JERUDONG, Brunei (PRWEB) September 24, 2014
For author Mazlan Abang, the huge global market offers a wide range of opportunities with no definite disadvantages. In “Bridging to the Trillions Market” (published by Partridge Singapore) the author endeavors to help readers understand and take full advantage of today’s market.
“Bridging to the Trillions Market” provides an easy step by step charting analysis with elected indicators and comparison between charts of different time frame. The author shows readers and traders see where previous traders went wrong with explanations and illustrations based on real experiences during author's own venture in the currency market.
The author has always believed that income matters and that currency trading if done right could be an exciting and lucrative venture. With this book readers are given the chance to succeed with various tips and techniques taken from the experiences of experienced traders.
“Bridging to the Trillions Market” works as a guide for new traders to enhance their understanding on the different aspects and provides variables which will hopefully lead them to improved trading.
“Bridging to the Trillions Market”
By Mazlan Abang
Softcover | 8.5x8.5 in | 90 pages | ISBN 9781482824445
E-Book | 90 pages | ISBN 9781482824452
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Mazlan Abang taught economics and business related subjects in secondary school and high school for almost 20 years.
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