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    Trade ETFs (Exchange-Traded Funds)

    How ETFs Work

    KEY FINDINGS

    An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is a pooled investment vehicle with shares that can
    be bought or sold throughout the day on a stock exchange at a market-determined
    price.
    Like a mutual fund, an ETF offers investors a proportionate share in a pool of
    stocks, bonds, and other assets.

    Generally, the price at which an ETF trades on a stock exchange is a close
    approximation to the market value of the underlying securities that it holds in
    its portfolio.

    Example, when you trade ETF on SPY - you trade S&P 500 index.


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    A stock is not so much interesting because at a time cannot buy or sell and market not so much dynamic. But the forex market is a dynamic and most volatile market here risk-reward high than a stock market. Also in stock market ups and down not same as forex market. I buy a stock four years ago at about 1$ now its price 0.01 cent. So i now shift to forex and try to understand its working manual in order to income extra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ict2014 View Post
    A stock is not so much interesting because at a time cannot buy or sell and market not so much dynamic. But the forex market is a dynamic and most volatile market here risk-reward high than a stock market. Also in stock market ups and down not same as forex market. I buy a stock four years ago at about 1$ now its price 0.01 cent. So i now shift to forex and try to understand its working manual in order to income extra.
    [lang=ar]Why we are seeing it at one-sided look. What if you were the first seller of this stock? Imagine how much profit you were getting. Trading in the stock market is also profitable but not as fast as the profit in the Forex market, but also the risk level in Forex is very large[/lang]

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    I'm curious to know, what exactly is the significant difference between exchange traded funds (ETF) and Foreign Exchange.
    How exactly does the Exchange Traded Fund work.
    I mean, in FOREX, currency pairs are traded, predicting high and low prices and profit is made.
    But in ETF, what is traded, which exchange is it listed, how is profit made and is it a better alternative to Forex..

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    its so easy to earn money with stocks markets, becuse its so easy to use or to tread, the main reson is it that we are free to use and we can use it any where that we like and from any where that we life we can use and its very good for us .

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    its so easy to earn money with stocks markets, because its so easy to use or to tread, the main reason is it that we are free to use and we can use it anywhere that we like and from anywhere that we live we can use and its very good for us. so if some ask my choise i will perfer and i comment to use stokes markets for a great and usfull treading in our widworld for better life.

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