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Sunday, 08 March 2020 10:10

Most of us have quite a library of trading books and amongst mine are titles that I return to again and again. There are also many others that I quickly pass on to the charity shop!

This one, The Art of Currency Trading by institutional currency trader Brent Donnelly, just got my attention. It was suggested by a trading friend because it talked about FBR's as part of the trading setups section.

As Traders Class members know, I often bang on about the False Break Reversal as one of the most important, reliable and powerful patterns to trade. It features in several of my courses as it will in my next on setups.

Brent Donnelly's The Art of Currency Trading, is a lot more than just a few trading patterns. It explains the mechanics of currency markets and neatly links macro fundamentals with technicals and the trader mind set.

The traders psychology section is the best I've read. Brent is the real deal, he's lived through the good trades and bad and survived!

This is an Amazon link to more details. I'm not affiliated with Brent or Amazon, it's just a cracking book!

 

From the blog

Want to See What's Next for the Economy? Try This....

Want to See What's Next for the Economy? Try This....

 

On Monday 15th July, US stock markets made a new all time high. Does this also mean that the US economy is doing just fine?

The US Federal Reserve believe so despite the naysayers who so often tell us the 'real' economy is about to collapse into recession. Next Wednesday, the last day of July, is Fed day when many commentators believe it is highly likely there will be an interest rate reversal.

We've had a stream of quarter point rises. For some, the expectation is now for at least a quarter point cut, maybe more. Will this be enough to save off recession and keep the market buzzing to new highs?

Read on for the Socionomic view from Elliott Wave International...

Don't listen to the naysayers -- there IS a way to forecast the general health of the economy. This method has repeatedly proven itself.

Yes, you can anticipate the likelihood of a recession, even a depression -- or, conversely, when major economic measures -- like jobs -- will be robust.

That surefire way is the performance of the stock market.

That's right, despite the widespread belief that the economy drives the stock market, it's the stock market which leads the economy. Why not the other way around? Because the economy is a slow boat.

Read more...

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