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Lehman Brothers, 130 Pages
In this Forex training manual, Lehman Brothers teaches its traders everything they need to know about Forex - spot, futures, options and swaps. This is an essential read and reference document if you are new to Forex or which to brush up on your skills and understanding. This training manual also comes with practice questions.
John J. Murphy, 282 Pages, 1991
Trading strategies for the global stock, bond, commodity and currency markets.
Grace Cheng, 256 Pages, 2011
The author highlights seven Forex trading strategies designed for different market conditions. This book also sheds light on how the Forex market works and how trading in the direction of institutional activity can give you a competitive edge. Grace Cheng is an investor, Forex trader and co-founder of DailyMarkets.com.
A Guide to Strategic Forex Trading Free For Beginners
Orbex Securities, 14 Pages
Orbex covers 7 essential Forex trading strategies: day trading, scalping, news trading, hedging, momentum trading, swing trading and trend trading. It introduces each strategy, before outlining its pros and cons.
Brian Dolan, Kathleen Brooks, 343 Pages, 2015
Currency Trading For Dummies is a hands-on guide that explains how the Forex markets work and how you can become part of it. It touches on currency trading conventions, terminology, the characteristics of successful traders and risk management rules to protect your capital.
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Kathy Lien, 307 Pages, 2009
The third edition of Day Trading and Swing Trading the Currency Market describes technical and fundamental trading strategies to help you succeed in the Forex market. It touches on inter-market relationships, interest rate differentials, option volatilities and news trading. The author also covers the best time to trade currencies and the unique characteristics of certain currency pairs.
Forex Trading For Individual Investors Free For Beginners
SEC.gov, 4 Pages, 2011
In this factsheet, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission touches on the unique characteristics of the Forex market, and draws attention to its inherent risks. It explains why leverage matters, and how it can bring about losses that exceed your entire investment (in the absence of negative balance protection).
Stephen Harmston, 66 Pages, 1998
This academic paper is a must-read for anyone interested in gold\'s purchasing power, its total return and place of a diversifier in your investment portfolio, over long periods of time.
MetaQuotes, 65 Pages
Kathy Lien, 197 Pages, 2011
The Little Book of Currency Trading explains how you can make the most of opportunities possible in the Forex market, from short-term price swings to long-term trends. It also highlights specific instruments that can help you achieve success, such as currency-based ETFs.
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National Futures Association, 24 Pages, 2010
In this factsheet, the National Futures Association highlights issues you should consider before trading Forex. It helps you answer simple questions such as how much money you should invest, how to calculate your profit and close a trade. It also highlights risks that are specific to Forex trading.
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