FX Insider by Brad Gilbert
Investment Bank Chief Foreign Exchange Trader With more than 20 years' experience as a Marketmaker

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There are plenty of books out there proclaiming to “tell all” or to “reveal the secrets” to foreign exchange (or forex) trading. There are plenty of “gurus” offering advice and suggestions on how to trade the market successfully. But how many of these people have any real industry experience in trading foreign exchange? Not many, I can tell you that right now.

I’m Bradley Gilbert, and I worked on the front line for eighteen years at some of the biggest investment banks in the world—and I made over $70 million in that time. Do I have your attention yet? So, if you really want to make money trading FX, follow me!

This book has been written to give you, the retail trader, a real and practical guide to trading the forex markets. Based on my own personal experiences, incorporating the same skills and strategies used by commercial interbank traders and hedge funds, I can help you up your game in the markets. Believe me, running with the “big dogs” is a lot more fun and a lot more rewarding than running against them—and understanding this is a key part to your future success.

Once you have completed the book, you’ll feel more like you’re a part of the market instead of a random speculator. Seeing the market through a new set of eyes will help you to take advantage of the many opportunities the market presents day after day, week after week.

Good luck and happy trading!

About Brad Gilbert

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Brad Gilbert is considered by most experts to be the world's foremost tennis strategist and tactician. He became Andre Agassi's coach in 1994, and twelve and a half months later Agassi had rocketed from number thirty-two to number one in the world and won two Grand Slam titles. Recently Gilbert was voted America's number one tennis coach. He lives in San Rafael, California, with his wife and two children.
Published August 21, 2012 by BalboaPress. 190 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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