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The FX Bootcamp Guide to Strategic and Tactical Forex Trading (Wiley Trading)
The FX Bootcamp Guide to Strategic and Tactical Forex Trading (Wiley Trading)
by Wayne McDonell
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £50.00

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nothing New, 25 Mar. 2011
Unfortunately this is just another over-priced book to add to the library of books that all say the same thing.

The problem with this book, is that it doesn't go into enough detail (like most of them). It touches on the basics and highlights the importance of the standard indicators etc etc.

There are three books you NEED to buy:

Technical Analysis by John Murphy: Goes into detail on how each indicator works. The size of the book is off putting but it is an easy read and is very enjoyable applying the techniquesfrom the book to the charts. I still go through it every once in while.

Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques by Steve Nison: I wish I read this book earlier! People forget the importance of candlesticks. They are a visual representation of market sentiment. Learnig to interpret their meaning will make your entry and exits far more profitable. Worth the money!

Come into My Trading Room by Alexander Elder: The second half of the book is useful. It gives a detailed example of how to keep a trading journal and how to learn from your mistakes from observing key information from the journal. Remember, a journal is key for success.

Hope this was helpful.

Do not waste your time and money with the rest.
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Love Is A Liability
Love Is A Liability
Offered by Books-and-Sounds
Price: £7.50

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Falty-less., 10 Aug. 2009
This review is from: Love Is A Liability (Audio CD)
I thought Martyn's latest album would be the taker of the 'best dubstep album of 2009' crown. But then I stumbled across this. It is hard to fault this album. Every track has been beautifully produced in what really is an outstanding, intelligent album. In fact this album is so good, that everything else sounds weak in comparison. Falty's roots in soul and funk are fused together with deep and progressive dubstep beats. For any true dubstep fan, this album is a must have, that will be the gem in anyone's collection. I rarely write reviews, but this album deserves more recognition. 10/10 Falty!

Sounds similar to Pangaea, Blasta, Kode 9, Floating Points, Synkro, Pearson Sound, Searchl1te, Moderat, Ital Tek, Appleblim, Miretz, Kloke.
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