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At $4 Trillion A Day, And At 50X Leverage, Fx Trading Volume (And Risk) Dwarfs That Of Equities And Treasuries

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how do you buy money with no money?

I suppose, it appears they mean they buy a derivative of real money.

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What's the worst that can happen to you in FX? As long as you're prepared to emigrate, you can't lose! :lol:

Yup yup... that is for the real stuffs. Most FX are effectively contract of differences or some sort of derivative :-)

Most FX provider imposes pretty strict margin enforcement though so don't really see these stuffs blowing up At peak

of the crisis, Yen was moving like 7-8% in a day and nothing blew up. Further, the central banks now have the currencies swap lines.

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how do you buy money with no money?

I suppose, it appears they mean they buy a derivative of real money.

To make money you must start with money - because you have to copy the design exactly.

(Steven Wright)

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