This was a decent refresher source book for me. I will be reading it again, particularly on weekends. The book is straightforward, decent and easy to read. We know for a fact that currency trading is not for everybody. You don’t want to try this if you are a faint-hearted type of person. However, if you want to consider doing it, this would be a decent beginning book to read. Currency Trading for Dummies clarifies the business sector, and it explains how the market functions.
However, the discourse of Forex exchange mechanics need not always be boring. It is easy to improve it. I think the writer of this book nearly relates Currency Trading with any semblance of stock exchanging in terms of purchasing and offering. It makes the book more general. This can confuse a few readers with the wrong impression of how things work in Forex. In a way, the author tries to tell readers that there is genuine money possession included, which isn’t the situation.
Some parts of this book are not quite necessary. They take up a great deal more space than is important to discuss things that are not necessary. I wish the writer would stop and breaking point orders.