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Old 09-07-2019, 06:09
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Most Volatile Currency Pairs of 2019



Want to start Forex Trading but don’t know which forex pairs you need to focus for profit? Nobody can give this answer correctly as it depends upon the trader’s knowledge about that currency pair and the volatility of currency pairs. You need to take the time to analyze different pairs against your own strategy, to determine which are the best Forex pairs to trade on your own account.

What Volatility Refers to?
Volatility is a term used to indicate the change in trading price of pairs in a specific period of time. Greater the scope of price variation, greater volatility is considered to be there. The volatility of a pair is measured by calculating the standard movement away of its returns. The standard difference is a measure of how widely values are dispersed from the average value (the mean).

The importance of volatility for traders
Being aware of a trading product's volatility is important for every trader, as different levels of volatility are better suited to certain tricks and psychologies. For example, a Forex trader looking to progressively develop his funds without taking on a lot of risk would be advised to choose a currency pair with lower volatility. On the other hand, a risk-seeking trader would look for a currency pair with higher volatility in order to cash in on the superior price differentials that volatile pair offers.

What affects the volatility of currency pairs?
Currency pairs are affected by following factors or events:
• Economic or Market Related Events
• Change in Interest Rate of a Country
• Drop in Commodity Prices
The degree of volatility is generated by different aspects of the paired currencies and their economies. Moreover drivers of volatility include inflation, government debt, and current account deficits; the political and economic stability of the country whose currency is in play will also influence FX volatility. As well, currencies not regulated by a central bank - such as Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies - will be more volatile since they are inherently speculative.
According to the chart we come to the point that GBP/NZD is the most volatile currency pair of 2019.
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