Friday, May 6th, 2016

ForeX Trading for Maximum Profit: The Best Kept Secret Off Wall Street

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Take an in-depth, how-to look at Forex trading using the methods, analysis, and insights of a renowned trader, Raghee Horner. As the fate of the dollar against foreign currency generates both anxiety and opportunities, currency trading has been drawing much interest and a growing following among traders in the United States. The Forex market is particularly attractive because it trades with no gaps and has unlimited guaranteed stop-losses. The liquidit… More >>

ForeX Trading for Maximum Profit: The Best Kept Secret Off Wall Street

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6 Responses to “ForeX Trading for Maximum Profit: The Best Kept Secret Off Wall Street”
  1. R James says:

    For people serious about Forex trading, this book is a must. I have read and applied several of the principles listed in this book and seen positive results. I would recommend any information by R. Horner as creditable and on target.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Juan Camilo Torres Cruz says:

    Excelente libro, la verdad no entiendo a la gente que hace críticas tan duras. Este es un libro que simplemente expone el método de un trader bastante exito. En realidad yo he probado el método, y como cualquier otro método no es infalible, pero realmente funciona bastante bien. Lo que realmente sucede es que para uno ser un trader exitoso necesita tener visión para ver las oportunidades en un chart. Los libros son solo herramientas. Es uno quien hace negocios.

    Este libro precisamente es una grandiosa herramienta la cual es explicada de forma bastante simple para poder ser entendida por traders de todos los niveles. Les aseguro que quien haga el esfuerzo de probar el método de Raghee, antes de criticarlo de forma tan dura, se dárá cuenta de lo valiosa que es esta información. Llevo casi dos años dedicado al mercado FOREX y realmente esta es una de las herramientas más valiosas que he encontrado. Mi consejo es que simplemente no se dejen llevar por la apariencia simplista del libro y exploten todo lo que allí se encuentra.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Ben Coetzee says:

    Apart from the fact that the editor of this book should be fired, I’m not convinced that the strategy will work. The author claims to be trading the forex markets, and her students can “smell a wannabe trader from a mile” but I’m not sure if she really is a wannabe trader or a real trader.There are no trading data or anything to back up the author’s claims. The only reason I’m giving it 1 star is because it might be of some use to a novice trader.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Aaron Harris says:

    This is a basic “This is how you can trade the forex” not a how you do trade the forex. It seems more theoretical then actually practiced. I think you can find much of the same information on the internet for free. It seems like it is much easier to sell a book throw in some charts then to actually trade the forex. This is certainly the feel I get. The bible of forex I highly doubt it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. trdr555 says:

    I have not read this book. But the title of the book suggest that you can make easy money by trading FX. That is totally misleading. The FX market is very specualtive in the small to medium term, And in the long term you are better off with FX deposits if you are sure of the directional trend.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  6. max forex says:

    I’m interested in setting up a new Roth IRA each year and putting the maximum amount I can put into it (hopefully $5,000) annually. I’m curious as to which broker to use. Which ones have the best return rates? I am a member of T. Rowe Price and people have told me that Health Sciences is a good pick, but didn’t explain why. I’m planning on retiring at around 60 or so and I’m only 22 right now. My goal is to save $5,000 / year for my Roth IRA’s first and foremost. Then, I will use approximately 60% of my remaining profits to play the stock market and possibly get into Forex Trading (possibly!). Any profit generated from that will be reinvested either in the market or put temporarily into a savings account for the next year (for my Roth IRA). Anyways, since I’m gonna have many Roth IRA’s, I need to know which one is a good pick for right now and why. Also, can I put in a monthly payment on a Roth IRA instead of a lump sum contribution? Thanks!

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