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Acquire the Tools, Techniques, and Strategies Needed to
Successfully Trade Currencies in the Lucrative Forex Market
Profiting with Forex is today's most comprehensive guide to the enormous potential of Forex, the world's largest market. This expertly written resource explains how the global foreign exchange market works…which investing tools, techniques, and strategies have been used with great success in this market…and how you can generate profits in Forex, whether the other markets are up or down.
From the basic characteristics of the Forex market…to the full range of sophisticated investing methods, Profiting with Forex provides practical tips and guidelines for trading in this fast-paced world. This expert reference describes how businesses use Forex and shows how that experience can benefit both individual and institutional investors.
Profiting with Forex features:
entry, profit potential, and 24-hour trading
market to oil prices and breaking news
interest rates, S&P 500, and balance of trade
Written in clear, down-to-earth language, Profiting with Forex will equip you with the investment skills needed to reap huge rewards in the almost unlimited foreign exchange market.
Profiting with Forex introduces investors to all the advantages of the global foreign exchange market and shows them how to capitalize on it. Readers will learn why Forex is the perfect supplement to stock and bond investing …why it is unrivaled in terms of protection, profit potential, and ease of use…and how it can generate profits, whether the other markets are up or down.
Written by two leading Forex experts, this complete investing resource uses basic economic principles, solid technical analysis, and lots of common sense to develop an arsenal of tools and techniques that will lead to winning results in the lucrative foreign exchange marketplace. Profiting with Forex includes everything that investors need to know about:
entry, profit potential, tax incentives, 24-hour trading, no commissions,
increased leverage, and guaranteed stops
including “pip,” “currency pair,” “contract” or “lot,” and more
emerged out of a changing global financial landscape and continues to
change and adapt within that same volatile landscape
government, inflation, the U.S. stock market, China and other emerging
markets, oil, and breaking news
rates, Treasury International Capital Data, Consumer Price Index,
S&P 500, U.S. dollar vs. Chinese yuan, balance of trade, crude oil futures,
and news media
such as moving averages, oscillating indicators such as, stochastics,
Commodity Channel Index, Relative Strength Index and Fibonacci analysis
Filled with over 150 illustrations and figures, Profiting with Forex also shows investors how to combine their newly acquired knowledge of Forex fundamentals with proven trading techniques that can generate great rewards in the market.
About the Authors
John Jagerson, CTA, is Vice President of Content for INVESTools, the leader in the investor education industry. Mr. Jagerson writes weekly columns for INVESTools on active trading in Forex, equities, options, and futures, which he also actively trades.
S. Wade Hansen, CTA, is also a managing principal at Ouroboros Capital Management, LLC-where he created the firm's proprietary trading system. His articles have appeared in Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, BusinessWeek's Investor Education program, and CNBC's Investor Education program.
|Ch. 1||Profiting with Forex||1|
|Ch. 2||Basic lingo lesson||37|
|Ch. 3||How the Forex market works||43|
|Ch. 4||Genesis and growth of the Forex market||51|
|Ch. 5||Fundamental analysis tools||67|
|Ch. 6||The U.S. government||71|
|Ch. 8||The U.S. stock market||101|
|Ch. 11||Breaking news||147|
|Ch. 12||Seesaw of supply and demand||155|
|Ch. 13||Technical analysis tools||165|
|Ch. 14||Support, resistance, and fibonacci||175|
|Ch. 15||Putting it all together - trading techniques||213|
|Ch. 16||Money management||239|
|Ch. 17||Getting started||249|
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