What you'll learn:
- Build a basic FX arbitrage model in excel, construct a hedge and obtain a broad overview of market participants, geographic context, turnover data
By taking the Foreign Exchange (FOREX) landscape course you will have a better understanding of
The various currency pairs and their volumes
The turnover and importance ofcore trading centers
Various market participants and theirimportance in influencingFX price action
Understand the basic Math required for pricing FX transactions
Basic principles of Technical Analysis
Basic principles of Fundamental Analysis
Basic concepts of the banking system
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** This course contains sections from"Trading in an Investment Bank Series", which is a comprehensive course containing
The complete FX Math
Technical Analysis and Money Management - Best Practices
Fundamental Analysis - A Step by StepImplementation
Money Management Strategies
The Federal Reserve Bank's Monetary Policy
Rather than deep diving right into the intricacies ofFXtrading -spot, FX swaps, outright forwards,fundamentals, technicals, money management etc. it might be a better idea to first build on a framework or context within which we can form trading strategies. Understanding the FX Landscape will provide you with that context. By learning how thegeography of trading centers, timezones, liquidity providers influence the FX spot prices understanding technical analysis and trading patterns becomes much simpler.
In addition to the theoretical aspect of trading, by the end of this course you will also get a hands on experience on how abasic hedge is performed and how a simple arbitrage is performed.
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