|Sunday, 06 September 2009 17:29|
My name is Georgia Menini Anderson and I was born and raised in beautiful Mediterranean city La Spezia in Italy. My parents placed me in a very conservative school with an exceptional formal education that for awhile smothered my natural ambitions and personality.
During my high school years I visited the US for the very first time as a foreign exchange student at Brawley Union High School in California. Talking about a ‘cultural shock!’ I couldn’t say even one word properly in English . Nevertheless, if there is a will there is a way and learning English from scratch didn’t seem that bad experience after all. Make the long story short I fell in love with America and decided to relocate back at the first opportunity.
After finishing high school in Italy, I graduated from the Law School in Pisa in October 2003 and entered a real world of working Italians. It didn’t take too long for my American dream to prevail, especially since I was bored with my dull professional life and ready for some excitement and new challenges in my life.
… And here I was in 2005 back in California with a new fresh start in the financial business world as a Futures and Forex broker.
What an interesting journey it’s been since.
I loved the fast paced environment and delved deep into the intricacies of Futures and Forex trading. I also started working with institutional clients. Within 6 months, I passed my series 3 broker exams and registered with the NFA. Fascinated with this world, I relentlessly mastered my theoretical and practical expertise and finally came to conclusion to share it with whoever is willing to learn.
… And the idea of writing a book was born.
My book serves as a basic beginner’s guide to the Forex and Futures financial world. It is intended for readers with very limited knowledge of both markets. Book’s language is intentionally simple and easy to understand even for people who are being intimidated by complicated financial terms. This 140-page book is really a well-crafted attempt to answer many commonly asked questions with various useful tips. Essentially, I consider it as a guide and an indispensable manual for every beginner ready to learn the basics about Forex, Futures, and Technical Analysis.
There is substantial risk of loss in trading commodity futures, options and off-exchange foreign currency products. Each investor must to consider whether this is a suitable investment.
Happy reading and hopefully investing!
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