Author Interview: Trade Financial Markets Like The Pros

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Simon Wakins, author of the new book Trade Financial Markets Like The Pros, has been interviewed for a podcast about the book.

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The interview, conducted by Martin Bamford, was for Informed Choice Radio. In it, the host asks Simon why it has become so much harder to make money from trading investment markets, what impact the shift in global interest rate policy has had on trading opportunities, and is the current weakness of sterling unusual or a return to historic norms. They also talk about the stability of the eurozone economy, the oil price, and much more.

Click here to listen to the podcast.

You can buy Simon’s book, Trade Financial Markets Like The Pros, in paperback and for the Kindle here.

 

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