Forex on Five Hours a Week: How to Make Money Trading on Your Own Time


  • Pages: 211
  • Format: PDF
  • Published Date: 2010


Forex on Five Hours a Week shows readers how they can master a few techniques, focus their efforts on their choice of time frame, and profit in the forex market. Readers with a day job and little time to dedicate to the market will learn all they need to know to capture consistent profits.

Author’s Introduction:

This book is as much a written text as it is a complete course. I’ve included links and charting examples, which allow me to walk you through the concepts in this book. I’m especially happy about that because this makes it easier for me to show you additional examples of the strategies I use, such as working across multiple time frames and pairs.

I also invite you to join me at my blog at where I discuss the markets on a daily basis and share videos and color charts of set-ups and price action that I am watching. It’s just another way of keeping in touch after you complete this book.

The Forex on Five Hours a Week approach is as much about streamlining your market analysis as it is about challenging assumptions. There
are going to be ideas that I will share with you that challenge the norm and perhaps are 180 degrees from what you have heard or even have been doing! This does not stem from some desire of mine to zig when everyone else is zagging.

Forex on Five Hours a Week readers will use the psychology of the market to their advantage; after all, that is what you are tracking, analyzing, and watching on a price chart. This is external psychology. Never forget that you are trading reactions, fear, greed, and uncertainty. This alone will take you past the charts and make trading a much more natural activity.


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