Currencies are traded on the Foreign Exchange market, also known as Forex. This is a decentralized market that spans the globe and is considered the largest by trading volume and the most liquid worldwide. Exchange rates fluctuate continuously due to the ever changing market forces of supply and demand. Forex traders buy a currency pair if they think the exchange rate will rise and sell it if they think the opposite will happen. The Forex market remains open around the world for 24 hours a day with the exception of weekends.

Before the Internet revolution only large players such as international banks, hedge funds and extremely wealthy individuals could participate. Now retail traders can buy, sell and speculate on currencies from the comfort of their homes with a mouse click through online brokerage accounts. There are many tradable currency pairs and an average online broker has about 40. One of our most popular chats is the Forex chat where traders talk in real-time about where the market is going.
Currency Indices
Euro / U.S. Dollar
U.S. Dollar / Japanese Yen
British Pound / U.S. Dollar
Australian Dollar / U.S. Dollar
U.S. Dollar / Canadian Dollar
U.S. Dollar / Swiss Franc
Euro / British Pound
Euro / Japanese Yen
British Pound / Japanese Yen
Canadian Dollar / Japanese Yen
British Pound / Canadian Dollar
Euro / Canadian Dollar
U.S. Dollar / Swedish Krona
U.S. Dollar / Mexican Peso
U.S. Dollar / South African Rand
Euro / Turkish Lira
Euro / Norwegian Krone
British Pound / Polish Zloty
U.S. Dollar Currency Index
Euro Currency Index
Japanese Yen Currency Index
British Pound Currency Index
Australian Dollar Currency Index
Canadian Dollar Currency Index