How to Access and Trade the World's Biggest Market Philip Gotthelf
The first and last word on trading within currency markets Expert trading veteran Philip Gotthelf provides the first comprehensive guide to currency speculation aimed toward the average investor. Combining fundamental and technical analysis, this book teaches traders how to take advantage of fluctuations within the currency markets and capture enormous gains. Currency Trading takes the latest developments in the FOREX market and provides readers with a complete trading plan....
Our first book, Mastering the Currency Market (McGraw-Hill
2009), was written to provide a foundation for learning the art of
discretionary trading, and it should be a prerequisite for this book.
Mastering Trade Selection and Management focuses on helping you
to collate and balance the earlier information, and to refine the trading
techniques that you are likely to use for the rest of your career.
Along with covering the all-important topics of trade selection and
management, this book also addresses the necessity of being able to
draw up a plan and stick to that plan.
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Many investors are perfectly satisfied with the more traditional investing
opportunities: They build solid portfolios containing individual
stocks and bonds, mutual and exchange-traded funds, and so forth, and are
generally content to let investment counselors manage their accounts. Other
investors, however, prefer to take a more active role: Perhaps they want to
manage their accounts themselves or broaden their investment horizons
(and increase their potential returns) by delving into more volatile markets...
It is often lamented that academics, activists and practitioners engaged in corporate accountability
and improving labour standards do not jointly reflect upon the subject of their work enough.
Academics talk to practitioners when they want information and practitioners don’t often have
the time to step back and reflect upon the efficacy of their strategies, except in planning meetings.
This book arose out of a workshop held in December 2007 which aimed at creating a new space
for reflection and collaboration.
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The adjustment that may be required in moving from trading stocks exclusively to also trading SSFs, as well as the move from trading futures exclusively to also trading SSFs, could very well require a considerable adjustment in perspective, perception, and psychology. The psychological makeup of most traders is often tenuous even in the traditional markets. Adding SSFs into the trading plan may not only require a new view of the markets but could also significantly increase traders’ stress levels.
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I wrote this book for you as a manager, someone who is the
steward of any organization, be it large or small. The concepts of
business apply no matter whether you are an entrepreneur or a
manager for a well-established, publicly traded company.
Companies are organizations, no matter what their size, type, or
product. This means you must have an integrated business plan no
matter who you are or what you do. Business planning is important
whether you are a start-up company in e-business or working on a
multinational planning team.