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Owning Development

As pillars of the post-1945 international economic system, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank are central to global economic policy debates. This book examines policy change at the IMF and the World Bank, providing a constructivist account of how and why they take up ideas and translate them into policy, creating what we call 'policy norms'. The authors compare processes of policy emergence and change and, using archival and interview data, analyse nine policy areas including gender, debt relief, and tax and pension reform. Each chapter traces the policy norm process in order to shed light on the main sources and mechanisms for norm change within international organisations. Owning Development details the strength of these policy norms which emerge, then either stabilise or decline. The book establishes valuable insights into the strength of current development policies propounded by international organisations and the possibility for change.     

Author Name :Susan Park, Antje Vetterlein

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The Wallaby Trade

They say that the Trend is Your Friend, but what happens at the End of a Trend? Think about what happened to millions of investors when the dot-com boom went bust, or the subprime mortgage crisis blew up the world's financial markets. In this step-by-step (and always entertaining) guide, a proven counter-trend trader shows real-world examples of how to identify and profit from the warning signs that short-term and long-term trends are reaching a conclusion. The trading style is called "The Wallaby Trade," and it's the most complete book available on the subject of using divergence to trade against the crowd. If you are a trend-follower, then this book contains essential strategies and techniques for entering a trend on critical "pullbacks," and if you're a straight-up contrarian, Rob demonstrates powerful examples of divergence that serve as low-risk entries before the biggest moves in the financial world. When the crowd realizes that the party is over, where will you be? This book isn't about the general concept of trading against the masses, but rather a practical guide suitable for new and experienced traders alike. The chapters move fast and the book doesn't waste any time: Lots of examples, clear rules, and brutal honesty on every page. Chapters include: 1. What the heck is a Wallaby Trade? 2. What can the Wallaby Trade Do? 3. Bearish Divergence 4. Bullish Divergence 5. Bending the Divergence Rules for More Trades 6. Entering a Wallaby Trade Successfully 7. Wallaby Trade Sizing 8. Risk Management and the Wallaby 9. Profit Targets for the Wallaby And 9 bonus Appendix sections that detail best financial instruments for trading the Wallaby, dealing with adversity in counter-trend trading, character traits of great contrarian traders, and more.     

Author Name :Rob Booker

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Currency Strategy

Rapid movements in currency markets have been a common feature of recent years, often to the detriment of traders and investors. The ability to predict the collapse of a currency is essential to safe and successful investment in these markets. Ultimately in such a crisis there are no firm rules that can help the practitioner, who needs to rely on quick wits and a masterly command of all the tools at their disposal.Currency Strategy outlines the key tools available to practitioners in the field, their benefits and limitations, and discusses fundamental analysis, technical analysis, behavioural finance, flows and the authors own modelling techniques for the prediction of a currency crisis.     

Author Name :Callum Henderson

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Beat the Forex Dealer

Covering the day-to-day mechanics of the FX market and the unsavoury dealings going on, Beat the Forex Dealer offers traders the market-proven trading techniques needed to side-step dealer traps and develop winning trading methods. Learn from an industry insider the truth behind dirty dealer practices including: stop-hunting, price shading, trading against clients and 'no dealing desk' realities.Detailing the dealer-inspired trading techniques developed by MIGFX Inc, consistently ranked among the world's leading currency trading firms, the book helps turn average traders into winning traders; and in a market with a 90% loss rate winning traders are in fact quite rare! More than just a simple manual, Beat the Forex Dealer brings to life the excitement of the FX market by delivering insights into some of the greatest trading triumphs and highlighting legendary disasters; all written in an easy to read style.     

Author Name :Agustin Silvani

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Getting Started in Currency Trading

An accessible introduction to the exploding foreign exchange trading market.Getting Started in Currency Trading is both an introduction and reference tool for beginning and intermediate foreign exchange (Forex) traders. This information-packed resource opens with a clear description of the Forex market and a section of Forex terms that are clearly defined with examples. Readers are then shown how to open their own trading account with step-by-step instructionsaccompanied by numerous screen shots of what to expect inside a dealers trading platformthat walk them through the physical process of placing and liquidating currency orders. Other chapters introduce various trading strategies and tactics in detail, along with some fundamental and technical analysis to assist the trader in their decision-making process.     

Author Name :Michael Duane Archer

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