Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Foreign Currency Trading: From the Fundamentals to the Fine Points

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The opportunities for unmatched returns and investment protection in the brave new world of foreign currency investing are second to none. In Foreign Currency Trading, financial executives Russell Wasendorf, Sr., and Russell Wasendorf, Jr., describe foreign currency trading in plain terms, and help you understand the risks, benefits, and operational requirements that you will need to take advantage of this market’s tremendous potential. Look to Foreign Currency Tr… More >>

Foreign Currency Trading: From the Fundamentals to the Fine Points

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5 Responses to “Foreign Currency Trading: From the Fundamentals to the Fine Points”
  1. Howard M. Britton says:

    Well when i grow up i to be Russell R Wasendorf, whether sr. or jr. I think these two are the greatest salesmen around. I bought a wonderful book which adorns my bookcase and adds colour and life to my room. Whats more is that i found the same book in my brother’s home. Thinking he ‘borrowed’ it I asked him, He replied saying he ‘invested’ in it and it works well as a sleep aide . Seriously some points for beginners are reasonably covered but most of the book was a waste of time, paper and resources. There were no Fine points covered in the book to memory but if there were it was lost in the dribble.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. Romello Jones says:

    This book contains a lot of useless information concerning the world of Foreign Currency Trading. For example, useless graphs which take up the majority of the book, a chapter dedicated to describing law cases which involved foreign exchange trading, and pointless facts. This book is just as informative and useful as a mailing sent by some boiler room brokerage firm that is trying to solicit business from you. In my opinion….KEEP THE CHILDREN’S BOOKS IN THE SECTION WHERE THEY BELONG!!!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Robert Goodman says:

    As other reviews pointed out, this book is really bad. There isn’t any useful contents inside. No matter you are a student, trader or investor , you won’t find anything helpful. No one should bother to read it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Anonymous says:

    As others have said clearly, this book is a waste of trees, ink and the time of its reader. The “authors” should be ashamed of such blatant hucksterism and poor description of even the most basic aspects of trading. Even if you are a neophyte, look somewhere else.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. R. Irons says:

    I was looking for a basic book teaching the concepts and trading practices and fundamentals. This book has a lot to say about none of the topics needed to help someone become a trader. If you are looking to have someone trade your account you might be helped by it. There are a lot better books out there “Getting Started in Currency Trading” is a fine example. This is the best buy for the money when you are done reading it you will be much better informed to move ahead. Getting Started in Currency Trading: Winning in Todays Hottest Marketplace (Getting Started In…..)
    Rating: 1 / 5

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