Rob Booker was key speaker at the 3 FXstreet.com International Traders Conferences in October 2007, 2008 and 2009 in Barcelona.
Rob Booker is a foreign currency trader, best-selling author, and sought after speaker. A tireless world traveler, he has spoken to countless numbers of sold-out audiences throughout Asia, Europe and North America.
Rob is the founder of Piptopia.com, an online community for currency traders, as well as TraderRadio.net, a daily radio program heard by traders around the globe. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed Adventures of a Currency Trader as well as The Currency Trader's Handbook and Strategy:10, a highly popular currency e-book that has been downloaded more than a half million times since its release.
Most recently, Rob’s book, Super Simple Forex Strategies, was released in Japan, becoming an “FX” bestseller with more than 30,000 copies sold.
Renowned for his entertaining approach to discussing the world’s largest and most volatile financial market, Rob’s analysis is read by thousands of people each day throughout the world. He maintains his Forex advisory practice close to home in Mission Viejo, California.
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Rob Booker is the co-author with Dave Murphy of the DVD Support and Resistance Trading released by FXstreet.com. Step-by-step, you will learn to set up trades on any currency pair, on any time frame chart. If you are a short term trader, these profitable strategies can help you plan and complete trades on 5 minute, 1 minute, and even tick charts. If you are a longer term trader, these same methods will help you plan trades to capture the huge swings in the currency markets -- moves that last for hundreds of pips.
Fear and Timing
Wed, Jun 19 2013, 13:42 GMT
3-2-1 and I'm Done
Tue, Jun 18 2013, 07:40 GMT
Wed, Jun 12 2013, 14:27 GMT
Personal Accountability and How Long It Takes to Become Successful at Trading
Mon, Jun 10 2013, 13:57 GMT
The Price, the Balance and the Nature of Accomplishment
Wed, Jun 5 2013, 12:55 GMT