Author: Kathy Lien
Publisher: Wiley Trading
Publish date: November 13, 2008
Average Rating: 3.2/5 Average Rating
Books on trade are good, but many of them are disgusting. If you think I am lying, why then have many readers given some trading book respective weird code names? If you read or heard someone says a particular trade book is a dangerous material that should be used for academic and personal reading, you automatically know they mean buying the book is a waste of money and a potential threat to personal investment.
This explains why I was a little bit skeptical about the book Day Trading the Currency Market. I thought it was like other books, just full of basics and silly examples that are quite difficult to understand. In fact, I did not buy the book until a friend of mine, who’s apparently a good trader, told that Day Trading the Currency Market is one of the noble and praiseworthy books he’s ever read.
The book teaches about two very important trading strategies: fundamental and technical. It also teaches you how to get ready for any trading day. Chapter eight, nine and ten of the book is where there is the real meat. I am sure that once you are done reading this book, the impact it will make in your trading life will be quite significant.