Foreign Exchange Market
The global foreign exchange (forex) market has ballooned in recent decades as more and more economies liberalise their capital accounts. The Basel-based Bank for International Settlements said average daily turnover in global forex markets was an estimated US$3.98 trillion as of April 2010.
Best websites for avoiding investment scams
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Today's foreign exchange volatility has attracted traders of all kinds. The site advises on telltale signs of rip-off forex investment products. The 'What to look for' section describes how forex scams can be sprung on investors, and the typical techniques used for the deception. A beginner's section takes novices through the entire forex trading process. Broker reviews help you find a trustworthy firm that suits your investment style.
This site covers the entire landscape of international scams and helps investors sort out the urban legends from the latest organised rip-off. Regular features focus on the newest schemes to defraud investors. It fraud originating from the internet or sales calls, and has extended analysis of investment fakes for collectibles. A 'scam check station' details new tricks and shows how to dissect a suspicious deal.