EURJPY is the ticker symbol for Euro vs Japanese Yen. EURJPY is a Forex CFD. The EUR/JPY currency pairing is a representation of the amount of Japanese Yen (JPY) that can be bought for every Euro (EUR).
The standard contract size for EURJPY is 100000 with max lots of 1000 tradeable in 0.01 lot increments.
The minimum trade size for EURJPY is 0.01
You analyze the EURJPY forex pair the same as any other market, by a combination of technical analysis, trend analysis, and any pertinent fundamental analysis or information that is available. You should think of the EUR as the "anti-JPY", as if the JPY is soft, it generally means that there is a strengthening EUR, and vice versa.
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One Forex point is normally = to 1000 unit of base currency. For instance, one Forex point of EURJPY is = to 1000 EUR.
The EURJPY currency pair is one of the most popular among traders. One of the reasons for this popularity is that the pair is highly liquid, which means that it can be easily bought and sold without incurring large spreads. Additionally, the pair is also relatively volatile, providing ample opportunities for profit.
One of the most basic EURJPY trading strategies is the breakout strategy. This strategy relies on detecting breakouts—that is, moments when the price of the currency pair suddenly spikes in either direction. When such a breakout occurs, the trader can enter into a position in the direction of the breakout and ride the ensuing trend for profits.
There are a few ways to detect breakouts. One way is to look for moments when the price breaks out of a well-defined range. Another way is to look for moments when one of the moving averages (e.g., 20-day simple moving average) crosses over another (e.g., 50-day simple moving average).
When implementing this strategy, it is important to place stop-loss orders so as to limit downside risks in case the breakout turns out to be false. A false breakout occurs when the price spikes in one direction but then quickly returns back into its previous range.
Another popular EURJPY trading strategy is known as the pullback strategy. This strategy takes advantage of retracements, which are small corrections that occur within a larger trend. After detecting a strong uptrend or downtrend, the trader can enter into a position in anticipation of a small retracement and then exit at a higher point (for an uptrend) or lower point (for a downtrend).
There are many ways to detect retracements. One way is to look for candlestick patterns such as head and shoulders or inverted head and shoulders formations. Another way is to use Fibonacci ratios such as 23%, 38%, or 62%.
The stop-loss placement is critical when using this strategy because it determines how much downside risk the trader is willing to take. A common stop-loss placement method is to place it just below (for an uptrend) or just above (for a downtrend) the recent swing low/high point.
These are just two examples of EURJPY trading strategies that beginners can use to get started. As with all trading strategies, it is important to test them out on a demo account before implementing them with real money. Additionally, it is also important to have strict risk management rules in place so as to protect your capital from unexpected market moves.
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