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Make Volatility and Risk Work for You with Forex Trading!
“This book should be in every trader/investor’s library. As we come out of this depressed market . . . this book can be your companion, helping you avoid mistakes and enhance your trading/investment program.”
―Bill M. Williams, author of Trading Chaos
“Whether you’re just getting started trading the world’s most exciting financial market, or you’re looking to add to your trading edge, [the authors] have written an engaging book packed with powerful techniques that you can use right now.”
―Rob Booker, trader, author, educator, and founder and host of TraderRadio.net
Forex traders perform exceptionally well in highly volatile, risky, and active markets. And with the leveling out of international markets and the increase in competition this breeds, dramatic growth is virtually assured―so now is the time to enter this exciting and lucrative market.
Mastering the Currency Market walks you through all the steps for entering the market with the confidence and smarts you need. It provides a solid foundation on the basics of foreign exchange, then examines more advanced topics, such as:
Jay Norris is a senior market strategist and trading instructor for BrewerFX in Chicago. He worked on the trading floor of the Chicago Board of Trade throughout the 1980s and 1990s in various roles before moving to the customer side of the business in 2001. He has published several articles about trading in Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine.
Al Gaskill is an independent trader, an instructor, and a principal in Brewer Investment Group.
Teresa Bell is an educator for www.Trading-u.com.
Best book on trading Ive read by far. Was so impressed by the book that I also purchased the authors 101 training course, which has firmly put me on the path to consistent... Read morePublished on April 26, 2010 by Christopher Davis
This may be the best forex book I've ever read. The reason is it has practical, clear and straightforward techniques and examples. Read morePublished on April 17, 2010 by TheSimonCowellofbookreviews
I recently started studying with Jay Norris and his currency trading method. Previously I had 5 years of currency trading education but was not as successful with the methods I had... Read morePublished on February 14, 2010 by Ramona Renner
This book taught me that trading can be simple if one is disciplined and patient. It is about patiently letting a candle close before taking the signal. Read morePublished on February 10, 2010 by Nazira Jamani
I'm glad I took my friends advice and bought this book. I started out trading commodities over the phone in the 1980's and like a lot of other traders I moved to the screen, and... Read morePublished on February 8, 2010 by Ty Lansig
It was a good book and reminds me to stick to the basics of trend lines and candlestick behavior. The "Preface" was very good. Chapter 9 "Quantifying Trend" was good. Read morePublished on November 21, 2009 by D. Takamora