"Saturday Seminars" - Determining Trends in the Foreign Exchange Markets

J. Adam Hewison, the founder and president of INO.com, will share with you the technical tools he uses every day to determine trends in the foreign exchange markets. He will also discuss the outlook for the U.S. dollar and major cross-rates and show you a very simple technique to determine the major trend in the currency markets.

Adam will explain negative and positive forces in the marketplace and how the big moves are often set up years in advance. As a former floor trader, Adam will discuss the difference between trading on the floor of an exchange and trading from an office thousands of miles away.

Adam HewisonBefore starting INO in March 1995, Hewison was a foreign exchange trader and advisor. He was one of the first currency traders when the International Monetary Market (IMM) of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange pioneered financial futures in the 1970s, and in the 1980s he introduced a very popular daily fax advisory service, FXPro. He is also the author of two highly-acclaimed guides to the foreign exchange markets: "International Monetary Report" and "Right on the Money, the Definitive Guide to Forecasting Foreign Exchange Rates".

In addition to an IMM membership, Hewison held seats on the CME's Index and Options Market (IOM), and was a charter member of the New York Futures Exchange (NYFE) and the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE). Also during his trading career, he managed the currency and risk exposure of a large multinational corporation, based in Geneva, Switzerland.


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3 thoughts on “"Saturday Seminars" - Determining Trends in the Foreign Exchange Markets

  1. # Follow the trends. This is probably some of the hardest advice for a trader to follow.
    # Know why you are in the markets. When you can honestly answer this question, you may be on your way to successful forex trading.
    # Apply money management techniques to your trading.
    # Do not overtrade.
    # Take a position only when you know where your profit goal is and where you are going to get out if the market goes against you.
    # Trade with the trends, rather than trying to pick taps and bottoms.
    # Don’t trade many markets with little capital.
    # Don’t just trade the volatile markets.
    # Calculate the risk/reward ratio before putting a trade on.
    # Establish your trading plans before you start trading to eliminate emotional reactions. Decide on entry points, exit points, and objectives. Subject your decisions to only minor changes during the session. Profits are for those who act, not react. Don’t change during the session unless you have a very good reason.
    # Follow your plan. Once a position is established and stops are selected, do not get out unless the stop is reached, or the fundamental reason for taking the position changes.

  2. When I try to download this Acrobat workbook it says that it is damaged and beyond repair.

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    Lindsay Thompson
    Director of New Business Development
    INO.com & MarketClub

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