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College Currency, Trading For A Living In The Forex Market

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    ebook length: 75 pages:

    ebook contents:

    1. Common knowledge about the trading on Forex

    1.1. Forex as a part of the global financial market

    A brief history about the rise and development of Forex.
    The factors that caused Foreign Exchange Volume Growth on Forex (Exchange Rate

    Volatility, Business Internationalization, Increasing of Traders’ Sophistication, Developments in

    Telecommunications, Computer and Programming Development). The role of the U.S. Federal Reserve

    System and central banks of other G-7 countries on Forex.

    1.2. Risks by the trading on Forex

    1.3. Forex sectors

    Spot Market
    Forward Market
    Futures Market
    Currency Options

    2. Major currencies and trade systems

    2.1. Major currencies

    The U.S. Dollar
    The Euro
    The Japanese Yen
    The British Pound
    The Swiss Franc

    2.2. Trade systems on Forex

    Trading with brokers
    Direct dealing

    3. Fundamental analysis by trading on Forex

    3.1 Theories of exchange rate determination

    Purchasing Power Parity
    Theory of Elasticities
    Modern monetary theories on exchange rate volatility

    3.2. Indicators for the fundamental analysis

    Economic indicators
    The Gross National Product
    The Gross Domestic Product
    Consumption Spending
    Investment Spending
    Government Spending
    Net Trading
    Industrial sector indicators
    Industrial Production
    Capacity Utilization
    Factory Orders
    Durable Goods Orders
    Business Inventories
    Construction Data
    Inflation Indicators
    Producer Price Index
    Consumer Price Index
    Gross National Product Implicit Deflator
    Gross Domestic Product Implicit Deflator
    Commodity Research Bureau’s Futures Index
    The Journal of Commerce Industrial Price
    Balance of Payments
    Merchandise Trade Balance
    The U.S. – Japan Merchandise Trade Balance
    Employment Indicators
    Employment Cost Index
    Consumer Spending Indicators
    Retail Sales
    Consumer Sentiment
    Auto Sales
    Leading Indicators
    Personal Income

    3.3. Forex dependence on financial and sociopolitical factors

    The Role of Financial Factors
    Political Crises Influence

    4. Technical analysis

    4.1. The destination and fundamentals of technical analysis

    Theory of Dow
    Percent measures of prices reverse

    4.2. Charts for the technical analysis

    Kinds of prices and time units
    Kinds of charts
    Line Chart
    Bar Chart
    Candlestick Chart

    4.3. Trends, Support and Resistance lines

    Trend Line and Trade Channel
    Lines of Support and Resistance

    4.4. Trend Reversal patterns

    Inverted Head-and-Shoulders
    Double Top
    Double Bottom
    Triple Top
    Triple Bottom
    Round Top, Round Bottom, Saucer, Inverted Saucer

    4.5. Trend Continuation patterns


    4.6. Gaps

    Common Gaps
    Breakaway Gaps
    Runaway Gaps
    Exhaustion Gaps

    4.7. Mathematical trading methods (Technical indicators)

    Moving Averages
    Ballinger Bands
    Average True Range
    Median Price
    Commodity Channel Index
    Directional Movement
    Moving Average Convergence-
    The Relative Strength
    Rate of Change (ROC)
    Larry Williams’s %R
    Indicators combination
    Ichimoku Indicator

    5. Fibonacci constants and Elliott wave theory

    5.1. Fibonacci constants
    5.2. Elliott wave theory

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