Dimensions: 368 pages
Published: April 5, 2001
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0761525203
ISBN - 13: 9780761525202
From the Publisher
Once dominated by institutional traders and banks, the $1.5 trillion, 24-hour global currency markets are now open to a growing number of online traders. Larger than all the world''s stock markets combined, currency markets offer unbelievable oppurtunities to profit from the daily fluctuations of exchange rates. But decentralized and largely unregulated, the markets are risky for traders without the right tools.
Inside, currency-trading experts Keith Long and Kurt Walter offer a comprehensive guide to trading intellegently in the complex currency markets. Their detailed lessons cover everything from mastering technical analysis to developing successful swaps and options strategies. You will discover how to:
• Understand the risks and rewards of currency trading
• Trade spot forex, futures, and options online
• Analyze fundamental and technical data
• Choose the best online currency broker
• And much more
Complete with easy-to-understand charts and a full glossary, this book is your currency trading bible.
"An excellent introduction to trading in the world''s largest, most liquid financial market. It offers practical guidance to making informed trading decisions." —Mark Galant, CEO and founder Gain Capital
"A must-read for all aspiring and experienced FX traders. Review the lessons step-by-step before you trade dollar-one in the markets." —Blair Baker, director of FX trading, Global Capital Investments, LLC
"Keith Long and Kurt Walter have provided the comprehensive resource tool many investors have been looking for." —Lars Seier Christensen managing director, Midas, Denmark
About the Author
Keith Long, an experienced currency trader and financial writer, is a regular contributor to the financials.com. His articles often appear in the Financial Times, among other publications. He lives in Clearwater, Florida.
Master and Profit from the Global Currency Markets