When you exchange forex, you're adequately getting the principal currency in the pair to purchase or sell the subsequent currency. With a US$5-trillion-a-day market, the liquidity is profound to the point that liquidity suppliers—the enormous banks, essentially—enable you to exchange with leverage. To exchange with leverage, you basically put in a safe spot the required edge for your exchange size. In case you're trading 200:1 leverage, for instance, you can exchange $2,000 in the market while just putting aside $10 in the edge in your trading account.