Learn more about the Risks, Unwritten Rules and Invisible Traps associated with Trading Stocks, Forex, CFD There are a lot of books and other educational resources selling the dream of becoming a successful trader: who doesn’t want to quit his or her day job and tell the boss ‘Go to hell’, make money trading in front of the PC, and achieve financial freedom? Who doesn’t want to be free and enjoy life?
But how many traders actually succeed in the long run? Only a few.
Learn from other people’s mistakes, and avoid losing your hard earned money. Read this Book for Beginners and see how trading may look and feel like.
This book will not teach you a specific trading methodology. My goal is to help you understand the most important pitfalls that can make you fail and lose your money.
Who Should Read This Book About Trading? Each day, new traders and investors start to ride the market roller coaster. Armed with enthusiasm and hope, they begin their quest for (big) profits. Unfortunately, for some of them the ride turns out to be a nightmare, and they end up losing (a lot of) money.
I wrote this miniguide for them—the ordinary, individual traders, willing to risk their hard-earned money and trade the markets for profits. They may trade different financial instruments—stocks, indices, commodities, currencies, and so forth—but they all try to speculate the short-term and/or medium-term price fluctuations.
If you are a Beginner willing to risk your money and trade the markets, then I wrote the book for you.
Why Should You Read This Book? If you are about to start trading or if you have already started, I believe that you will make some, most, or even all of the mistakes other traders (just like you) already made. By reading this book you can learn from the many mistakes I have made over the years. I am sure that a lot of other traders have made the same mistakes and many more will continue to do so in the future.
About the Author # I have been trading since 2005.
# Stocks, Contracts for Difference (CFDs) on Currencies (Forex), Indices, and Commodities.
# During the years I experienced both very good and very bad times. I know how it feels to win $1,000 in two to three days; I knows how it feels to lose $1,000 in a single day.
# I have a background in finance.
# I am not a full-time trader. Over the years, I had several jobs in the financial trading industry: I worked as a stock broker, sales/business developer, and marketer.
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