Forex market and stock market (stock and securities market) are two independent markets with no relation to each other. The difference between them is that on Forex market the currencies are in use, and in a stock market the stocks are bought and sold. Equity markets involve the transfer of ownership, while the currency market is run by pure speculation. Investors looking to enter the world of foreign exchange can find themselves frustrated and quickly spiraling downward, losing capital rapidly and optimism even faster. Investing in forex – whether in futures, options or spot – offers great opportunity, but it is a vastly different atmosphere than the Equity market. Even the most successful stock traders will fail miserably in forex by treating the markets similarly. But there are solutions to help investors get over the learning curve – trading courses.
IFIM Finance club had organized a gust lecture by Mr. Krishna Mohan (Sr.V.P Thomas Cook).for the final year Finance students, on the subject Multinational financial Management and Forex trading. The talk commenced with a few welcome note by Prof. Charmi Sha. Mr.Krishna gave his presentation on Functioning of Forex Market. He explained on the Practitioner’s Perspective of forex trading. Students found the session to be highly informative and useful with interaction and doubt solving. The programme came to the end with the vote of thanks processed by
Prof. Charmi Sha. The experience was memorable and gave us a lot of insights into the subject.
An Article By:
Jithin Mathew Moolayil
PGDM 13-15 Batch
IFIM Business School