Trading forex is completely different from trading other markets. With low entry costs, 24-hour accessibility, global players and high degrees of leverage, there are enormous opportunities but also very real potential hazards along the way if you don t know what you re doing. Leverage can work both ways you control large positions, but small moves in your favor can mean big returns on your investment. For these reasons, forex trading deserves its own volume, devoted entirely to SFO (Stocks, Futures, Options) Magazine articles explaining the ins and outs of currency trading. Forex traders don t need to follow hundreds of stocks or commodities to get a flavor for the market just the movements of eight major currencies: the U.S. dollar, Japanese yen, European Union euro, British pound, Canadian dollar, Australian dollar, New Zealand dollar and Swiss franc. Trading a countryAis currency is like trading the outlook for the country, so it helps to have a bit of fundamental knowledge. But it s also a highly technical form of trading. This book helps you assess how to best synthesize your forex strategies to make the most of market movements. Learn from the top forex trading experts in the world. The key to trading currencies is figuring out what central banks will do before they actually make their moves.Technical levels on all charts will be important to monitor. For example, say you trade euro/yen. You can actually do traditional technical analysis on the euro/yen chart. It will have its own important support levels and trend turning points onanbsp;...
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