CFDs: Forex: A Quick and Easy Guide for Beginners to Start Trading
By Pete Manlow
For anyone looking to get into forex trading for the first time, or to get trading on a more consistent basis, this effort from Pete Manlow offers an accessible and comprehensive approach to enlighten readers after assurance on where to begin. With a clear vision and a voice of experience, this book could become an invaluable beginning step for those seeking the confidence to get started with forex.
With a clear stall set out at the beginning, Pete Manlow has no desire to attract experienced forex traders with his book, Forex: A Quick and Easy Guide for Beginners to Start Trading. Instead, with a clear focus on providing everything that anyone could need to get started and begin trading, this book looks to break down all the barriers.
Starting with an explanation of why forex trading is so often chosen as a route into a trading career or a way to supplement income on the side, it homes in on its advantages and how these create opportunities for any investor.
Forex, according to Manlow, does not require a large initial investment to begin, and traders can work at any time of day, with markets open through the night.
The method of learning is centered on getting to grips with each term and removing the jargon associated with this kind of language that could well be completely new to a trading novice. The next step is to provide readers with so-called “tester” strategies to go and get started with, so each new term can be put into practice in order to get a better understanding of what it all means.
It then focuses on how to improve bit by bit, and seeks to find ways to get around how overwhelming it can be at the start. The writer of this forex book review believes that this resource could be the best place to begin for those new to forex.
Length: 52 pages
Publisher: CreativeSpace Independent Publishing
Publication Date: January 5, 2017