Currency War Winners
In this book, Lou Houlgun invites the reader to take a closer look at currency markets, which are described as being more rewarding than others, given a good understanding of how these currency markets work, despite popular perception to the contrary that forex trading is risky and akin to gambling.
This book focuses on how currency traders have made profits in the many financial crises that have occurred since the United States Dollar decoupled from the gold exchange standard, and the world moved to a fiat currency standard in 1971.
It explores the methodology and techniques of each class of currency trader, ranging from the mega-sized hedge funds to the retail investor, from the bank traders who control 90% of forex trading volume to the non-bank traders that try to follow and indeed anticipate mainstream action. Contemporary currency volatility is examined to uncover the opportunities opening to the retail trader and investor.