Fair Value strategy made use of in various financial markets. In the forex market, the fair value of a currency is determined based on the economic situation in a country. In order to use this forex strategy, traders must have an understanding about a few basic related to the economy, especially the GDP growth of the two economies whose currencies they plan to buy and sell. Other aspects to be considered include the unemployment rate and the inflation data.
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Arbitrage is based on the premise of the forex trader trying to make a gain from small differences (of the currency) that exist either in the same or different markets. This is primarily a form of speculation. Identifying the right conditions and employing this strategy is not an easy task. Arbitrage strategy best market participants who have best technology systems and have quickest access to information. Arbitrage is best employed when the same currency has two different prices.
For example we have 2 really popular free systems (3 Pigs and PAST). Many people are successful using them adapted to their own style of trading. It is highly likely not one of them would ever have the exact same entries as we (the authors) do but they can and will be as successful by using and applying the principles in a manner suitable to them. E.g. one of the strategies is a 4 Hour MTF strategy where the original system states a Trailing Stop based on an MA with an open Target. One trader is now using this very successfully (and reports the trades on Babypips) us...
Trend-following systems require a particular mindset, because of the long duration—during which time profits can disappear as the market swings—these trades can be more psychologically demanding. When markets are volatile, trends will tend to be more disguised and price swings will be greater. Therefore, a trend-following system is the best trading strategy for Forex markets that are quiet and trending.