Russian Ruble)

    The Russian Ruble (RUB) is the currency of Russia and is the second oldest national currency behind the British pound stirling.
  27. The International Fisher Effect: An Introduction

    The Fisher models have the ability to illustrate the expected relationship between interest rates, inflation and exchange ...
  28. Beware of these Five Bitcoin Scams

    We look at five bitcoin scams and how to protect yourself from fraud.
  29. Average Rate of Return for Day Traders

    A look into the question of day trader earnings and factors that play a role in trading success.
  30. How did mercantilism affect the colonies of Great Britain?

    Read about the effects of British mercantilism on the economy and well-being of its imperial colonies, especially the American ...
  31. What is Money?

    Money: It's a part of everyone's life, and we all want it, but do you know how it gains value and how it was created?
  32. Liquidity Of Bitcoins

    Liquid markets are easy to exit; illiquid markets can put traders in a tough spot. Here are the main factors affecting the ...
  33. The Easy Way To Measure Bitcoin's Fair Market Value: A Do-It-Yourself Guide

    How do you determine the fair market value of a currency that has appreciated faster than the shares of even the hottest ...
  34. Hedging Transaction

    A hedging transaction is a position that an investor enters to offset the risks related to another position she holds.
  35. How Forex Brokers Make Money

    Forex brokers set their prices based on commission, spread, or a combination of both. Traders have to be cautious in the ...
  36. Is Ethereum More Important Than Bitcoin?

    Ethereum's market capitalization is only about a third of Bitcoin, but some think it is gaining ground fast.
  37. Indian Rupee - INR

    The Indian Rupee (INR) is the currency of India.
  38. Trade the Forex Markets Without the Forex Risk

    It’s the world’s largest market, by far, with $3-5 trillion traded every day.
  39. Top 3 British Pound ETFs

    If you're betting on a recovery after Brexit, you might want to consider these British pound ETFs.
  40. How Did John Rusnak Lose $691M in a Bank Fraud?

    Rusnak kept his losses hidden by using options and a higher level forex contract.
  41. Technical Analysis: Triple Tops and Bottoms

    Triple and double tops and bottoms may be tough to spot but can be powerful patterns.
  42. Money Zero Maturity - MZM

    Money of Zero Maturity (MZM) is all funds that are readily available and redeemable at par value.
  43. Spread Indicator

    The difference between the bid and ask price is known as the spread indicator.
  44. Counter Currency

    The counter currency is the second currency in a quoted currency pair.
  45. Authorized Forex Dealer

    An authorized forex dealer is a regulated company to transact forex through.
  46. Why Is Bitcoin's Value So Volatile?

    Bitcoin's value fluctuates due to a confluence of factors, including media hype and perceived value.
  47. Bitcoin Vs. Litecoin: What's The Difference?

    Litecoin is often referred to as "the silver to Bitcoin's gold." But what is Litecoin, and how does it compare to its more ...
  48. Redenomination

    The process of changing the value of ones currency is known as redenomination.
  49. Corporate Currency Risks Explained

    Corporate currency risks include transaction, translation and economic risks.
  50. NZD/USD (New Zealand Dollar/U.S. Dollar)

    The NZD is the currency of New Zealand. Factors such as general market sentiment and dairy prices are two factors that can ...
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