In this much-needed guide top forex, expert Greg Michalowski
clearly explains the attributes of successful traders, and shows how traders can set themselves up for success by drafting an explicit mission statement and game plan.
The book also contains the tools and techniques traders need to read the markets and identify when a market is in a trend.
shows traders how to enter an emerging trend, how to manage the position, and how to exit the position most effectively.
- Includes the technical tools needed to invest in the foreign exchange market: moving averages, trendlines, and Fibonacci levels
- Shows how to identify a trend and stick with the trend through its duration
- Written by Greg Michalowski
who was cited by SmartMoney magazine
as a "go to" source for making money moves
With this book, Michalowski
offers an important resource for identifying and riding out long-term trends in the volatile foreign currency.
is the chief currency and trading analyst for FXDD
He has been with FXDD since its inception in 2001, and through his eight years with the firm, has developed a keen sense of what distinguishes the winners from the losers in the retail foreign exchange market.
Mr. Michalowski's career prior to FXDD included six years at Citibank NY, where he was an assistant vice president and trader in the treasury/funding area; four years as vice president and interest rate derivatives trader at Citibank London; five years at Credit Suisse First Boston NY as a vice president and trader in the banks funding department; and two years with Tradition NA, where he helped spearhead technology projects for the global interbank brokerage firm.
He maintains a daily market commentary and forex analysis Web site at forex.fxdd.com and has written for various publications, including eForex and is currently a featured columnist on forex for Equities magazine.
is also a feature contributor for greenfaucet.com and has a twitter site, twitter.com/gregmikefx, which was one of 13 cited by SmartMoney
as a "go to" source for making money moves.