Once dominated by global banks, hedge funds, and multinational corporations, the foreign exchange market, or forex, is now easily accessible to traders and investors around the world. But in order to make the most of your time in this market, you need to have a firm understanding of how it works.
Written by forex expert Kathy Lien, The Little Book of Currency Trading shows you how to effectively trade and invest in today’s biggest market. Minute by minute, she describes the multitude of opportunities possible in the forex market, from short-term price swings to long-term trends, and details the practical products that can help you achieve success.
Along the way, Lien skillfully explains the forces that drive currencies and provides strategies to profit from them; reveals how you can use various currencies to reduce risk and take advantage of global trends; and examines what you can do to make money without the stress of monitoring the market every day. Other issues addressed include:
Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, The Little Book of Currency Trading opens the world of currency trading and investing to anyone interested in entering this dynamic arena.
©2010 Kathy Lien (P)2010 Gildan Media Corp
“Kathy Lien is one of the best and brightest in the currency field. Her new audiobook is a definite must for all new forex traders. Kathy explains in an easy-to-understand yet practical format how to get started in currency trading.” (Andrew B. Busch, Global Currency and Public Policy Strategist, BMO Capital Markets)
Nothing special about this book. Anyone in high-school can put together the information in this book. Very basic information that should not have any price tag on it. They would make more money if they give this book away for free, in return for contact information of potential clients.
Intellegently written, factual
Explanation of using news to trade forex
No, this is the first
The trading strategies and trading with news
Remember to download accompanying reference guide with graphs in, otherwise book won't make any sense.
Kathy Lien has taken a complicated issue and laid it out in an understandable format. As a new investor, this book gives me confidence to begin moving forward in the Forex market. Thank you, Mrs. Lien!
I personally like both. One to listen to when busy or on the road, the other for quick references to pages or chapters.
No extreme reaction.
I recommend this book to anybody who wants a quick understanding on how the Forex market works. It is surely a good introduction. The narration is excellent and easy on the ear which is very important. There is nothing worth listening to a book when the narrator is awfull, loud or has a strong accent.
I'm a lawyer and mediator. I represent businesses in disputes with their insurers and in other complex litigation. I also assist machinery companies and manufacturers (primarily international) with equipment sales, non-disclosure agreements, and business issues. I also mediate commercial disputes.
This book is informative and I'm pretty sure that Ms. Lien is a genius at currency trading and makes a lot of money doing it. The book convinced me that, unless you have nothing else to do, and unless you are really, really smart, one should leave training for the professionals. The narration is a bit irritating.
The book covers all the basics of currency trading. I don't like the narrator though it sounds like a speak and spell.
"Good but could have been better"
This book is good for understanding the Forex market better. It has actually changed my perception to the market from a very dangerous and unexpectable market to a very predictable market that can be utilized to increase my monthly income or even to invest in it after my retirement.
The disadvantages are that it omits so many important details especially on charts and charts' reading. It focused on one chart only (The Double Bollinger Bands) and did not mention enough details about other famous and important charts (Stochastic, RSI, ADX, MACD, Momentum, etc.). While the first chapters have been utilized to provide introductory materials about trading in general, it would have been utilized better if it talked about charts and technical indicators, the pros and cons of each, and what benefit does each one provide. But to be fair with the author, she has mentioned another book to refer to when seeking for more details on charts and it is called "The Art of Charts Reading".
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