Archive for June, 2010

Forex Trading Tips:Leverage With Little Risk

Leverage With Little Risk I work at the World Financial Center which is located right next to Ground Zero, so effectively I have to navigate a massive construction site every time I need to go in out of the office. Each day as I make my way to and from the subway I follow a [...]

Forex Trading Strategies – From Inversion Scalp to Inversion Setup

CNBC Interview: Outlook for Euro and Aussie

I was on CNBC today talking about my outlook for the euro and aussie. Here are 2 clips

AUD Reaction to New Prime Minister

It is exciting to be in Australia during such a monumental time when the country ushers in its first ever female Prime Minister. Haslinda from Bloomberg managed to wedge me in between Rudd’s resignation speech and Gillard’s acceptance speech – though I would have been happily bumped by such a significant event.
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China, Australia and Euro

I was on the Australian Broadcasting Channel Wed talking about the impact of Chinese Yuan Revaluation, my outlook for the Aussie and euro amongst other currencies:

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Forex Trading Tips: No Fear

No Fear I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed. Michael Jordan This week I crossed the breakeven line [...]

Kathy Lien Headed for Australia!

I am so excited to announce that I will be headed to Australia next week! Here’s my schedule. Hopefully I will get a chance to meet or reconnect with some of you in person.
Seminars
Brisbane Traders Expo (June 18 and June 19)
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Friday June 18:
11am Learn the Basics of Forex Trading [...]

Roar! by Kevin Daum – A Book I Can’t Put Down

My friend Kevin Daum gave me a copy of his new book Roar! Get Heard in the Sales and Marketing Jungle: A Business Fable and I can’t put it down!
For anyone who has ever needed to sell anything, this book is both entertaining and educational. It has nothing to do with trading, [...]

Forex Trading Tips: Pawn Star

Pawn Star As a quintessential Upper West side New Yorker living my blue state limousine liberal existence, I’ve never been in a pawn shop in my life. In fact I did not know that pawn shops even existed until I took trip to Houston several years and was assaulted by billboard ads for their services [...]

Forex Trading Tips: Price Versus Value

Price Versus Value What is a cynic? A man who knows the price of everything and the value of nothing. Oscar Wilde. In the latest book I am reading “Fooling Some of the People all of the Time,” hedge fund manager David Einhorn makes a great case for value investing. Einhorn who runs Greenlight Capital [...]

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