Best pair to trade ?

NVP

Legendary member
Hey gang

if You were only allowed to trade 1 pair .....what would it be and why ?

Secondly is there a pair most suited to beginners to trade ?...one that doesn't scare them off from trading forex ?

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Simionluca

Junior member
I will go for EURUSD and i think that will be good for beginners too because of these following reasons:
Highly liquid
Trendy pair
Good volatility
 

Henow1969

Well-known member
I will go for EUR/USD because it is good for beginners and it is the most popular currency pair among traders.
 

Nigul

Junior member
USD/GBP – this currency pair is quite among popular among traders since it's quite profitable but may be risky to trade for beginners.
 

mpups

Experienced member
USD/GBP – this currency pair is quite among popular among traders since it's quite profitable but may be risky to trade for beginners.
I guess you mean you have found GBP /USD the most profitable pair to trade using your approach. You can't say a currency pair "is profitable"
 

FX-PIP

Junior member
for me XAUUSD most volatility Forex Pair / Metal ... sometimes its crazy huh, but usually if you use Fibo levels and Elliot Wawes ( at this instrument they works )- you in profit with corect low risk ) love it
 

Kevin FD

Active member
traders should choose the pair which is more appropriate to the concept of trading that will be used , if love doing scalping , should choose the pair which has most lowest trading spreads.
 

hatemypips

Established member
Depends on your trading system. For example I use XAUUSD because it exhibits momentum property better than fx pairs.
 

tradingout

Junior member
MIne is USD/JPY because it can potentially create large profits by capitalizing on the daily fluctuations if you’re able to buy in at the right time.
 

HeavLeighGill

Active member
Like most of the other commenters, I prefer EURUSD. It seems to be safe and good for beginners and I've had good results doing so thus far.
 

Vladimir Rojas

Junior member
My advice to new traders and to anyone thinking of doing scalping or intraday trading is that you should consider what happens when your stop levels have to face pairs with a high spread, since you could pay a huge spread in the In case your stop loss is exceeded by the market. On the other hand, we must not forget that the broker will often charge the spread at the opening of the operation first. This is the reason why your position begins in negative at the moment of entering our operation on the platform, but of course depending on the pair it will not be the same to start an operation with 10 euros in negative with the EUR / USD pair than with 80 with the AUDNZD.
 

swissy

Senior member
Find a major fx pair that aligns with your analysis of markets and also some hedging factors - for example I will trade AUD/USD because I also trade ASX 200, similarly FTSE 100 with Cable.
 
 
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