Foreign exchange trading, also known as "FOREX" or "FX", is a process of exchanging one foreign currency into the other, that is, a foreign exchange trading mode in which one currency in the portfolios of currencies is bought in while the other kind of currency is sold out. The exchange rate of various currencies in the international market fluctuates frequently, and transactions are carried out in the form of currency pairs, such as EUR/USD or USD/JPY. Unlike stocks or futures, foreign exchange trading has no trading center. Foreign exchange trading is conducted via telephone or electronic networks.
Any over-the-counter foreign exchange trading has certain risks, including but not limited to leverage, credit reliability, limited legal protection, and market turbulence factors that may greatly affect the price or trading volume of currency pairs. The leverage ratio has a two-way amplified action. For one thing, it increases the investor's trading quota and doubles the return on investment; for another, it also increases the risk of investors suffering greater losses. Therefore, please carefully consider your investment objectives, experience level and risk tolerance before deciding to participate in foreign exchange trading. Please do not make investment without careful consideration if you cannot afford the loss.