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    [PLEASE SEARCH] Why we search the Forum first for stuff...

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    A great book about who we are trading with. Thanks for the share guys.




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    Beat the Forex Dealer: An insider's look into trading today's foreign exchange market (Wiley Trading) [Hardcover]
    Agustin Silvani


    Book Description
    Publication Date: November 3, 2008 | ISBN-10: 0470722088 | ISBN-13: 978-0470722084 | Edition: 1
    The foreign-exchange market is often referred to as the Slaughterhouse where novice traders go to get 'chopped up'. It is one of egos and money, where millions of dollars are won and lost every day and phones are routinely thrown across hectic trading desks. This palpable excitement has led to the explosion of the retail FX market, which has unfortunately spawned a new breed of authors and gurus more than happy to provide misleading and often downright fraudulent information by promising traders riches while making forex trading 'easy'.

    Well I'll let you in on a little secret: there is nothing easy about trading currencies. If you don't believe me then stop by Warren Buffet's office and ask him how he could lose $850m betting on the dollar or ask George Soros why his short yen bets cost him $600m not once but twice in 1994. What's wrong with these guys, don't they read FX books?

    In reality, the average client's trading approach combined with the unscrupulous practices of some brokers make spot FX trading more akin to the games found on the Vegas strip than to anything seen on Wall St. The FX market is littered with the remains of day traders and genius 'systems,' and to survive in the long-run traders have to realize that they are playing a game where the cards are clearly stacked against them.

    Have you ever had your stop hit at a price that turned out to be the low/high for the day? Bad luck perhaps? Maybe. What if it happens more than once? Do you ever feel like the market is out to get you? Well guess what, in this Zero Sum game it absolutely is.

    Covering the day-to-day mechanics of the FX market and the unsavoury dealings going on, Beat the Forex Dealer offers traders the market-proven trading techniques needed to side-step dealer traps and develop winning trading methods. Learn from an industry insider the truth behind dirty dealer practices including: stop-hunting, price shading, trading against clients and 'no dealing desk' realities.

    Detailing the dealer-inspired trading techniques developed by MIGFX Inc, consistently ranked among the world's leading currency trading firms, the book helps turn average traders into winning traders; and in a market with a 90% loss rate winning traders are in fact quite rare! More than just a simple manual, Beat the Forex Dealer brings to life the excitement of the FX market by delivering insights into some of the greatest trading triumphs and highlighting legendary disasters; all written in an easy to read style.

    Make no mistake about it there is a lot of money to be made in currency trading, you just have to know where to look. Sidestepping simple dealer traps is one way of improving your daily p&l, but it is surely not the only one. Successful trading comes down to taking care of the details, which means skipping the theoretical stuff and providing only up-to-date, real-life examples while sharing the FX trading tips that have proved so profitable over the years. By stripping away the theory and getting down to the core of trading, you too will find yourself on the way to beating the forex dealer!

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    Hi Ishtana, on the forum is the search.
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    Thanks guys. Why am I keep missing the item I was searching for using the search function. So embarrassing for people to keep telling me that stuff is already shared if you bother to look =(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishtana View Post
    Thanks guys. Why am I keep missing the item I was searching for using the search function. So embarrassing for people to keep telling me that stuff is already shared if you bother to look =(

    Ishtana...


    The forum search function is very good at finding any words above 3 characters long.

    Take a lot of Forex forums out there (Indo especially), if you search for something over there you will get hundreds of search returns back and people get fed up of trying to wade through threads to find what they want....

    ...this breeds contempt and people just start ignoring the search function and start duplicate threads, making the whole process of searching "a pain" rather than a simple excellent function as it should be.


    Thus, the reason why we ask people to search first is because it stops duplicate threads being posted and stops the forum from being dis-organized.



    So back to searching...


    You can also use multiple words to try and find your results. Personally I try to limit my first search...

    So if you were looking for "Agustin Silvani - Beat the Forex Dealer" try to limit the search to the one word...

    So if you searched just for "Agustin" you would have found your book very easily...if you cannot then search for "Silvani" etc etc etc...

    Hope this helps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bonnie1234 View Post
    Ishtana...


    The forum search function is very good at finding any words above 3 characters long.

    Take a lot of Forex forums out there (Indo especially), if you search for something over there you will get hundreds of search returns back and people get fed up of trying to wade through threads to find what they want....

    ...this breeds contempt and people just start ignoring the search function and start duplicate threads, making the whole process of searching "a pain" rather than a simple excellent function as it should be.


    Thus, the reason why we ask people to search first is because it stops duplicate threads being posted and you don`t end up with a forum that is not organized.



    So back to searching...


    You can also use multiple words to try and find your results. Personally I try to limit my first search...

    So if you were looking for "Agustin Silvani - Beat the Forex Dealer" try to limit the search to the one word...

    So if you searched just for "Agustin" you would have found your book very easily...if you cannot then search for "Silvani" etc etc etc...

    Hope this helps?
    Bonnie thanx a lot for your nice contribution. Can u give me some price action ebook link. you can pm me

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    Hi Juisen

    Quote Originally Posted by juisen25 View Post
    Bonnie thanx a lot for your nice contribution. Can u give me some price action ebook link. you can pm me


    Hi Juisen


    Have you done a search for the Keyword(s): "eBooks" & "price" & "action" ?



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    Thanks Bonnie. Now I know there's a bit of art involved in the search function. I usually put the whole title in, and the search functions returns me with nothing. My next step is to Google it. I put the whole title in + "worldwide invest". But we already know now, this is not the best way to find things in this forum.

    Okey dokey, problem solved. Thank you Mr. Bonnie. You're the coolest mod around =)

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    Just sharing another search function which is quite useful.
    Use google:
    Type:
    site:[Only registered and activated users can see links. ] The Book of Investing Wisdom
    or use the author name Agustin Silvani
    site:[Only registered and activated users can see links. ] Agustin Silvani

    Hope it helps on searching books in here.

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