Exotic Currencies Boost Emerging Country Growth

Although G-10 currencies such as the U.S. dollar, euro and yen dominate much of the trading activity in today’s markets, smaller, more exotic currencies can offer additional investment opportunities.

An exotic currency is a currency that is not commonly traded in the foreign exchange market. Exotic currencies are usually from developing countries such as parts of Asia, the Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Most of these currencies are not easy to trade because the market does not have the same amount of action for exotic currency as it does for main currencies. They lack market depth and trade at low volumes.

The relative lack of activity in the exotic currency market means the currencies can have a high cost and can carry a high risk. High risk creates opportunities for high profits and there are many forex traders willing to chance these risks. …

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