FXTE – Advanced Forex Online Trading Course – Jimmy Young & Ross Beck – AFO-08 – 20091019 – Complete 6 Months Live Online Seminar
Once you understand the basic mechanics of the Forex market and the systems that work best for the market, you’re ready for the FXTE Advanced Forex Trading Course. In this dynamic six-month long course, you’ll examine the logic behind the systems presented at the Intermediate Forex Trading Course and applied in the FXTE Trade Tactics Online Coaching program. Plus, you will be able to:
– Improve your ability to control risk and boost performance with leverage and position sizing. **
– Profit from tracking and trading the key market drivers
– Refine your skills to master cross currency trades
– Learn how to use advanced technical patterns for entries and exits, including more on Gartley, Fibonacci, butterfly and many others
– Spot policy shifts in statements from government officials both in the U.S. and foreign countries – and profit from them
– Discover advanced option trading ideas and strategies that will work for you and much more!
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01 – 20091019 – The Best Currency to Buy & The Best Currency to Sell – Right Now.avi
02 – 20091102 – Time Analysis – Time & Price Retracements – Fibonacci & Gann Numbers.avi
03 – 20091123 – Wolfe Wave – Parallel Channels – Parallel Lines for EndofWaveC (EOWC).avi
04 – 20091130 – Live Trading Session with Jimmy Young.avi
05 – 20091214 – 100% System Trader – No Discretion.avi
06 – 20100104 – Making Money with Andrews Pitchforks.avi
07 – 20100118 – Carry Trade.avi
08 – 20100201 – Forecasting with Market Geometry – Circles & Triangles.avi
09 – 20100215 – Trading Across Multiple Time Frames.avi
10 – 20100301 – Secrets of WD Gann – Gann Market Geometry.avi
11 – 20100315 – Students Questions.avi
12 – 20100329 – How to Become a Professional Money Manager.avi
Forex Trading – Foreign Exchange Course
You want to learn about Forex?
Foreign exchange, or forex, is the conversion of one country’s currency into another.
In a free economy, a country’s currency is valued according to the laws of supply and demand.
In other words, a currency’s value can be pegged to another country’s currency, such as the U.S. dollar, or even to a basket of currencies.
A country’s currency value may also be set by the country’s government.
However, most countries float their currencies freely against those of other countries, which keeps them in constant fluctuation.