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Forex
Essentials in
15 Trades

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Contents

Preface

xv

How This Book Is Organized
Beyond the Book: The Global-View Web Site
Ready to Go

xv
xvii
xviii

Introduction

xix

Origins of Global-View

xix

Goal of Global-View
Why an Open FOREX Forum?
Forum Rules of Behavior

xx
xxi
xxii

How to Use the Forums

xxiii

GVI Forex: A Special Forum

xxiv

Additional Trader Support

xxv

As You Go Forward

xxv

PART ONE
CHAPTER 1

The Basics of FOREX
An Introduction to FOREX

1
3

FOREX First Steps: What Is It?

6

Why Trade FOREX?

7

FOREX Terms
FOREX Calculations

8
11

Market Conventions

16

Quoting Conventions

16

Elements of a Trade Plan

18

Summary

19

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CHAPTER 2

CONTENTS

The Importance of Money Management

CFTC Warning

21
22

Key to Success as a Trader: Preserve Your Capital

22

What Is Leverage?

23

Example of a Hypothetical Trade

24

Money Management Rules

25

Use Stop Losses

27

How Much to Risk on a Trade

28

Ready to Trade?

29

Summary

31

CHAPTER 3

Technical Trading

33

What Is Technical Analysis?

35

Technical Analysis Landscape

35

Summary

47

CHAPTER 4

Fundamentals for FOREX Trading

49

What Is Fundamental Analysis?

49

All Price Moves Are Not Created Equal

50

Interest Rates

51

Typical Fundamental Market Frameworks

57

Trading in a Crisis Economy

60

Summary

61

CHAPTER 5

Trading the News

63

Caveat Emptor (Let the Buyer Beware)

64

Market Orders

65

Trading the News—Complex and Risky

65

Do Your Homework

66

Popular Releases for News Traders

67

Summary

71

CHAPTER 6

Trader Profiles

73

What Is Your Trader Profile?

73

Good Trader versus Bad Trader

75

Summary

77

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CHAPTER 7

Selecting a FOREX Broker

Broker-Dealer Due Diligence

81
82

The First Decision: Market Maker or Electronic
Communications Network?

82

Broker-Dealer Spotlight

83

Third-Party Services

92

After the Demo Account

92

Summary

95

PART TWO 15 Trades and Their Stories

97

CHAPTER 8

99

Heuristic-Based Trading

The Snowflake Trading Heuristic

100

A KIS (Keep It Simple) System

105

Summary

106

CHAPTER 9

Trade #1: A Symphony of Numbers

111

The Six Components of Money Management

111

The Campaign Trading Method

113

Analyzing the Trade

114

Summary

115

CHAPTER 10 Trade #2: Know When to Hold Them . . . 117
The Bounce

117

Analyzing the Trade

123

Summary

124

CHAPTER 11 Trade #3: Scaling the Wall

125

The Dagger

125

Analyzing the Trade

126

Market Thickness

128

Summary

128

CHAPTER 12 Trade #4: The Trend Is Your Friend

129

Trend Components

130

The Matrix

130

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How Do You Determine the Major Trend?

131

Market Environments

132

Analyzing the Trade

133

Summary

134

CHAPTER 13 Trade #5: Don’t Be a Flatlander

135

The Three Chart System

135

The Importance of Perspective

137

Analyzing the Trade

137

Summary

138

CHAPTER 14 Trade #6: Sit On Your Hands

139

Trading versus Holding

140

Analyzing the Trade

141

Summary

142

CHAPTER 15 Trade #7: The Search for a Winning
Personality

145

Trading to Win

145

Using Demo Accounts to Achieve Stability

146

Market Personalities

146

Analyzing the Trade

147

Summary

148

CHAPTER 16 Trade #8: The King Kong Syndrome

149

Fear and Greed

149

Discrete versus Continuous Markets

151

Analyzing the Trade

152

Summary

153

CHAPTER 17 Trade #9: The Return of the Return

155

Origins of the Return Trade

155

Analyzing the Trades

156

Summary

159

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CHAPTER 18 Trade #10: Double Your Pleasure
with Double Intersections

161

Classic Chart Formations

161

Double Intersection Components

162

Analyzing the Trade

162

Summary

164

CHAPTER 19 Trade #11: Riding the (Goodman) Wave 165
Defining the Goodman Wave

165

Bathtub Analysis

166

Analyzing the Trade

166

Summary

168

CHAPTER 20 Trade #12: I’ve Got Rhythm

171

Two Kinds of Market Rhythm

171

Analyzing the Trade

172

Summary

173

CHAPTER 21 Trade #13: A Simple System

175

History of Simple Systems

175

When a Simple System Becomes Complex

176

Analyzing the Trade

178

Summary

179

CHAPTER 22 Trade #14: A News Trade

181

What Is Technical News Trading?

181

Challenges of News Trading

182

A News Trading Strategy

183

Analyzing the Trade

184

Summary

185

CHAPTER 23 Trade #15: I Read about It on
Global-View

187

FOREX for Fundamental Traders

187

Econometrics

188

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CONTENTS

The Mundo

188

Analyzing the Trade

190

Summary

192

PART THREE Selected Readings

193

CHAPTER 24 Currency Futures Trading Basics

195

How Do FOREX Futures Trading Prices Relate to Those in the
Cash FOREX Market?

195

Where, Then, Do the Forwards Come From?

196

CHAPTER 25 FOREX Lessons from Shanghai BC

199

Trading: A Mind Game

199

BC’s Words of Wisdom

201

Trend Trading: Accumulation and Distribution

202

Technicals and Charting

203

Using Crosses and Gold

205

Using Stops

206

USD/JPY Hints

207

Reacting to News

208

Fair Value

208

Different Centers

209

A Word for New Traders

210

Quips from BC

210

CHAPTER 26 Introducing the Mundo—The
Synthetic Global Spot Currency

211

Transitivity and Equilibrium

213

Usage

215

FOREX Beta

216

Summary

219

CHAPTER 27 A New Introduction to the Goodman
Swing Count System

221

The GSCS Rules

226

GSCS Principles

242


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