Forex Revolution: An Insider’s Guide to the Real World of Foreign Exchange Trading Summary

The SQUEEZE: Forex trading has become increasingly accessible to active investors. Forex falls within the context of foreign currency exchange and it is today’s new investment opportunity. Innovations in technology and globalization have made trading possible. This is the sentiment of Peter Rosenstreich’s book Forex Revolution: An Insider’s Guide to the Real World of Foreign Exchange Trading. In the book, Rosenstreich discusses trading strategies and provides insider techniques and resources to give you an edge on the competition. He argues that Forex is a profit opportunity that doesn’t require subscriptions or expensive software tools. Instead, Forex provides an inexpensive platform for profit generation. Forex Revolution is a must-read for seasoned alternative asset investors.

Notable Endorsement: “For many investors, an intense, 24-hour-a-day, $1.5 trillion roller-coaster of a market spells ‘danger’; for readers of Forex Revolution, the word is ‘opportunity.’ —Michael J. Panzner, vice president, Rabo Securities USA, Inc., and author of The New Laws of the Stock Market Jungle

 Common Q’s Answered by this Book:

  • What is the Forex Revolution?
  • What are the roots of modern currency?
  • What are the basics of foreign exchange?
  • What is the clash between governments and markets?
  • What is market manipulation, overtrading, and overleveraging?
  • What is the Interbank market?


About the Author: Peter Rosenstreich is a principle for Rose Stevons & Company, which is an alternative investment boutique firm located in New York. Rosenstreich is a foreign exchange trader, specializing in retail clients with structured products. He has experience in the retail Forex sector and holds series 3, 7, and 63 licenses. He is registered with NASD and the National Futures Association. With the organization, he is a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA). Rosenstreich graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Clark University and an MBA from the City University of New York, Zicklin School of Business.


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Publisher: FT Press (June 2005)

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