Forex Trading: Trade Forex So That You Do Not Need to Work Your 9-5
By Sam Sutton
For its faults, nobody who reads Sam Sutton’s book can deny that the author is somebody who is not only knowledgeable about the way that the forex trading world works, but passionate about it too. This forex book review will touch on both the pros of Sutton’s book, including his clear understanding of analytical tools useful for forex trading, and on the downsides as well.
Sam Sutton’s book has plenty going for it, and there’s a lot to get stuck on too. He specifically targets the book at those without any experience working in the forex markets. As a result, newbies will find the strategies he imparts easy to pick up.
He provides an overview on a variety of trading perspectives ranging from value trading to analytical, and his book also functions as a handy primer for the basics of trading foreign exchange.
Sutton is honest about his perception of the forex trading world. He makes it clear that there’s no “game” which leads to quick profits, for example. However, the book perhaps doesn’t fully reveal the reality of forex trading, so it’s also worth taking the claims made in the title of Sutton’s work with some scepticism.
Very few highly successful forex traders are able to “set it and forget it” when it comes to making their trades, and in many cases, forex trading is actually a time drag – even if the trader is not in an office between the hours of 9am and 5pm. This book is still worth reading, but it should be remembered that a forex trading career still requires significant work.
Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 571 KB, 73 pages
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