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Foreign exchange involves trading one currency for another. For example, the U.S. dollar can be traded for the euro and vice versa. These transactions take place on the foreign exchange or "Forex" market, the world's largest, most liquid market where profit/loss is based on the price differential in the currency pair between purchase and sale. This electronic network of banks, brokers, institutions and traders sees the exchange of trillions of dollars every day.
Investors can buy and sell commodities, or basic goods/raw products, through the market. Typically, diversity in commodities can help protect investors from inflation and other issues. Common examples of commodities on the market today include gold, grains, oil, copper, coffee beans and more.
An index measures the performance of securities and can be used as a benchmark to help investors compare current pricing and performance against the market as a whole to determine how their investments are doing over time. Indices can also measure interest rates, inflation, output and other financial data. Common U.S. stock indicex includes the NASDAQ, S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average, among others.
A stock, or equity, represents ownership of a fraction of a corporation. Each unit, or share, entitles the stock's owner to a portion of the company's assets and profits equal to the amount of stock owned. Stocks, which are typically bought and sold on exchanges, have historically outperformed many other types of investments.
An exchange traded fund, or ETF is an investment fund that tracks another index or asset, but is also purchased or sold on a stock exchange similar to a regular stock. Unlike mutual funds, which trade once a day after the market closes, EFT share prices fluctuate throughout the day as funds are purchased and sold. One benefit of EFTs is cost; they offer lower expense ratios and fewer broker commissions than individual stocks.
A cryptocurrency is a digital asset based on blockchain technology where "coins" are stored in a ledger protected by cryptography to enhance security. Unlike stocks, bonds and most other investment vehicles, crypto is not issued in paper form or by a central authority. Bitcoin was the first form of decentralized cryptocurrency.
Precious metals are rare metals with notable value, including gold, platinum, palladium and silver. They are often traded and used to diversify an investment portfolio. Investors can purchase precious metals through stocks, mutual funds and EFTs.

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