finder.com.au Money Podcast #32: Daniel Byrne from easyMarkets gives us an introduction to forex trading

Marc Terrano 24 July 2017 NEWS

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This week on the podcast we welcome Daniel Byrne, Chief Operating Officer at easyMarkets to chat to us about the basics of investing in currencies on the foreign exchange market.

In the chat we covered the basics of forex trading, its risks and the growing role of crypto currencies such as bitcoin in the forex scene. We also touched on recent Aussie dollar movements and what causes our dollar to become stronger or weaker. We also touched on the easyMarkets platform and how they make it easier for beginners to learn about forex trading.

Also on the show Adam, Liz and Marc talk about the soaring Aussie dollar, Australian funeral costs, the eight home loan rate rises some are expecting in the future, erroneous tweets from the ASX and video game pods for bored husbands.

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