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Trading the forex market has become one of the most popular forms of trading. It's a 24/7 job for many. But what if you have a day job and only a little time to dedicate to the market?
Raghee Horner is a private trader, founder of EZ2Trade Software, entrepreneur, and author. She is a regular contributor to a number of sites, including FXStreet, Trading Markets, and eSignal, as well as a featured speaker at the forex and Traders Expos. Horner's commentary and analysis is seen daily by thousands of traders at Raghee.com, gotforex.com, forextraderdaily.com, and her personal blog, ragheehorner.com. She is also the author of the Wiley titles Thirty Days of Forex Trading and Forex Trading for Maximum Profit.
Table of Contents
|Making Money in Up and Down Markets||p. 1|
|Fill in the Blanks||p. 2|
|A Bull Is on the Loose!||p. 3|
|Full-Time Trading=Full-Time Job||p. 9|
|Employee Mindset||p. 11|
|Confessions of a Chart Junkie||p. 12|
|Analyzing the Market||p. 14|
|Identify the Trend||p. 16|
|Time Frames||p. 16|
|The Wave||p. 19|
|Sinking, Soaring, or Sideways?||p. 23|
|Market Cycles||p. 23|
|A Wish||p. 28|
|Market Memory||p. 28|
|Trade with Price||p. 31|
|Order Entry||p. 35|
|Stop Loss||p. 36|
|Risk Management||p. 38|
|Trendlines, Support, and Resistance||p. 41|
|Static and Dynamics Lines||p. 41|
|The Magic of Lazy Days Lines||p. 43|
|Fibonacci Analysis||p. 44|
|Lazy Days Lines at Work||p. 45|
|Using Lazy Days Lines||p. 46|
|The Wave in Action||p. 48|
|Real-Life Lazy Days Lines||p. 54|
|Comprehension + Confirmation = Confidence||p. 55|
|The Only Entries You Need||p. 57|
|Momentum Trading||p. 58|
|Swing Trading||p. 63|
|Short Cycle Set-Ups||p. 68|
|Inside the Range||p. 71|
|Around the World||p. 73|
|Who's Awake?||p. 74|
|Financial Centers You Need to Know||p. 75|
|Prime Time!||p. 76|
|Pip Movement||p. 81|
|A Day with the EUR/USD||p. 82|
|Time Out!||p. 85|
|Choosing Your Trading Time||p. 95|
|Market Pulse||p. 97|
|U.S. Dollar Index and USD/CAD||p. 104|
|U.S. Dollar Index and AUD/USD||p. 110|
|Trading Psychology||p. 117|
|Stay in Balance||p. 119|
|The Role of Experience||p. 120|
|Trading for Real||p. 123|
|The Psychology of Market Cycles||p. 125|
|The Psychology of News||p. 125|
|The Psychology of Time||p. 127|
|The Psychology of Numbers, Entries, and Exits||p. 128|
|Psychological Numbers||p. 131|
|Using the Herd||p. 133|
|The 200 SMA||p. 133|
|52-Week Highs and Lows||p. 135|
|Trading Edge||p. 137|
|The Right Side of the Chart||p. 145|
|Consumer Confidence||p. 146|
|Risk Appetite||p. 148|
|Sell the News||p. 148|
|Is My Broker Friend or Fee?||p. 153|
|The 2 Percent Question||p. 155|
|Stop Loss Placement||p. 156|
|Trading Truths||p. 158|
|Embracing Automation||p. 163|
|Charting Tools||p. 166|
|Profit Targets||p. 166|
|Fifteen-Minute Set-Ups||p. 170|
|Raghee Recommends||p. 179|
|Final Thoughts||p. 183|
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