Forex Market Books

The Forex books that are presented in this section cover the general aspects of Forex and financial trading. They provide the information that is interesting not only to the Forex beginners but also to the experienced Forex traders that want to learn something new or to maintain a proper structure of their knowledge of the Forex market.

Almost all Forex e-books are in .pdf format. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open these e-books. Some of the e-books (those that are in parts) are zipped.

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Screen Information, Trader Activity, and Bid-Ask Spreads in a Limit Order Market — An in-depth work on a Limit Order Market by Mark Coppejans and Ian Domowitz.

Strategic experimentation in a dealership market — by Massimo Massa and Andrei Simonov.

Limit Orders, Depth, and Volatility — by Hee-Joon Ahna, Kee-Hong Baeb and Kalok Chan.

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator — the best of the best book on financial trading by Edwin Lefevre.

Market Profile Basics — by Jayanthi Gopalakrishnan.

Quote Setting and Price Formation in an Order Driven Market — by Puneet Handa, Robert Schwartz and Ashish Tiwari.

Phantom of the Pits — General thoughts and opinions on trading and market by Arthur L. Simpson.

An Introduction to Market Profile and a User's Guide to Capital Flow Software — by J. Peter Steidlmayer and Ted Hearne.

The Effect of Tick Size on Volatility, Trader Behavior, and Market Quality — by Tavy Ronen and Daniel G. Weaver.

Trading as a Business — by Charlie Wright.

What Moves the Currency Market? — by Kathy Lien - Find out which economic factors help shape the short-term and long-term Forex landscape.

Macroeconomic Implications of the Beliefs and Behavior of Foreign Exchange Traders — by Yin-Wong Cheung and Menzie D. Chinn.

All About the Foreign Exchange Market in the United States — by Sam Y. Cross — a general review of the Forex market made by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 1998.

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