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Re: Trading Book Introduction

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Trading Price Action Reversals: Technical Analysis of Price Charts Bar by Bar for the Serious Trader
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Re: Trading Book Introduction

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Trading Price Action Trading Ranges
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Re: Trading Book Introduction

#23
Trading Price Action Trends
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Re: Trading Book Introduction

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Reading Price Charts Bar by Bar
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The market doesn't know you and never will. If you are going to win, someone
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Re: Trading Book Introduction

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Understanding Price Action: practical analysis of the 5-minute time frame
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The market doesn't know you and never will. If you are going to win, someone
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Re: Trading Book Introduction

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The market is a brutal place. Forget trying to be liked. Need a friend? Get a dog.
The market doesn't know you and never will. If you are going to win, someone
else has to lose.

Re: Trading Book Introduction

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The market is a brutal place. Forget trying to be liked. Need a friend? Get a dog.
The market doesn't know you and never will. If you are going to win, someone
else has to lose.

Re: Trading Book Introduction

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FX guru Ben Robson walks you through the process of 1) developing a sound strategy, 2) creating a competitive edge, 3) scaling your efforts, and 4) managing risk. It’s a simple, commonsense approach. And it works incredibly well. Robson has been using it to drive major profitability from FX for years. Throughout, he analyzes the strategies of the world’s greatest FX traders, including:
• George Soros―perhaps the greatest FX trader ever
• John Henry―the brilliant technical trader and risk manager
• Urs Schwarzenbach―veritable king of options
• Peter Cruddas―a pioneer of retail fx trading
• Jim Simons―who made billions with computers and arbitrage
• Renat Fatkhullin -- mastermind behind Metaquotes trading software
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The market is a brutal place. Forget trying to be liked. Need a friend? Get a dog.
The market doesn't know you and never will. If you are going to win, someone
else has to lose.

Re: Trading Book Introduction

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The market is a brutal place. Forget trying to be liked. Need a friend? Get a dog.
The market doesn't know you and never will. If you are going to win, someone
else has to lose.



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