Mastering the Currency Market: Forex Strategies for High and Low Volatility Markets

Mastering the Currency Market: Forex Strategies for High and Low Volatility Markets

by Jay Norris, Teresa Bell, Al Gaskill
     
 

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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

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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:


  • Hedging against fluctuations in currency values
  • Long-range planning and risk management
  • Techniques applicable to countertrending and low-volatility markets

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071713702
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date:
12/04/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
12 MB
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