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[Business] - RBI Intervenes More In Forex Forwards Than Spot For Second Straight Month

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[Business] - RBI Intervenes More In Forex Forwards Than Spot For Second Straight Month | NDTV

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South Korea may ease banks' forex forward rules in face of capital outflow

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So I am a new mom, and have been both dreading and looking forward to the moment the MLM huns find me. But last night, IT HAPPENED. A boss babe from forex slid into my dms. So now, I am asking for help. How should I respond!!

So I am a new mom, and have been both dreading and looking forward to the moment the MLM huns find me. But last night, IT HAPPENED. A boss babe from forex slid into my dms. So now, I am asking for help. How should I respond!! submitted by Accomplishedfailure_ to antiMLM [link] [comments]

IWantToLearn Forex Trading. What should I do? Should I take a course that costs me $2000 just for learning basic knowledges? Looking forward your advice! Thank you

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Forex Simulator | Soft4FX forward test

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Forex Simulator | Soft4FX forward test

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IMF Development Forward Forex Market

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http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1285112906745610243EUR/USD Forecast: Breaking 1.15? EU leaders near leap forward, vaccine hopes, technicals all point up https://t.co/aBMQBP0ORo— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) July 20, 2020

http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1285112906745610243EUUSD Forecast: Breaking 1.15? EU leaders near leap forward, vaccine hopes, technicals all point up https://t.co/aBMQBP0ORo— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) July 20, 2020 submitted by Red-its to forextweet [link] [comments]

http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1277427305967689729Week Forward: How enact US tariffs fill an affect on the Euro? [Video] https://t.co/8MlWN85YqA— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) June 29, 2020

http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1277427305967689729Week Forward: How enact US tariffs fill an affect on the Euro? [Video] https://t.co/8MlWN85YqA— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) June 29, 2020 submitted by Red-its to forextweet [link] [comments]

http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1275766661019205634Map forward for the US Buck https://t.co/YkwExpyoxw— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) June 24, 2020

http://twitter.com/forex_in_world/status/1275766661019205634Map forward for the US Buck https://t.co/YkwExpyoxw— FOREX IN WORLD (@forex_in_world) June 24, 2020 submitted by Red-its to forextweet [link] [comments]

A Stab at a Pricing Model for CryptoCurrency

I always felt that the definition as a currency or a collectible, etc. was inhibitory to the attempt to create a legitimate pricing model to understand the intrinsic value of any given crypto. I decided to attempt to create some sort of simplistic explanatory model to find the value of a given currency.
This conceptual formula was something I came up with on the fly and is by no means complete or even valuable. As of now I'm asking for advice and suggestions to improve it. I kept everything pretty high level as I really have no idea how to calculate most of these functions nor do I have the data to even try.
The model, as it stands now, is fairly straightforward and looks like this:
(((a + b + c - d + f + u)*v)*i)/n
where
a: some calculation of transaction costs of a given use case (unique to a given crypto e.g. cross border payments for XRP) and is probably calculated as the summation of all transaction costs without utilization of the currency less the costs of all transactions with the currency. There would also have to be some sort of market share categorical variable attached which could help to account for the impact of economies of scale, as well as standardize the values. And could help to predict how changes in market share of a given transaction category impact the value of the currency.
b: some calculation of the total storage costs associated with monies to facilitate the current system of transactions, and again, less the cost of storage of the entirety of the outstanding currency. Finding the cost of storing the non cryptocurrency monies is by far the hardest portion to estimate. For mined currencies this would have to be factored according to the anticipated releases over a certain period of time, as it would be ascending over time (frequently slowing in pace) until a hard cap was hit.
c: an abstract calculation of cost saved from time saved via crypto utilization (in dollars), possibly from wages, or perhaps from opportunity cost related to treasury yields, similar to how they're utilized in forex forward rates. I'm not really sure what to do with this one.
d: cost of the entire infrastructure used to support the currency, likely increasing over time in near term, and possibly decreasing in the long term, in some sort of parabolic(ish) shape. E: alternatively I suppose you could view the infrastructure as a held asset of a given coin which adds value and deduct maintenance.
f: some security value calculation vs an assumed alternative (in dollars), think the difference in security between holding gold vs bitcoin. No idea how the hell this would be calculated.
u: some calculation on value created in some sort of practical application usage, probably since inception, but possibly over a shorter period of time; anyway, think Sia and the value created from cloud storage.
v: some velocity calculation on the frequency of which the currency shifts hands, probably a 12 months average.
i: some weighted inflation calculation, for the world, by currency pair volume relative to a given currency, not sure how this would factor in for a spot calculation but relevant for a change over time.
n: total circulating supply of a given cryptocurrency.
I'm probably missing some important valuation criteria, again it was just what I could think of off the top of my head. I know 99% of you probably don't care, but for anyone that does I'd love any advice on more fleshed out equations or additional variables I might have overlooked.
I think valuation criteria is actually one of the largest barriers to institutional investment as when money managers don't know how to value something, they often don't feel comfortable purchasing it. So the sooner there comes some sort of consensus definition on how to find the intrinsic value in a coin, the faster I think we'll see bigger money enter the arena, and the more informed we'll all be about what exactly we have.
An interesting final note: concepts from asset valuation, currency valuation, capital ownership, and some broader economic conditions all tie into the model, which kind of makes the argument that crypto isn't able to be defined by a single definition (asset, currency, collectible, etc.) and we can see how various different pieces of different pre-established valuation criteria from a variety of things can potentially factor in to the valuation of a given currency.
E: minor tweaks to "a", a word, and removal of non value added text.
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Singapore central bank brings forward disclosure of forex intervention operations

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OANN: Singapore central bank brings forward disclosure of forex intervention operations

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Singapore central bank brings forward disclosure of forex intervention operations

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Looking for competitive brokers and low fees

Hello. I currently have an account at low fee Interactive Brokers. However, they do not have forex forwards.
Finding a proper broker using Google has turned out to be quite difficult, as its riddled with ads and "top broker" tests that are really sponsored journalism.
Does anyone know of a good broker on the level of IB which has low cost forex forwards, and perhaps international access to bonds? IB only has euro and dollar denominated bonds. I want access to it all, even greek samurai bonds.
Thanks.
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[Business] - Forex: CBN introduces longest Naira-settled Forwards contract

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[Business] - Forex: CBN introduces longest Naira-settled Forwards contract | Vanguard

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Can spot forex traders use Sec 1256 contract?

I've read a lot of material on the website Greentradertax but i wanted to see if i could get more insight on this matter here. This is where i am deriving most of my info from.
"By default, forex spot and forward contracts have Section 988 ordinary gain or loss treatment. Traders holding these forex contracts as capital assets may file an internal contemporaneous “capital gains election” pursuant to IRC § 988(a)(1)(B) to opt out of section 988 and into capital gains and loss treatment. If such an election is made, then for forex forwards — and forward-like forex contracts, including spot forex in some cases — taxpayers may use Section 1256(g) (foreign currency contract) treatment, providing it’s in major currencies for which regulated futures contracts trade on U.S. futures exchanges, and the taxpayer does not take or make delivery of the underlying currency"
https://greentradertax.com/why-do-forex-forward-dealers-issue-1099s-yet-spot-forex-brokers-do-not/
My current broker is oanda and i know they do not release any tax forms to you. I will have to use my account statement to report my taxes.
So... Can a spot Forex trader opt out of Sec988 and elect for Sec 1256 tax treatment? If so how do i do this?
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Can someone, in layman’s terms, explain to me how buying a negative yielding bond and selling Eurodollar forwards to hedge forex risk has a higher yield than US treasuries?

I’m new to forex and I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around this.
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International Forex Trading Guide: Maximizing Your Income | Global Call Forwarding

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Forex - Sterling Jumps After Johnson Says 'There is a Way Forward' for Brexit

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Hedging through Currency Futures - CA Final SFM (New ...

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