move slower. For example, a trader has opened long positions on both currency pairs. Statistically measured by performance, currency pairs are given so called "correlation coefficients" from 1 to -1. Some currencies tend to move in the same direction, some in opposite. Since they move in opposite directions, if EUR/USD is making some losses, the other pair will go in profit. Splitting the orders will preserve trader's positions from sudden losing rallies (sudden "jumps" in price and as these currencies move not 100 identical a trader will have some time to react adequately. On the other hand, profits here are not large either. A correlation of 1 means two currency pairs will move in the same direction 100 of the time. For instance, knowing that EUR/USD and USD/CHF move inversely near-perfectly, there would be no point to go short on both positions as they eventually cancel each other (loss profit).
GBP/USD and USD/JPY, gBP/USD and USD/CHF, aUD/USD and USD/CAD. Examples of same direction moving currency pairs formation trading matières premières msc are: EUR/USD and GBP/USD, eUR/USD and NZD/USD, uSD/CHF and USD/JPY. For instance, AUD/USD and EUR/USD pairs have the correlation coefficient of about.70 which means that pairs are moving mostly in the same direction but not as perfect (which is what we need here). Another option would be to diversify risks in trade. Lets' take the same pairs: EUR/USD and USD/CHF.
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