Carnival of Forex Trading — October 4, 2007

Welcome to the October 4, 2007 edition of carnival of Forex trading. Only three quality Forex trading articles this time — definitely not too many. But they all are worth reading. No useless talking, but an interesting reading.

Thomas Ott presents A Review Of My Forex Trading posted at Neural Market Trends, saying, “I’m closing in on my 1 year anniversary of trading Forex my $100 Forex Experiment. I did really well ($ wise) in the beginning of the year only to get smacked hard between May and June.”
Thomas Ott presents US Interest Rates VS Currencies | Neural Market Trends posted at Neural Market Trends, saying, “A quick analysis that shows long term correlation between US interest rates and currencies. Part of a brain tease.”
Stirling Newberry presents Why the dollar is taking another beating now posted at The Agonist, saying, “The outlook for the US dollar is a constant and continued erosion, followed by an extended period where the dollar will be very weak compared to other currencies, until there are clear signs of a change in policy regime in the United States. The issue is confidence.”

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