Recommended Forex Books

. quarta-feira, outubro 10, 2007
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Here are some Forex books I recommend you to read, Ill be talking more about forex at my blog really soon because its a subject that I have been studying for the past few months, I have started to see some results has I start to swim inside the forex sea. Forex Can really make a difference in your life, there are lots of people making a load of money with forex, but if you are a beginner forex wannabe like me your should start with these forex books:

Trading in the Global Currency Markets

by Cornelius Luca
Book Info
Text brings the complex machinations of the foreign currency markets to life, clearly and concisely analyzing the various currencies, market forces, and emerging technologies, and illuminating them with real-world examples and graphics.

Beat the Odds in Forex Trading: How to Identify and Profit from High Percentage Market Patterns
by I. R. Toshchakov
Book Info
Add certainty and systematization into Forex trading with this practical approach. Author and industry professional Igor Toshchakov shows how recurring market patterns--which can be recognized on a simple bar chart--can be successfully used to trade the Forex market. Written for traders at every level, this valuable resource discusses the challenges of developing a trading method, while revealing the Toshchakov's approach to the market--both from a philosophical and tactical point of view. You'll discover specific trading strategies based on recognizable market patterns, get detailed information on entry and exit points, profit targets, stop losses, risk evaluation, and much more.

Adventures of a Currency Trader
by Rob Booker
Book Info
Funny, entertaining, and, above all, educational, Adventures of a Currency Trader demonstrates exactly what it takes to capitalize on today's volatile and potentially profitable foreign exchange markets. Told through the eyes of a fictional character by the name of Harry Banes—an aspiring trader who works as a filing clerk in a busy New York law firm—Adventures of a Currency Trader explains in a powerful and compelling manner how you can implement a consistent trading approach in the foreign currency market and become a financially independent currency trader in the process.

The Disciplined Trader: Developing Winning Attitudes
by Mark Douglas
Book Info
This work aims to help traders learn the critical behaviours necessary in responding to market conditions and opportunities. The author - an experienced commodities trader - has considered and confronted the problems he experienced in trading.

Applying Elliott Wave Theory Profitably
by Steven W. Poser
Book Info
"I have always found Elliott Wave difficult to understand and more difficult to apply, but finally Steve Poser has written a book that makes sense and is born from real experience. This is not Elliott made easy but Elliott that makes sense. Hats off to Poser for creating the book the marketplace has needed for so long."
Bruce M. Kamich, CMT Adjunct Professor of Finance at Baruch College and Rutgers University

Technical Analysis Applications In The Global Currency Markets Second Edition
by Cornelius Luca
Book Info
A comprehensive guide to the foreign currency market showing beginners and experienced traders how to use technical analysis to cash in on opportunities. The enclosed CD-ROM contains a software software demonstration program to test the methods in the text and apply them to real trading.

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