Key Site Content
- Trading Book Reviews
All of the books which have been reviewed here over the years.
- Trading Articles
The core articles which are the backbone of the site and represent the primary educational foundation.
- Deep Posts
Valuable older posts on the site that might not be easy to find quickly through normal navigation.
- Trading Book Reviews
- Making use of seasonal patterns in forex
- Expectancy vs. MAR
- Book Review: Beating the Indexes by Bill Feingold
- Book Review: The Secrets of Economic Indicators by Bernard Baumohl
- I am desperate, says a trader
- Credit card bans and the future of US retail forex
- Forex Trading – Volatility, Regulation, and Survivorship
- Forex broker profitability figures likely overstate trader performance
- Starting to detail forex profitability data
- More evidence of wrong-way retail
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The Best from the Blog
Here are some of the blog posts readers have found most valuable and/or I thought were of greatest interest to new and developing traders.
Using central bank and monetary authority data, this article outlines the most active forex pairs, both globally and by region/center.
If you want to get the most out of your trading, treat it like a business. Think about the value proposition behind the time, information, and tools you use.
Do you want to know what the secret to profitable trading is? Then give this blog post a read. You just might be surprised at what you read.
Every trader needs to have a solid, well-developed trading plan of their own. This post will get you started putting one together that will help you get the most of your trading.
There are lots of trading books out there, and many of them are quite good and useful. These five, though, are the ones that have most influenced me.
Here’s some really good trading and market-related stuff. You don’t even need to wait for a special occassion to reward yourself or pick up a gift for that trader on your shopping list. Books, movies, and more!
It’s been my experience that many people don’t really understand how the bid/offer spread plays a part in all markets, including the one for stocks. This post looks to remedy that.
News and data events can be very disruptive forces for traders and their performance.
Want to understand where the prices you see coming across your trading platform come from? The blog post should help clarify things for you.
This posts looks at how trading for a living and trading for the purpose of increasing your wealth can differ.
I see the question about what the best level of leverage is for someone to use in their trading, but it’s not the right question at all. This post is about what the right question really is.
The fixed income or rates market is an extremely important one, but it’s one that too many individual traders don’t really know much about. The article will help.