Why One Should Invest In The Currency Market?

Feb-12-2021Blog by – Mr. Dhruv AjmeraRead Time: 2 Min.Word Count: 571
85Why One Should Invest In The Currency Market?

Economic uncertainty has enveloped the entire globe, and more interest has garnered around ways to increase one’s wealth. In traditional times, trading currencies were reserved to multi-national companies and big, financed investors. But today, this market has opened to the average investor.

The foreign exchange market, also known as forex, is a place where all currencies are traded. You can go to any currency trading platform in India to explore more about foreign exchange. People have opted for online currency trading for more ease of access. This market gives people opportunities to benefit from movements in the exchange rates of currencies.

Considering to invest in the currency market? Here are some benefits of forex trading to back up the thought:

  1. Diversification

Currencies can be used to diversify your money portfolio, especially if it is heavily concentrated in your country’s equities. For example, if you think the rupee will drop in the coming future, you can buy one or more currencies that you think will rise in the immediate future. The difference between currencies and stocks is that while currencies move relatively with each other, stocks move independently. The thing with currencies is that, when one rises, the other one falls.

  1. A level playing field

Another reason currencies are different than stocks is, the news of currency prices is available to everyone in the world, and there are no ‘insiders’ that provide tips to the investors. The forex market is functional 24 hours of the day, globally. Currency values are driven through actual flow of money that affects the entire country’s economy. You can also do your own personal research on how these events affect your country’s currency. Just go to any currency trading platforms in India, and have a look at how things work.

  1. Capital appreciation

Currencies are similar to stocks and commodities in a way because they offer the potential to capital appreciation. You can profit if the value of your country’s currency rises against the dollar. You will lose your money if the value of your currency falls low against the dollar.

  1. Global economic hedge

There is a developing fear that the U.S.’s financial and monetary policies will create an atmosphere of inflation and weaken the price of the dollar with time. The currency market gives you the liberty to select currencies based on how you think their relative values will change with time. You can invest in currencies of several countries at the same time and profit from the changing global economic conditions.

  1. Hedge against event and political risks

Currencies can be tactically played against each other once you come to know their value as well as the events taking place in the current world. Some examples are, interest rate liquidity, change in leadership, wars, political plays, currency re-evaluations, fiscal policy changes, recessions, tax policies, epidemics, import limitations, and so on.

Before trying to enter the forex market, try and consult with a broker who understands the market first. They can help you determine which currencies are appropriate for your portfolio. While currencies have an image of being very volatile, they actually are less volatile compared to many stocks.

Invest only if you are an experienced trader because you will be up against people who make a living through these markets. In the long-term, currencies give you an option of taking the benefits of the world’s changing events.

Also Read: Why is financial planning important for investors?

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