Publisher: Alpina Publisher, 2013.
Pages: 288 pp.
Format: 70×100/16 (170x240 mm)
Circulation: 2,000 copies.
Weight: 580 g
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About the book "Currency Trading and Cross-Market Analysis: How to Profit from Global Market Changes"
"The purpose of this book - to give readers the advantage of being able to make money in the foreign exchange markets. It will teach how to correctly assess economic and market dynamics, which will allow you to predict changes in central bank policy." Ashraf Laidy
About currency trading. Currencies are becoming an integral part of many investors' portfolios and have become an independent asset class of banking investment products. Although there are many works devoted to the dynamics of FOREX markets and the theories explaining these dynamics, this book can be called unique. It focuses on the practical side of inter-market relations that determine the behavior of currencies depending on interest rates, stock prices and commodity prices.
Why Currency Trading and Intermarket Analysis is worth reading
The author presents his innovative method, based on a fundamentally new approach to analyzing the foreign exchange market and an objective assessment of both old and new theories. The book will teach you to better understand the changes taking place in the economy and markets and to make more profitable trading decisions. Many previously incomprehensible phenomena will appear explainable and logical.
Who is this book for
For professional and private traders who want to know all about the inter-market relations that determine interest rates, anticipate changes in central bank policy and understand how these changes affect markets.
Who is the author
Ashraf Lydi - Head of Strategic Foreign Exchange Research at CMC Markets, leads analysis and forecasting of currency pair dynamics of G10 countries and monetary policy of the main central banks of the world. Before joining CMC, he monitored multicurrency portfolio behavior at the United Nations, evaluated sovereign and project risk investments at Hagler Bailly and the World Bank, and analyzed emerging market bonds at Reuters. He appears regularly on CNBC TV, Bloomberg TV, CNN, PBS Nightly Business Report and the BBC, and his articles have appeared in The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, The New York Times, Marketwatch, TheStreet.com, Futures and a variety of other international periodicals.