Getting Started in Currency Trading: Winning in Today's Forex Market

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 19, 2010 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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An accessible introduction to trading currencies

While the Foreign Exchange (Forex) market can be a very profitable place, you must have a firm understanding of how to operate within this environment if you intend on achieving any success.

That's why you need Getting Started in Currency Trading, Third Edition. This reliable resource-written for both newcomers and those with some Forex experience-puts trading world currencies in perspective, and shows you exactly what it takes to make it in this field.

  • Guides you through the process of opening your own account as well as the actual placing and managing of currency orders
  • Offers specific trading strategies and tactics
  • A companion Web site will provide updates on brokers and FOREX services; an author's Blog will answer your questions about all aspects of trading
  • Includes a new chapter on Forex trading platforms
  • The often confusing FOREX calculations are reduced to handy computer-side tables

On the heels of the recent market crash, this fully revised Third Edition is filled with in-depth insights and practical advice that takes into account all of the recent changes in the currency market and shows you how to profit from them.

 

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Contents

Chapter
3
Chapter
13
Chapter 3
21
PART 2
27
Chapter 5
37
Chapter 6
45
Chapter 7
57
Chapter 8
85
Chapter 14
179
Chapter 15
193
Chapter 16
211
Chapter 17
221
Chapter 18
227
Chapter 19
247
Chapter 20
261
Appendix A
273

Chapter 9
91
Chapter 10
101
Chapter 11
115
Chapter 12
141
Chapter 13
157
Appendix C
283
Appendix E
289
Appendix G
297
Glossary
311
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About the author (2010)

Michael Duane Archer has been an active commodity futures and Forex trader for over thirty years. He has worked in various advisory capacities, notably as a commodity trading advisor and an SEC-registered investment advisor. Archer hosts the Forex Web site, www.goodmanworks.com. He is also the author of the first two editions of Getting Started in Currency Trading, as well as Getting Started in Forex Trading Strategies, and coauthor of The Forex Chartist Companion, Charting the Major Forex Pairs, and Forex Essentials in 15 Trades, all published by Wiley.

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