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17 Proven CurrencyTrading StrategiesHow to Profit in the Forex MarketFREEeCHAPTERMARIO SINGH

Advance Praises“This is an excellent primer for traders at the start of their Forex tradingcareer. I especially like the fact that it is separated into two parts, withPart 1 covering a complete introduction to Forex and Part 2 covering theexact strategies. At the end, Mario provides two invaluable pieces ofadvice for continued success. Firstly, he provides the five rules a tradermust adhere to. Secondly, he sets out the three character attributes atrader must have. I believe this book deserves a place in your bookshelf.”Ray Barros, trader, private hedge fund manager,and author of The Nature of Trends“Since I have been investing in international equities for many years,this book was of particular interest. Foreign exchange impacts us all andparticularly those of us investing globally. This book gives a fascinatinginsight into exactly how the Foreign Exchange market, the world’s largest,actually works. I was particularly interested in the description of the sixmajor players in the market: central banks, commercial and investmentbanks, multi-national corporations, institutional traders, retail Forexbrokers and retail traders. One particularly fascinating feature in thebook is a psychological questionnaire which determines “What kind oftrader are you?” and also deals with trading strategies for various typesof traders.”Mark Mobius, Executive Chairman,Templeton Emerging Markets“Success! Mario has created a series of powerful, easy-to-use tradingstrategies that anyone can use regardless of their level of experience.I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Mario and working with him for years,and there is no better person from which to learn about currency trading.17 Proven Currency Trading Strategies gives the reader everything theyneed to succeed.”Ed Ponsi, President,FXEducator.com and EdPonsi.com“Mario Singh is the King of Forex in Asia! He is one of the few peoplewho truly understand the importance of combining fundamentals withtechnical and does it extremely well. He is a great friend and his passionfor trading and teaching others comes through clearly. This book is jampacked with useful trading strategies for all types of traders. You canliterally pick up this book and start trading. Well respected throughoutAsia, this book will quickly become a staple on the bookshelves of allForex traders in the region.“Kathy Lien, CNBC Contributor,Managing Director of FX Strategy,BK Asset Managementwww.wiley.com/buy/9781118385517AVAILABLE WHEREVER BOOKSAND EBOOKS ARE SOLD

Please feel free to post thissampler on your blog or website, or emailit to anyone you think would enjoy it!Thank you.Extracted from 17 Proven Currency Trading Strategies: How to Profit in the Forex Market published in 2013 byJohn Wiley & Sons Singapore Pte. Ltd., 1 Fusionopolis Walk, #07-01, Solaris South Tower, Singapore 138628.All rights reservedCopyright 2013 by John Wiley and Sons Singapore Pte. Ltd.No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by anymeans, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning or otherwise, except as expressly permittedby law, without either the prior written permission of the Publisher, or authorization through payment of theappropriate photocopy fee to the Copyright Clearance Center. Requests for permission should be addressedto the Publisher, John Wiley & Sons Singapore Pte Ltd., 1 Fusionopolis Walk, #07-01, Solaris South Tower,Singapore 138628, tel: 65-6643-8000, fax: 65- 6643- 8008, email: [email protected]

MARIO SINGHContentsPrefacexiAcknowledgmentsxixPART ONEForex Is a Game1CHAPTER 1How to Play the Game3The Forex Game3Forex and the Seven Majors5CHAPTER 2Leverage11Summary14How Money Is Made in the Game15Buy Low, Sell High15Three Points in Every Trade17Bid/Ask Spread23What Causes the Price of CurrenciesCHAPTER 3to Fluctuate?25Fraction Theory30Reading the Charts31Market Structure37Summary48The Six Major Players51Central Banks51Commercial and Investment Banks58vii4

MARIO SINGHviiiCHAPTER 4CHAPTER 5CONTENTSMultinational Corporations62Institutional Traders68Retail Forex Brokers69Retail Traders70Summary70Why You Must Play the Game73Top 17 Reasons to Trade Forex73Summary84Play It Your Way: UnderstandingYour Profile87The Experiment88Five Categories of Forex Traders92Your Perfect Strategy98SummaryPART TWOStrategies to Win the Game107109Includes details on the FXPRIMUS100% bonus trading creditCHAPTER 6CHAPTER 7Strategies for Scalpers111Strategy 1: Rapid-Fire Strategy111Strategy 2: Piranha Strategy118Strategies for Day Traders125Strategy 3: Fade the Break126Strategy 4: Trade the Break131Trading the News138Strategy 5: Gawk the Talk143Strategy 6: Balk the Talk1485

MARIO SINGHixContentsCHAPTER 8CHAPTER 9Strategies for Swing Traders155Strategy 7: Trend Rider155Strategy 8: Trend Bouncer163Strategy 9: Fifth Element169Strategy 10: Power Ranger177Strategy 11: The Pendulum185Strategies for Position Traders191Strategy 12: Swap and Fly192Strategy 13: Commodity Correlation (Part 1)199Strategy 13: Commodity Correlation (Part 2)204Strategy 14: Siamese Twins210CHAPTER 10 Strategies for Mechanical Traders217Strategy 15: Guppy Burst217Strategy 16: English Breakfast Tea223Strategy 17: Good Morning Asia228CHAPTER 11 Conclusion235Bibliography239About the Author241About the Website243Plus FXPRIMUS 100% bonus trading creditIndex2456

MARIO SINGHPrefaceYou can’t afford to ignore forex anymore.This is an urgent message I carry everywhere I go. It reallydoesn’t matter who we are or what stage in life we’re at. You couldbe in school and you can’t seem to figure out the rules of global finance.You could be holding down a job but you desire to make a decent secondincome in your spare time.You could already be involved in the financial markets as a retail traderor investor, but with low yields and depressed growth all around the world,you are searching for an asset class that offers unparalleled returns. Youmight even be a fund manager who holds an international portfolio in different asset classes, such as equities, bonds, and commodities.However, with central banks lowering rates and injecting recordamounts of liquidity into the financial system, you realize the importanceof protecting your entire portfolio against currency risks.Finally, you might be someone running a multinational company. Youcould be based in one country, but your offices span across many countriesall around the world. Expenses for salaries, infrastructure, machinery, andsupplies are paid out in different currencies every single month. As thebusiness gets larger, you can’t turn a blind eye to the currency fluctuations,which have a significant impact to the company’s bottom line every month.If you find yourself in any one of these categories, this book is for you.The sooner we all understand the forex “game,” the better it is going tobe for us. Forex is a game for three reasons. First, playing it must be fun.Second, we play it with an intention to win. Finally, it has rules. If you breakthe rules, the rules will break you.HOW IT ALL BEGANI had a painful start to forex trading because I broke a cardinal rule. Allowme to share my story with you. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not a smartguy. I don’t have a finance degree or an economics degree.xi7

MARIO SINGHxiiPREFACEI studied chemical engineering in school but graduated with third-classhonors, dashing my mother’s hopes of my becoming a top chief executivefor a Fortune 500 company. After graduation, I proceeded to apply for a jobat petroleum giant Shell, but I haven’t heard from them yet.Sometimes I console myself by thinking that my resume lost its way inthe mail. I didn’t have much materially then, but what I had was the burningdesire to achieve success in life. It was this desire to succeed that led me tomy first experience with forex trading.Six years ago, I was with a friend in a local coffee shop when he suddenly flipped open his laptop to reveal a screen full of charts. Through thecharts and jumping numbers on the screen, I asked him, “What’s this?”He coolly replied, “Forex trading.”Thinking it was some hobby he recently picked up, I asked again, “Realcash?”“Yes.” He nodded smugly. “Real cash.”That began to draw me in, slowly but surely. Looking back, it wasn’t thefact that forex was the biggest financial market in the world that drew me in.What drew me in was the fact that all you needed was an Internet connectionand a laptop to make money from this market anywhere in the world.Fascinated, I started to ask my trader friend some questions. When heshared with me the story of how George Soros broke the Bank of Englandon September 16, 1992, and made 1 billion in a day, I was hooked.I’m the kind of guy who only needs one live example of someone whohas done something to convince me that I can do it too. Excited about thisnew discovery called forex trading, I went off and started to do my ownreading on free websites.Soon I started my first account with USD3,000.MY FIRST TRADEMy first trade was on the GBP/USD. It was on an uptrend, and the price hadreached a new high. This is it, I thought, rubbing my hands gleefully. I’mgoing to be a millionaire by next Friday. Seeing that the price had reached anew high, I was convinced that gravity would pull it right down.I clicked “sell.” That poignant moment was the start of my painful lesson. After I clicked “sell,” the price continued to creep up. That’s not supposed to happen, I thought.As prices continued climbing, I decided to hit the sell button again,only this time with double the lot size (and double the intensity) as my firsttrade. I reasoned that if I clicked twice the number of lots, all that neededto happen was for prices to fall a little before I could see some nice profits.8

MARIO SINGHPrefacexiiiAfter the second “sell” click, I couldn’t believe my eyes. The pricewent up further. My hands started to get sweaty. My head started to shinefrom the beads of sweat that started to trickle down from my bald head.Murphy’s Law was in full motion. In desperation, I actually grabbed thelaptop and turned it upside down to paint me a picture of falling prices.My ego was badly hurt.“It’s got to come down,” I muttered to myself. At that point, I clicked“sell” for a third time, with double the lot size of the second trade.The numbers on my laptop screen at the time weren’t very far from thenumbers my friend had shown me. The only difference was that mine had astubborn negative sign preceding them that just wouldn’t go away. A coupleof days after my third dreaded click, the broker closed off all my positions.I was hit with the dreaded margin call.In a grand total of just six days, I had lost my entire account.Whenever I share my story in my forex seminars, I replicate the scenario and draw an uptrend on the whiteboard.“Would you click ‘buy’ or ‘sell’ over here?” I always ask, as I circle thehighest point reached by the price. At every single seminar, most peoplechoose to sell, confident that high prices will fall.It’s almost a consolation to know that we human beings are wired inmuch the same way. Needless to say, after I blew up my account, I wasdevastated.THERE ARE NO SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSESLosing USD3,000 of my hard-earned money in a week was heart-wrenching.Self-defeating thoughts appeared in my mind incessantly.“Forex is risky.”“Forex is gambling.”“Forex is not for me.”I was tempted to wash my hands from the forex market and walk away.However, it was at this low point of my life that the words of a rich andsuccessful Chinese businessman who was my mentor came to 的人。“There are no successful businesses in this world, only successfulpeople.”At this point, I stopped the pity party and asked myself two questions:Do I know people who are making money in the forex market? And: Do Iwant to be in that group?9

MARIO SINGHxivPREFACEI picked myself up again after I answered yes to both questions. Istarted to work on myself. You see, it’s very easy for you and me to getsucked into recognizing that 80% of people lose money in the forex market.However, why can’t we decide to be in the group that makes money?Isn’t it just a simple switch in our thinking? If 20% of the people are makingmoney, let’s decide first to have our names in that special group. That selftalk was the turning point in my forex trading journey. I made up my mindto master forex trading.Picking myself up from the setback, I began to equip myself withthe right trading skills. I started devouring books by successful traders.Emulating their beliefs, knowledge, and habits, I worked hard on honingmy trading skills every single day. My quest for mastery also led me to seekout two of the biggest names in the forex industry as my mentors: KathyLien and Ed Ponsi.I reasoned that a mentor could help me to drastically cut short mylearning curve. And cut short my learning curve they did.Knowing what I know now, I recognize that the cardinal rule that Ibroke in my first live trading experience was to trade against the trend.Within three years and several buckets of blood, sweat and tears later,I became an expert in trading the forex market. Less than a year later, I wasinvited to appear on CNBC to give my opinions on global finance.WISH THAT YOU WERE BETTERGiven my bubbly character, many people think that it’s easy being on camera, speaking live to a camera that holds the attention of over 300 millionviewers. The truth for me is that it’s not.“Mario, what do you think the CPI is going to be for Singapore?”“Mario, what’s your view on the U.S. dollar this week?”“Mario, do you think China will report a good number for trade surplusthis month?”The TV anchor and the reporters on site fire questions from everyangle, and you need to have the answers at your fingertips. They expectyou to know, or you have no business being on the biggest stage in international finance.How ridiculous it would be if I were to fake an answer like “I thinkinflation in Singapore is going to hit 65% next year.” I would be laughed offthe chair.So I had to study. In fact, to be in that three-minute hot seat, I had tostudy for three hours. That’s right: three full hours of study for three minutes on CNBC.10

MARIO SINGHPrefacexvThankfully, I did well. In fact, I did so well that I was called back, againand again. CNBC has three major shows that cover the financial markets.The early morning segment is called Squawk Box, in the early afternoonit’s called Capital Connection, and the evening’s slot is called WorldwideExchange.Eventually I was invited to appear on all three major shows. In fact, Iwas then asked to be a guest host on Worldwide Exchange. As guest host,I sat with the news anchor and instead of being there for three minutes, Iwould be there for a full hour.My job was to have a conversation with some of the most brilliantfinancial minds on the planet who would come in and take their place onthe hot seat. As I warmed up to the new role as a guest host, I had an important revelation. The job was getting easier. In fact, I didn’t have to studywhen I was guest host.Do you know why? Because this time, it was my turn to ask the allimportant question, “So, Jack, what’s your view on the U.S. dollar this week?”This was my revelation: As you get better, it gets easier.So, my friend, don’t wish that it were easier, wish that you were better.Kaizen is the Japanese word for improvement. When we embracekaizen in any endeavor, mastery is bound to be the result.My kaizen approach to forex trading has enabled me to be a consistentlyprofitable trader. Today, I am living the dream of traveling and spreading themessage of profitable forex trading everywhere I go. I’ve even had the privilege to coach forex traders in some of the largest banks in the world. Forextrading has given me this new life, and I know that it can do the same for you.AUDIENCEToday the Forex Market is considered the largest financial market in theworld. With that famous tagline, thousands of books have sprung up givingpeople insights into this amazing market. I did not write this book with theintention of adding to the vast list of global resources already available onthe topic of forex.My inspiration for this book is drawn from three specific groups ofpeople:1. All forex traders around the world. It is my humble wish that this bookwill become the platinum standard in forex education. The rich content here will suit you regardless of which stage you are in your tradingcareer: beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Pay particular attentionto Chapter 5, which puts you through a fun and interesting quiz. At the11

MARIO SINGHxviPREFACEend of the quiz, you will discover which one of the five categories oftraders you belong to. If you stick to the strategies pertinent to yourprofile, you will be pleasantly surprised by the results.2. Finance and business professionals who are not currently involved inthe forex market. You may be involved in equities, fixed-income instruments, or commodities. An understanding of global finance and forexmovements will greatly help you in your decision making. Remember,capital flows into a country first, before it flows into any specific assetclass. An understanding of the forex market puts you in prime positionto anticipate these flows. Chapter 3 is dedicated to business corporations that must understand the importance of hedging. Hedging helpscorporations gain certainty of price, even when payments are made orreceived in different currencies. Hedging thus helps corporations tomitigate the foreign exchange risk exposure.3. Ordinary folks outside of the finance industry who are looking to create a powerful second income. With a potent combination of unprecedented liquidity and sovereign debt levels in the world today, theretruly has never been a better time to get involved in forex. I ask youhumbly to consider this opportunity.OVERVIEW OF THE CONTENTSThe book is broken into two parts:Part One: Forex Is a GamePart One of this book is divided into five chapters, and it centers on thecore description of forex as a game. We discover insights on the rules ofthe game, the major players, and how money is made.Chapter 1 introduces the forex market. It begins by describing the totaldaily turnover and the seven major currency pairs. It then explains how toread a forex quote and how prices move. The chapter ends with a framework of how margin and leverage are employed in a forex trade.Chapter 2 focuses on how money is made in a forex trade. We learnabout long and short and the three points in every trade. We then move tothe four big reasons that cause currencies to move and get a grasp of thefraction theory. Chapter 2 ends with an understanding of market structure.Chapters 3 and 4 cover the six major players in the forex market andthe numerous advantages associated with trading the market. Some of themajor players include central banks, commercial banks, multinational12

MARIO SINGHPrefacexviicompanies, and retail traders. We also get a glimpse of three of the biggestblow-ups in proprietary trading in banking history.Chapter 5 is devoted to discovering your unique profile in trading.It includes a profiling test to help you find out how your personality canhelp or hurt your trading style. There are essentially five types of traders:scalper, day trader, swing trader, position trader, and mechanical trader. Bythe end of this chapter, you will know which group you belong to.Part Two: Strategies to Win the GamePart Two is also divided into five chapters. Each chapter covers strategiesfor the five profiles of scalper, day trader, swing trader, position trader, andmechanical trader.Chapter 6 covers two strategies for scalpers, called the rapid fireand the piranha. These strategies are used on the shortest time frames,namely the minute chart and the 5-minute chart.Chapter 7 covers four strategies for day traders. The first two strategiesare focused on breakouts while the next two are centered purely on tradingthe news. A unique way of trading the news, called the Rule of 20, is alsodiscussed here. All four strategies are employed using the 15-minute and30-minute time frame.Chapter 8 covers five strategies for swing traders. As swing traderstypically exit their positions within two to five days, the time frames usedfor the strategies are longer than the day traders. Hence, all five of theswing trading strategies are used on the 1-hour and the 4-hour time frame.Chapter 9 covers three strategies for position traders. The first one,swap and fly, takes advantage of the interest rate differentials between thecurrencies and aims to earn maximum returns by holding on to positionsfor an extended period of time. The next two strategies are used specifically for the two most popular commodities in the world: oil and gold.The final chapter covers three strategies for mechanical traders.Traders in this category are oblivious to the passing of time. This is why allstrategies discussed here employ three different time frames from the othercategories: the 5-minute chart, the 15-minute chart, and the daily chart.13

MARIO SINGHCHAPTER 5Play It Your WayUnderstanding Your ProfileThis chapter provides insight into the five different categories of forextraders: scalpers, day traders, swing traders, position traders, andmechanical traders. After reading it, you will understand the differences among the five and the three advantages of each category. This chapter also includes a test to help you determine which category you belongto. Once you discover your category, you will learn how your personalitycan help or affect your trading.I have had the privilege to speak to large audiences all over the world.The most common question thrown at me is “Should I buy now or sellnow?” Each time I hear the question, I can’t help but smile. After all, thatwas my biggest question when I first started trading forex. “Tell me what todo now, and we’ll talk about trading later!”My answer, as always, goes like this: “You can buy now if your tradingstrategy tells you to buy now. You can also sell now if your trading strategytells you to do so.”This answer always draws one of two responses: confused looks orexasperated ones.However, the answer is precisely that—you can buy or sell at anytime.Let’s see why.As shown in Figure 5.1, Trader A goes long at Point X and exits atPoint Y. Simultaneously, Trader B goes short at Point X but exits at Point Z.In both cases, each trader ended up with a profit.In each case, both traders entered at exactly the same time and price.The only reason why both traders ended up making a profit is becausethey had different exit prices. This example also tells us that both tradersexecuted their trades using different strategies.You see, one of the key elements of successful trading is having aspecific strategy that tells you what to do. Human beings are emotional8714

MARIO SINGH88FIGURE 5.1FOREX IS A GAMETraders Making Profit at Different Exit PricesSource: Created with FX Primus Ltd, a PRIME Mantle Corporation PLC company. All rights reserved.creatures. This is the reason why fear, greed, and hope are antithetical tosuccessful trading.When you follow a concise strategy, nothing is left to emotionaltriggers and everything boils down to following the rules of the strategy. Thesentence “When you fail to plan, you plan to fail” rings true in the tradingworld as well as in life.However, over the years as a trader and coach, I unearthed a disturbingpattern that seemed to permeate the global trading community: Even with asuccessful trading strategy, traders still seemed to suffer consistent lossesrather than consistent profits.THE EXPERIMENTThis finding led me to conduct an experiment at my forex academy. Theexperiment involved two traders whom I shall call Mike and Amanda.The test was simple. All Mike and Amanda had to do was to follow thetrading plan I gave them. The trading plan consisted of a trading strategy,complete with specific rules on how to enter for a long trade and how toenter for a short trade.We even spent two days together to ensure that they fully understoodthe rules of the trading plan. In fact, to ensure that I left no stone unturned,15

MARIO SINGHPlay It Your Way89I sent both traders alerts via their mobile phones to watch for anyupcoming trade setup.At the end of one month, their results were very different. Mike endedup having a net return of 10% for his account; Amanda managed a returnof only 2%. This result was all the more interesting considering that bothMike and Amanda:1. Started with the same capital2. Took exactly the same number of trades3. Entered all the trades correctly4. Faithfully called me after they entered every tradeHow could this be?After an in-depth study on their trades, I found that the biggest reasonfor the difference in their accounts was that Amanda constantly meddledwith her trades. Although she executed the entries perfectly, she messedup the exits. A common and truthful statement she shared with me was“I was too impatient to wait for the trade to exit so I got out earlier.”Mike, however, had no problems following through on trades afterhe entered them. Essentially, he did not meddle with his trades after heentered them but allowed them to hit either their stops or their targets.In short, although both traders had the same strategy, Amanda’s personality caused her to exit some trades prematurely. Those actions causedher account to have a different result from Mike’s, although both had accessto the same resources and the same trading strategy.The result of that experiment became the driving force to write thisbook. The message is simple: Having a successful strategy is only thefirst step. Pairing a successful strategy with your personality is far moreimportant.In essence, there is no perfect strategy. The perfect strategy is the onethat perfectly suits you.Sports IllustratedLet’s look at an example in sports. If I were a sports coach and a buddingathlete came up to me and asked, “Hey, coach, which sport should I play sothat I can achieve mega success in the sporting world?”As a coach, I would consider five options. Option 1 could be baseball.One of its greats, Babe Ruth, has been named the greatest baseballplayer of all time in various surveys and rankings. In 1998, the SportingNews ranked him number one on the list of “Baseball’s 100 Greatest16

MARIO SINGH90FOREX IS A GAMEPlayers.” In 1969, he was named baseball’s Greatest Player Ever in a ballot commemorating the hundredth anniversary of professional baseball.In 1993, the Associated Press reported that Muhammad Ali was tied withBabe Ruth as the most recognized athlete in America.In his career, Ruth had an eye-popping batting average of 0.342 en routeto winning the World Series seven times.Option 2 could be soccer. One of its greats, Lionel Messi, has numerous accolades. In 2010, France Football ranked him at the top of its list ofthe world’s richest soccer players, ahead of David Beckham and CristianoRonaldo, with 29.6 million in combined income from salaries, bonuses,and off-field earnings.In 2011, Messi won the prestigious Fifa Ballon d’Or, making him thefirst player in the world to win three straight Fifa world player trophies.In 2012, Messi made Union of European Football Associations (UEFA)Champions League history by becoming the first player to score five goalsin one match.The third option could be motor racing. The official Formula 1 websitestates that Michael Schumacher is “statistically the greatest driver the sporthas ever seen.” He holds many of the sport’s records, including race victories, fastest laps, pole positions, points scored, and most races won in asingle season—13 in 2004.In 2002, he became the only driver in Formula 1 history to finish inthe top three in every race of a season and then also broke the record formost consecutive podium finishes. To date, he is the sport’s only 7-timeworld champion.Option 4 could be track and field. Usain Bolt is a Jamaican sprinterwho has netted five gold medals in two World Championships and six goldmedals in two Olympics. At the time of this writing, he is the world recordand Olympic record holder in the 100 meters, the 200 meters, and (alongwith his teammates) the 4 100 meter relay. He is also the reigning Olympicchampion in these three events.In 2009, Bolt stunned the world in Berlin with a record-breaking effortin the 100 meter final, finishing in an astonishing 9.58 seconds.The fifth and final option could be boxing. Manny Pacquiao is boxing’sfirst 8-division world champion, having won six world titles. He is alsothe first fighter to win the lineal championship in four different weightclasses. He was named “Fighter of the Decade” for the 2000s by the BoxingWriters Association of America (BWAA). He is also a 3-time “The Ring”and BWAA “Fighter of the Year,” winning the award in 2006, 2008 and 2009.Today, Pacquiao is rated as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world.In all five of these examples, the athletes would be considered extremelysuccessful in their chosen sporting field. Some even feature regularly in the17

MARIO SINGHPlay It Your Way91annual Forbes list of the world’s highest-paid athletes, earning millions ofdollars from salaries, bonuses, and sponsorships. However, pointing youngathletes a certain way just because others have been successful in that fieldmay not yield similar results.In fact, it would be hard to even imagine soccer great Lionel Messihaving the same level of boxing success as Manny Pacquiao, should hedecide on a career switch one day.Recently, global TV giant Entertainment and Sports ProgrammingNetwork (ESPN) came up with a list of ten skills that it determined makeup a successful sports person. These were:1. Endurance2. Strength3. Power4. Speed5. Agility6. Flexibility7. Hand–eye coordination8. Nerve (defined as the ability to maintain composure in a fearfulenvironment)9. Durability (defined as the ability to

Mar 12, 2012 · Mario has created a series of powerful, easy-to-use trading strategies that anyone can use regardless of their level of experience. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Mario and working with him for years, and there is no better person from which to learn about currency trading. 17 Proven Currency Tra