For the past two decades, alongside the boom in the technological sector, the world has witnessed turbulence in its political situation. These are the two factors that have led the world economy to take sharp turns, while simultaneously shutting down and also introducing new avenues of opportunities for many people in the financial markets. Amidst the wave of crises, people search for high end businesses that can guarantee them security in monetary terms too.
There are several options available for the people aiming at becoming participants of the financial markets. However, the question of which career path out of forex, stock, and futures to follow still remains a heated debate for many traders.
As mentioned earlier, because of the volatility of the political and economic picture in the world, and hence the changing currency rates. The forex market has undergone a zigzag course in recent years and so has the stock market. Trading, be it stock or forex, over the years has strictly remained a domain of big financial institutions, banks and organizations whereas, it has now crossed borders and is no longer the domain of financial conglomerates only. The forex market has participants from all facets of life trading it, yet there are new investors stepping in the market arena of both kinds of trading that would like to be enlightened about all aspects of both markets.
The following infographic is a work of www.pacforex.com to illustrate a comparison between the stock market and forex market and draw a clear sketch for participants to select the right course of trading for themselves.