Proven currency-specific buying and selling methods from one of immediately’s prime foreign money analysts
“If you trade currency, then you need to have this book on your desk. It’s the only book you need for technical analysis of the fastest-moving market on the planet.”
-Rob Booker, Currency Trader, W.R. Booker & Company
“In plain English, Schlossberg lays out the basics in using technical analysis to trade foreign currencies, from the fundamentals of how the FX market works to the variety of technical strategies and trade management techniques traders can employ. Along the way, he offers entertaining examples and observations as well as simple, easy-to-read charts and diagrams. Anyone interested in getting started in the hugely popular FX market would do well to begin with this book.”
-Sarah Rudolph, Executive Editor, SFO Magazine
“Boris Schlossberg has done a fabulous job with this book. It’s packed with insightful tips and strategies that are sure to save traders a lot of time and money.”
-Cory Janssen, CoFounder, Investopedia.com
“Schlossberg’s book is a great resource for traders just starting out in currency markets. His focus on simplicity is critical for a new trader’s education on how to make money.”
-Andrew B. Busch, Global FX Strategist, BMO Financial Group
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: FX 101.
Chapter 2: Is It All Just Random?
Chapter 3: The Secret to Trading.
Chapter 4: Show Me the Data!
Chapter 5: Trend Is Your Friend?
Chapter 6: Gauging Range.
Chapter 7: Fibs Don’t Fib.
Chapter 8: Patterns and Antipatterns: Know Your Mark.
Chapter 9: Know Yourself, Know Your Setup.
Chapter 10: Setups! Setups! Setups!
BORIS SCHLOSSBERG serves as Senior Currency Strategist with Forex Capital Markets in New York, one of the largest retail foreign exchange market makers in the world. He is a frequent contributor to SFO journal, cowriter for the FX part of Investopedia.com, and coeditor of the Money Trader publication. Mr. Schlossberg is a daily speaker at buying and selling conferences and commentator for CBS MarketWatch, Reuters, Bloomberg, and CNBC. Schlossberg has been an impartial dealer since 1999, buying and selling a range of devices together with shares, choices, futures, and currencies.