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FX books to read for newbies
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steveday1976

Member Since Mar 03, 2019  50 posts steveday1976 Mar 07 at 07:16
Hi All

I am fairly new to trading and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions about which books are best to read. Books on fx and topics such as money management would be a great help

tracydavison

Member Since Feb 11, 2019  34 posts tracydavison Mar 10 at 06:45
I would also be interested to know this. I hope you get some answers soon!

REB_FX

Member Since Feb 08, 2019  31 posts Rachel (REB_FX) Mar 11 at 07:39
Look forward to seeing what everyone's suggestions here will be.

For me the Mark Douglas material was really good for the trading mindset, and I often revisit these.
He has the The Disciplined Trader and Trading in the Zone.

FMovingAverage

Member Since Jul 12, 2018  24 posts Fxekspert eu (FMovingAverage) Apr 04 at 12:16
For the very fundamentals:

Currency Trading for Dummies

It's not greatly detailed, but for a beginner a good starting point. Technical analysis, patterns etc.

ScottyCarsonMVP

Member Since Feb 10, 2019  54 posts ScottyCarsonMVP Apr 05 at 11:33
REB_FX posted:
Look forward to seeing what everyone's suggestions here will be.

For me the Mark Douglas material was really good for the trading mindset, and I often revisit these.
He has the The Disciplined Trader and Trading in the Zone.


Yeah they are good

Nasrul_Swing

Member Since Feb 28, 2019  81 posts Nasrul (Nasrul_Swing) Apr 07 at 06:12
Planet Forex: Currency Trading in the Digital Age
Authors: Cofnas, Abe

I would like to suggest this book. It covers fundamentals and technicals analysis. And this is the latest book which published 2018.

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SRInvestments

Member Since Feb 26, 2019  6 posts SR Investments (SRInvestments) Apr 07 at 06:36
Forget books, they're all full of b.s. Head over to baby pips. They'll give you the best information. Then get yourself on an educators course. But just don't get scammed. There are so many scammers out there!

Investing in your future!
Garretjacob

Member Since Jun 11, 2019  2 posts Garret Jacob (Garretjacob) Jun 11 at 07:25
Wow

ForexFarmer1

Member Since Jun 14, 2019  7 posts ForexFarmer1 Jun 16 at 07:06
SRInvestments posted:
Forget books, they're all full of b.s. Head over to baby pips. They'll give you the best information. Then get yourself on an educators course. But just don't get scammed. There are so many scammers out there!



Babypips is good for the basics but it will never teach you how to make profit. The information is too basic

bogu399

Member Since Jun 20, 2019  1 posts bogu399 Jun 21 at 10:54
Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques: A Contemporary Guide to the Ancient Investment Techniques of the Far East by the master Steve Nison.
This man was the interpreter of candlestick method of analysis then its reading is basis for whatever price action an technical analysis.
He wrote a second book about your candlesticks, but this i don't read yet lol

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