Monday, February 2nd, 2015

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

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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… More >>

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

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5 Responses to “Mastering the Currency Market: Forex Strategies for High and Low Volatility Markets”
  1. Haritasha says:

    This may be the best forex book I’ve ever read. The reason is it has practical, clear and straightforward techniques and examples. They also explain in detail not only strategies, but how to really use and understand the indicators.

    I’ve been studying and trading forex for over 4 years and I have read tons of books and taken about every training course our there, and I think this is the most practical forex book on the market.

    The reason I said not for beginners is that beginners won’t understand forex is highly technically driven, and basically all strategies work on all pairs, so you don’t need to disect each pair, or even present each pair in charts, but a newbie will assume that you do have to do that and is expecting that, so newbies won’t understand how really good this book is. Also, someone used to trading stocks won’t understand how important the technical aspect of trading forex is, and also will probably gloss over the detail and not understand just how subtle the difference between technicals on stocks and forex can be and think this book is too simple – it’s not. I traded stocks before forex so I know just how important one teany weany subtle detail in the technical verbage can be when it comes to forex, where a newbie stock trader will miss it because stocks are company specific info first and technical second, and the technical side for stocks just has to be general and basic, but not so with forex, so newbies to forex won’t get it, but to experienced traders in forex this book is pure gold.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Stephanie Waters says:

    I thought this book was well worth the money. I’m just learning to trade and it seems to cover the basics very well, without being too confusing. It seems to focus more on technical analysis than fundamental analysis, but they also explain why that is their focus. I think this is a good guide for someone learning to trade.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. D. Takamora says:

    It was a good book and reminds me to stick to the basics of trend lines and candlestick behavior. The “Preface” was very good. Chapter 9 “Quantifying Trend” was good. The part on “buying strength and selling weakness” was something I should already know and do now :) Best of all was chapter 13 giving me a trading plan. I am going to back test for myself.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Ty Lansig says:

    I’m glad I took my friends advice and bought this book. I started out trading commodities over the phone in the 1980’s and like a lot of other traders I moved to the screen, and then diversified into currencies because they trend better than most commodities and the corrections aren’t as severe. If my experience were judged on how much commission I’ve paid over the years it could only be described as very extensive. Mastering the Currency Markets gets it right. It took me a long time to understand that fact based technical triggers are everything in trading and these guys do a great job of conveying that approach. Most books spend too little time on method and too much time on common sense subjects such as money management or psychology that only leads you down the path of being a long-term simulated trader. These guys packed a lot of info on specific tactics and methods into their book so I just have to say it again – These guys got it right. In my opinion this trading book is one of the best I’ve seen come out in awhile.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Christopher Davis says:

    Best book on trading Ive read by far. Was so impressed by the book that I also purchased the authors 101 training course, which has firmly put me on the path to consistent profitability. [...]
    Rating: 5 / 5

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