the forex life line
For some traders, learning to trade on the Forex is like learning how to
build a car from scratch, without an instruction manual. Many of you have
acquired quality parts, such as breaks, wheels, motors, seats, and steering
wheels, yet as you attempt to put them together, you are not coming close
to building that perfect little car you envisioned.
To become a successful trader, you need the right parts, with the right
manual, to put all the parts together and have your car work properly. After
all, a part such as a $2.00 gasket can bring your car to a screeching halt. Just
look at what happened to the space shuttle Challenger.
I will never forget the day it happened. At the time, I owned a business
that took photographs for NASA of all the work being done on the space
shuttle at the Kennedy Space Center. We took pictures of all the different
phases, from construction, to liftoff, to landing, and then had a company in
Japan print laser photographs of the images for resale to the public. There
were just as many employees who worked on the shuttle seeking these qual-
ity laser photoprints as there were tourists around the world wanting them.
In fact, importing and exporting them is what introduced me to the
exchange difference in currencies, which is how I became familiar with