Currency Trade, CFDs Trade, FX Trade - These terms mean the same thing and FX is just the short form of the word Forex. As a matter of fact, there are terms used to describe the exchange of one currency for another. These products are not offered by CTTIF. CTTIF offers Derivative Commercial Contracts. It is important to note that dealing in Derivative Commercial Contracts does not involve exchanging one currency for another. There are many examples of exchanging currencies as it is applicable in CFDs trading. For example, a trader who is involved in exchanging the United States Dollar USD for British Pounds means that the trader is making money off the exchange of both currencies. In the foreign exchange market, the USD/GBP trading will mean buying the Pounds while at the same time selling U.S Dollars. The variation in the exchange between these currency pairs is what makes the trader smile home with some profit. Derivative Contracts proposed by CTTIF are based on various underlying notionals.
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There are other currency exchanges that happen in the forex market apart from the U.S Dollar to British Pounds trading. For example, there is Euro to U.S Dollar exchange which simply means buying U.S dollar while simultaneously selling the Euro for profit. Others include Euro to British Pounds exchange, U.S Dollar to Canadian Dollar exchange, U. S Dollar to Japanese Yen exchange among others.
However, it is important to understand that currencies are always traded in the form of currency pairs because in CFDs trading, two currencies are always involved as seen in the examples above. The most important thing for traders is to understand the dynamics of the market and trade any of the currency pairs which can maximize their profit potential. Besides, these currencies traded in form of currency pairs have their prices determined based on the exchange rate offered by the dealers in the CFDs trading market.