FX Quadrant: Things You Must Know To Succeed In Currency Trading, Business And In Life
Success is yours for the taking! Drawing on some of the latest findings in neuroscience and the work of some of the world's top traders, investors, economists, psychologists, entrepreneurs and other influential people, the FX Quadrant takes you on a journey to discover the prerequisites to successfully trading the currency markets, setting yourself up in business and in life. More
Success is yours for the taking! Drawing on some of the latest findings in neuroscience and the work of some of the world's top traders, investors, economists, psychologists, entrepreneurs and other influential people, the FX Quadrant takes you on a journey to discover the prerequisites to successfully trading the currency markets, setting yourself up in business and in life.
As the name suggests, there is a foreign currency trading theme underpinning this book... In addition to having many years' experience in the financial services industry and having an avid interest in trading the markets; the author, David John chose this theme, primarily due to the popularity of FX trading hitting unprecedented levels...
Following the recent economic crisis from which the world is still feeling the aftershocks, many people have found themselves in a new and unsettling place... Financial institutions they once trusted in and whose stability they once took for granted have either collapsed, been nationalised or at the very least, their integrity seriously called into question.
It is unsurprising to see participation in FX trading increasing, as can often be seen in the gambling sector generally during economically depressed times, along with rising unemployment, alcohol and tobacco consumption... These are dangerous times... The majority of people that attempt to trade the markets lose money they can ill-afford to and worsen their financial situation rather than preserving or improving upon it as intended.
However, the global financial system didn't completely disintegrate, it survived and will probably repeat the same mistakes again in the future...
One thing is self-evident and can be seen all around us, and that is that something has changed... People have become even less trusting of governments and the media, realising with greater clarity than ever, they must educate themselves and learn how to become more self-sufficient... A job for life is no longer something you apply for... It's something you have to create for yourself!
As the name suggests, the FX Quadrant comprises of 4 main parts, which are:
~ 1st Quadrant ~ Passion & Purpose
~ 2nd Quadrant ~ Knowledge & Aptitude
~ 3rd Quadrant ~ Attitude & Discipline
~ 4th Quadrant ~ Opportunity & Money
Here are some of the things you will discover inside:
~ Some essential things you must know about the currency markets before you start trading them, together with establishing if you should start at all.
~ Understanding how the brain works and the psychological attachments that can sabotage a person's hopes of success.
~ Things successful people in trading and business know and understand... Their approach and way of thinking that contributes to their success.
~ How for most people financial independence is the sought after goal and for the truly successful it is just the first step.
~ And much, much more!
This is must-have information in these difficult and competitive economic times... The bar is being raised... People are having to continuously adapt and repackage themselves to stand out in what appears like a contracting market of opportunities; however, it's not so much a case of the market contracting as it is the rules of engagement are changing...
The FX Quadrant is a book for anyone determined to do just that... By reminding yourself of some proven key success principles and combining these with your talents and passions, you will have the best chance of promoting yourself authentically and standing out from the crowd...
Let the FX Quadrant help guide you towards achieving the success you desire!
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