Making Money in Forex: Trade Like a Pro Without Giving Up Your Day Job (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 4, 2010 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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A practical guide to trading around the commitments of career and family

Making Money in Forex will help aspiring traders successfully enter this field while maintaining a job. With this book, author Ryan O'Keefe explains his own personal journey to becoming a trader and shows you how to follow a similar path.

O'Keefe describes his approach to trading and reveals his bargain hunting trading style, which is designed to capitalize on market trends. Throughout the book, O'Keefe pays a great deal of attention to trading psychology, learning to read price instead of indicators, and emphasizes that aspiring traders must find a strategy they are comfortable with and can implement with confidence.

  • Addresses how you can successfully trade around the demands of your job and personal life
  • Reveals the author's "bargain hunting" style which can be used to reduce risk and maximize profit
  • Discusses how common trade management techniques may impact overall performance
  • Provides insights into structuring trading to minimize stress

Written in a straightforward and accessible style, Making Money in Forex utilizes a conservative approach to trading that will help you build your trading competency over time.

  

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Contents

Forex versus Exchange Markets
7
Order Types
15
Earning Interest
21
Principles of a Bargain Hunter
27
Never Pay Full Price
33
Closing Bell
39
Bargain Hunting Along
109
Simple
191
Are You Really Going to Earn 100 Percent a Month?
201
The Final Closing Bell
213
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

RYAN O'KEEFE educates traders through his trading blog www.ryanokeefe.com. His blog is visited by over 1,500 traders a month and is dedicated to helping them learn to trade around their day job. O'Keefe speaks at trading seminars, hosts online webinars, provides one-on-one workshops, and writes a blog for www.fxstreet.com. He has been studying and trading the currency market for thirteen years. Today, O'Keefe trades from a quiet lake house around various interests.

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