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Forex Trading Book – Episode 2 – Trading Price Action

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Forex Trading Book – Episode 2 – Trading Price Action

Second episode of our series about Forex Trading Books. In the first episode, we have talked about Price Action, reviewing the book “Price Action Breakdown” by Laurientiu Damir.
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In this video, we are going on with Price Action, reviewing a series of 3 books that are a bit more advanced: Trading Price Action by Al Brooks.
The series is composed of three books:

– Trading Price Action: Trends
– Trading Price Action: Trading Ranges
– Trading Price Action: Reversals

Each book is a must if you are a trader who focuses on Price Action and Technical Analysis, but if you are a beginner, probably this is not a book for you.
A complete analysis in the video!

Trading Price Action (Trends) on Amazon:

Trading Price Action (Trading Ranges) on Amazon:

Trading Price Action (Reversals) on Amazon:

Al Brooks page on Investing:

Enjoy the video!

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