Forex hedging: How do FX traders execute forex hedging?

ForexNewsNow | Published on August 27, 2010 at 12:45 am

Forex hedging - RBA President Glenn StevensNEW YORK (Forex News Now) – Forex hedging is the establishment of a position in a bid to offset exposure to price fluctuations in some opposite position.

For example, if FX traders wish to sell euros and buy dollars, and yet also guard against EUR/USD shooting up rapidly as well, they would engage in forex hedging by placing the relevant stop loss and take profit orders.

As such, forex hedging enables FX traders to minimize their exposure to risk, to a certain degree.

Forex hedging is often employed with regard to indicator analysis, when it is believed that realtime forex news could cause sharp movements in a currency pair’s FX rate. Forex hedging is also commonly employed in technical analysis trading.

In short, forex hedging is a useful strategy to consider when engaging in currency market trading.

Comments

Subscribe

Sign up for our Newsletter

Top Forex Brokers

CySEC/FSA Regulated
$5 Min. Deposit
Welcome bonus of $30
T&Cs apply
Social Trading
$50 Free Bonus
Old Broker
Own Trading Platform
US Traders
Social Trading

Binary Options Video