PESO & USD – ABITRAGE

The Philippine Peso is the currency of Philippines. Our currency rankings show that the most popular Philippines Peso exchange rate is the USD to PHPrate. The currency code for Pesos is PHP, and the currency symbol is ₱.

UNDERSTAND THE TECHNICAL & FUNDAMENTAL FIRST BEFORE JUMPING INTO A TRADE.

TECHNICAL

  • The reflects that the peso is going to be stronger moving forward.

FUNDAMENTALLY

  • With the current president leadership – foreigners are comfortable and prepares to invest here in Philippines
  • Demand for Peso is picking up quite rapidly; when demand increases so will the currency gets stronger
  • Borrowed money vs. Printing money – the current leadership took a loan rather then printing and making peso worthless like Venezuela or Zimbabwe.

HOW TO TRADE IN THE BANK

  1. Open two bank account
    • Peso Account and put 10,000 – 50,000 peso according to your ability
    • USD account and put USD 1,000
  2. Learn to read the technical chart and move your currencies
    • If the USD is going to be weak
      • Move the USD to Peso
    • If the Peso is going to Weak
      • Then move the peso to USD account

Remember this is an example – of cos if you really want to be a successful trader – you need to have at least a reasonable amount in these accounts.

There is another easier way to trade the Forex Market and that’s CFD (Contracts fro Difference) – with as little as USD100 you can already start an account start trading the FOREX Market – this is what we called using leverage to increase your ability to trade the global market. (Sounds simple but need good training and understanding of all the risk before jumping into it).

TRADE SAFELY AND ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE PROPER RISK MANAGEMENT – TP & SL’s properly done and placed…

If you want to learn Forex Trading or global currencies trading or stock market for FREE!! FOR 3 DAY’S Call Sharon @ 09199104104. to reserve a seat.

High Risk Investment Warning:

Please note that Forex and other leveraged trading involves significant risk of loss, It is not suitable for all traders and you should make sure you understand the risks involved, it is recommended that you seek an independent advice, if necessary.

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