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Crowd Psychology and its relationship with the FOREX Market

Discussion in 'Beginners Bootcamp' started by ravstar84, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. ravstar84

    ravstar84 Recruit

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    Hi all im a newbie to the whole FOREX market game

    I am currently researching for my final year paper. The question i have formed is

    "Exploring the dynamics of crowd psychology and and its relationship with the Foreign Exchange Derivatives Market"

    The only thing Is i dont have a case study to base my research on.

    I have found out that Interbank market caters for most of the market and accounts for 53 per cent of all transactions, After that is the smaller investment banks and only 2% of forex retail brokers.

    The most traded pairs on the FOREX market are

    EUR/usd 28 %
    USD/JPY 18%
    GBP/USD 14 %


    can anyone help me formulate objectives and aims for this project i would be very greatful

    Thank you for your insight

    Ravi Simbodyal
    Middlesex University, London, UK.
    Business Management BA
     
  2. Cyclon

    Cyclon Company Representative

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    google this

    hi ravi,

    welcome to the endless debate.

    try a search on this term: socionomics

    hope that helps
     
  3. Lhar_fpa

    Lhar_fpa Private, 1st Class

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    Sounds pretty hard, you really making a serious research for your study.
    But what do you mean by "Exploring the dynamics of crowd psychology and its relationship with the Foreign Exchange Derivatives Market"? Your title is very complicated, but anyway you have to ask people who are engage in forex trading, and ask people who are not into this trading then try to differentiate.

    I hope my suggestions hep you.

    Regards.
     

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