All About Forex Trading

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 17, 2011 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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Currency trading techniques you can bank on!

Forex trading can be remarkably lucrative—and complex, confusing, and risky. Too many investors dive right into Forex, suffering big losses. If you want to trade currencies successfully, read this book, take your time, and plan accordingly. The $4 trillion Forex market will be waiting.

All About Forex Trading walks you through everything you need to know to make currency trading a vibrant part of your diversified portfolio and generate handsome returns—regardless of what is happening to stocks and bonds. Whether your investing style is conservative or aggressive, this no-nonsense guide has what you need to build a powerful Forex trading strategy. Learn all there is to know about:

  • What (and who) drives currency prices
  • Investment vehicles for Forex trading
  • Technical analysis techniques
  • Key fundamental indicators
  • Navigating the economic calendar
  • All the traded currencies—from the Americas to Europe to Asia

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I'm trading forex for the last 2 years, I wanted to read and learn more about forex trading technical. About indicators,entry and exit points ..etc.
This book will give you NOTHING, all this book is
about naming the obvious that you can find on the Internet... there is not one thing there that worth to buy the book. I made this mistake, but you can avoid it.
No value for someone who trading for few months or more.


Chapter 1 Forex Basics
Chapter 2 What Drives Currency Prices

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About the author (2011)

John Jagerson and S. Wade Hansen are the founders of Learning Markets, which helps individual investors take control of their investment portfolios. They are also the authors of All About Investing in Gold and Profiting with Forex.

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