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SOLD -- THE EVERYTHING GUIDE TO CURRENCY TRADING
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FOR 1 to 2 BOOKS depending on weight/size

LBC POUCH 1 KILO
METRO MANILA 170 PESOS
VISAYAS & MINDANAO 200 PESOS

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EVERYTHING GUIDE TO CURRENCY TRADING

PAPERBACK
VERY GOOD CONDITION

390 PESOS

for comparison, a similar book at fullybooked is priced 800 pesos http://www.fullybookedonline.com/the-com...cy-trading

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altho this is a book about trading currencies, it is a very good book to learn the mechanics of trading.

as a trader, it is also advisable to learn about currency movements, as these affect local stocks, especially those who import or export (semiconductor/technology stocks and mining/commodity stocks) as well as those with foreign currency denominated debt, which was a big factor in the 2008 price sell of of local stocks like jgs for example.

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the pages of the book look better than the actual pictures shown below. i guess my camera settings didn't capture a more realistic picture. but you can deduce the quality of the book from the pics i hope.

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sold thanks
Basing a strategy on general maxims, such as "Sell when you double your money," "sell after two years," or "cut your losses by selling when the price falls ten per cent," is absolute folly. It's simply impossible to find a generic formula that sensibly applies to all the diferrent kinds of stocks.
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