The Complete Guide To
Successful Financial Markets Trading

by Simon Watkins

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The Complete Guide To Successful Financial Markets Trading by Simon Watkins

Many people still regard trading the financial markets as a complicated and risky business, but neither of these assumptions are correct. If you know what you are doing and stick to the very basic rules of dealing then there is no reason at all why you cannot make life-changing amounts of money for as long as you keep trading.

The Complete Guide To Successful Financial Markets Trading goes step-by-step through all aspects of trading all major asset classes so that, by the end of it, readers will be in a position to profitably trade whichever of them they wish and, in the process, significantly augment their day-to-day incomes or indeed become full-time financial markets’ traders.

Fully illustrated with detailed charts, the book covers the basics of foreign exchange trading, the equities markets, trading in oil and other commodities, technical analysis, and risk/reward management.

Whether you are an experienced trader or just starting out, the information in this book offers you strategies to become one of the winners in the financial markets.

The Complete Guide To Successful Financial Markets Trading will be published in Autumn 2017. For more information, contact francescad@advfn.com.

 

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