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Carnival of Forex Trading — January 6, 2008

January 6, 2008 (Last updated on January 9, 2013) by

Welcome to the January 6, 2008 edition of Carnival of Forex Trading.

Ian Welsh presents Has the Dollar Hegemony’s Tipping Point Been Passed? posted at The Agonist, saying, “Being the standard reserve currency mattered. Knowing when the switch is occuring will be important for betting the trend.”

Vahid Chaychi presents Is Forex a Suitable Job for Everybody? posted at Weboma.com, saying, “Forex is good job but it is not suitable for everybody. In addition to knowledge and experience, it needs proper mental and psychological situation.” The same author also presents another article on the topic of the Forex career — When You Will Be A Professional Forex Trader? posted the same site.

Dr. Barry Burns presents The Energy of Fractals posted at Top Dog Trading, saying, “How to see what a Forex market is likely to do in the future?” The same author also presents Good Trading MUST Feel Unnatural! Here’s Why?, saying, “Does it every seem strange how the Forex market seems to always do exactly the opposite of your trade? It’s actually the most natural thing in the world for that to happen! Here’s how to understand that and also how to overcome it.” And its second part — Good Trading MUST Feel Unnatural, Part 2., saying, “Most Forex traders do not make money because they aren’t willing to do what successful traders do. It’s pretty much that simple. Here’s exactly what successful traders do that makes them profitable … ironically the amateurs could do it too, but they honestly don’t think it’s important, so they keep looking for answers in all the wrong places and continue spinning their wheels.”

Sagar presents Comparison: Major Presidential Candidates on Monetary Policy and the USD posted at Currency Trading.net. Another article, submitted by the same author is 20 Reasons Why a Falling Dollar Isn? t Necessarily a Bad Thing.

That concludes this Carnival of Forex Trading edition. Only four authors posted the relevant and interesting articles this time, but almost all of them submitted more than one article, so there is something to read about Forex at the end of the week.

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