Currency Derivatives

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Author: David F. DeRosa
Publisher: Wiley
Publish date: September 7, 1998
Language: English
ISBN: 9780471252672
Average Rating: 4.0/5 Average Rating

Currency Derivatives is easy to read; it is, also, easy to understand. Besides choosing the right words to drive to communicate his trade message, David present highly technical paper collections that can be used for academic purposes. For example, the collection includes hedging applications and pricing theories, which really caught my full attention when I was reading this book. I think the best thing about David’s work is outstanding; it has the best description of foreign exchange market and its derivatives. The book has become unique. So unique, in fact, that it can be used for learning schools. You might also find the book useful if you are already an experienced trader.

The book has the best references for currency option pricing, and it has the best currency derivative theories that you will never find in any other trading book.

People read books because they think reading is a good thing. That it adds you knowledge. However, I believe there is more to it. I always look for reasons why I need to read a book, and for Currency Derivatives, the reason was to discover the best derivatives used in the real world trading, and their significance. The Currency Derivatives provided me the right information.

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