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Forex Trading Using Intermarket Analysis: Discovering Hidden Market Relationships that Provide Early Clues for Price Direction
By: Mendelsohn, Louis, B

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Item #: 4183039
Pages: 108
Publisher: Marketplace Books
ISBN: 1592802958
Type: Book - Soft Cover
Publish Date : 3/30/2006
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Synopsis:
Forex Trading Using Intermarket Analysis explores the application of intermarket analysis to the foreign exchange market, the world's largest and most widely traded financial market. Intermarket analysis helps traders identify and anticipate changes in trend direction and prices due to influences of other related markets.


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In today’s global marketplace, currency values fluctuate every day and foreign exchange is the biggest market of them all, trading well over $1 trillion a day—more than all other markets combined! Master this market that never sleeps, and you could be the big winner. Just to survive in the hottest marketplace in the world, you will have to learn to stay one step ahead of the game.

This book is intended for traders and investors who use technology to win.

Learn to:

*Improve performance in a complex global web of high-tech trading
*Gain a competitive advantage through technical analysis
*Reap the rewards of an expansive intermarket approach
*See the warning signals and sense the trends so you can act quickly

"As the world economy of the 21st century continues to grow and as advances in information technologies continue to be introduced, financial markets will become even more globalized and sophisticated than they are today, increasing the role that forex markets play in the global economy."
Louis B. Mendelsohn


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