Beat the forex dealer PDF free download

Beat the forex dealer PDF free download

Beat the forex dealer PDF free download-  An insider’s look into trading today’s foreign exchange market- Agustin Silvani : The purpose of this book is two-fold. First, by explaining the day-to-day mechanics of the FX market and pointing out some of the more unsavory dealings going on in the retai l side. I hope to make ev idel1l for the reader the risks and rewards involved in currency trading. The second objective of the book is to help turn average traders into winning traders. ” Average” traders are losing traders; winning traders arc in fact quite rare. However, by high lighting some market-proven trading tricks and techniques, I hope to give traders an in itial leg-up. 

Category: Forex

Author: Agustin Silvani 

Language: English

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Contents- Beat the forex dealer PDF free download

PART I THROUGH THE EYES OF A TRADER
On Markets
2 The Currency Market
3 A Rare Breed
4 FX Dealers
5 Today’s
FX Markel
6 The
Players
PART II THE RETAIL SIDE OF THINGS
7 Card Slacking
8 Don
l Trusl Your FCM
9 Third-Party Services
10 Fighling Back
PART III JOINING THE 10 %
1I Becoming a Greal Trader
12 Picking lhe Righi Approach
PART IV FX TRADING TIPS
13 Adapting to the FX Market
14 Trading Thin Markets
15
Using the Crosses
16 All About Stops
17 Characteristics of FX Trends
18 Trading the FED
19 Fading News
20 FX AnalysLIIi: Who Cares?
PART V DEALER TRADES
21 Trading Against Dealers
22 The Big Figure Trade
23 The Friday to
Sunday Extension
24 Sticking it to Your Dealer
PART VI THE FUTURE
25 The End of the Beginning
APPENDIX TRADING “HOW TO’S”
How to Set Up Your Trading
How to Trade Price Action
How to Build a Position
How to Trade Out of a Losing Position
NOTES
Speaking Like a Dealer
FX Glossary
Trading Maxims
Bibliography
CFTC Minimum Finance Requirement
Index

Introduction- Beat the forex dealer PDF free download

Over the years, I have tried to get my hands on every currency trading book that I could find, bUl as you may well know the pickings are slim when it comes to FX literature. Apart from a few notable exceptions. most of the avai lable material seems 10 fa ll into onc of two categories: unabashedly theoretical or completely misguided. The dry. outdated, and sometimes esoteric academic works tend to leave the reader with the perception that currency trading is as gentlemanly and ordered as the world of stamp collecting, when in reality nothing could be furt her from the truth in a market referred to as a “slaughterhousewhere traders routinely gel “chopped up“.

The FX market I know is one of egos and money, where millions of do llars are won and lost every day, and phones are routi nely thrown across hectic trading desks. This palpable excitement has led to the emergence of a second class of literature, often misleading and downright fraudulent, where authors promise the reader riches by offering to make forex trading “casy”.
Well, I’ll let you in on a little secret: there is nothing easy about trading currencies. If you dont believe me. then stop by Warren Buffet‘s offi ce and ask him how he could lose $850 million belting on the dollar or ask King” George Soros why hi s short bets lost him $600 million not once but twice in 1994. Don t these guys read FX trading books? If these investment legends can lose bi llions in the FX market, what makes anyone think there is anything easy about it?
The average retail trader must feel a terrible disconnect between what is described by famous “experts” and their actual trading experiences. Theory very rarely translates into fact when it comes to trading. and real-life FX tradi ng is much more complicated and tricky than any guru would have you believe. In this jungle it is a kill-or-be-killed attitude that marks survival, and the minute you step on to the playing field a target has been placed next to your account number.
Realizing that most FX books in print are either written by scam artists or academics with little real-world trading experience, I decided to put my own thoughts to paper. While I cenain ly do not proclaim to be any son of market wizard, the market insights J h<l vC gained while managing a successful currency fund should prove valuable to readers, even if they are just starting their trading careers. Being a firm believer in the “small is beautiful” mantra, I have therefore tried to keep this book short, and to the point.

The purpose of this book is twofold. First, by explaining the day-to-day mechanics of the FX market and pointing out some of the more unsavory dealings going on in the retai l side. I hope to make ev idel1l for the reader the risks and rewards involved in currency trading. The second objective of the book is to help turn average traders into winning traders. ” Average” traders are losing traders; winning traders arc in fact quite rare. However, by high lighting some market-proven trading tricks and techniques, I hope to give traders an in itial leg-up.

As you may have guessed, this book takes its name from Edward O. Thorp’s landmark work on blackjack. Beat the Dealer. In 1962, the MIT mathematics professor revealed to the public the gambling industry’s tricks and traps, wh ile at the same ti me managing to teach a successful method for playing the game of twenty-one. Likewise, you wi ll find thi s book roughly split into two parts: the first half is dedicated to revealing the foreign exchange market’s unfair practices and the second hal f is designed to help the retail FX trader implement an effective and
wi nning game plan by providing trading tips and detailed examples.

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