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Futures are financial contracts obligating the buyer to purchase an asset (or the seller to sell an asset), such as a physical commodity or a financial instrument, at a predetermined future date and price. The future date is referred to as the delivery date or final settlement date, and the price is referred to as the futures price or the agreed upon delivery price. Futures markets are most commonly used for commodities, such as agricultural products, grains, energy commodities, and metals, but they can also be used for stocks and other financial instruments. With futures trading, investors can gain exposure to a variety of different asset classes and have greater flexibility in allocating capital within their portfolios.

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History and Origins of Forex Trading: A Historical Overview

Forex, known as Foreign Exchange, is an over-the-counter market for trading currencies. It is the world’s largest and most liquid financial market, with an average daily trading volume of more than $5 trillion. Forex trading has been around since ancient times, when different currencies were exchanged between nations. But the modern foreign exchange market began in the 19th century, when countries gradually switched to the gold standard. The growth of electronic execution platforms and the availability of sophisticated trading software allowed more forex traders to join the market. Now, anyone can join the forex market, with access to global markets, low-cost trading and greater liquidity. Trading forex can be an exciting activity for traders, offering the potential to make profits from movements in currency exchange rates.

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