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The FX market is considered by most traders to be the only true free market as its vast size and international presence allow it to be loosely regulated This makes FX a very "trader friendly" environment with little restrictions impeding the average trader. A key aspect of light government intervention is the ability to short on a downtick: currency traders, unlike their equity counterparts do not need to waste valu able time waiting for conditions to change before executing a trade As the chart shows, a trader looking to short OSIP would have had to wait 3 minutes and over a S1 in potential profit before getting a shod off A currency trader facing a similar situation would most likely have been able to get a short off almost immediately trading in the spot FX market
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