02/13/20: Combining Some of the Trading Courses
In going through some of the past currency trading course and seminar books that I've written, I became dissatisfied with the manner in which some sections were repetitive of other writing. I decided to combine much of these additional works into into the main book, though keeping — and reorganizing — the ancillary work more as a seminar type document. Thus, a full course such as FOREX Foreign Currency Trading Education went from an original length of 60 pages to over 100.

02/02/20: Forex Trading: A Speculators View
While writing FOREX Theoretical Scalping Analysis and Execution I was struck by concerns that I was finding in my trading related to scalping. With that in mind, I've just finished 55 pages on Forex Trading: A Speculators View. It deals with how the trading educational process is flawed, particularly in preparing students for the overall necessary skills of quick decision making that is necessary for a speculator to have.

01/15/20: FOREX Theoretical Scalping Analysis and Execution
I've recently completed a 38 page trading book, FOREX Theoretical Scalping Analysis and Execution. This deals with identifying and dealing with anomalies that I've found in my own trading between using long term trading process as opposed to what I do: short term scalping.

12/18/19: FOREX Trading Reverse Engineered
Completed 47 pages of a new trading book, FOREX Trading Reverse Engineered. Discusses the process of reverse engineering trading into a tightly bounded problem domain, identifying it’s primary components, and then arranging those components into an efficient process model.

02/28/19: Catalog Update
Well, not only have I still been busy trading, but I've been back writing some new documents about trading. One in particular, FOREX The Single Blade of Grass, deals with a market anomaly that has cost me literally thousands of dollars. I've also written 2, 30 page introductory trading study guides that I'm testing out with a couple of folks who are currently learning trading from me. I didn't include them in the catalog because the information is redundant to other more comprehensive works that I've done.

05/01/18: More Trading; Less Writing About It!
Unfortunately, once I got into trading a live FOREX account in 2017, I found I was missing some fairly complex market anomalies that ended up almost taking my account to the wood. I never had a mentor to show me what to look for, and so I had to learn the hard way what I was missing by losing a lot of money when I switched over to a live account. My focus for the last few years has thus been on fixing my trading than writing about it! I did begin to summarize a lot of what I've learned in a current work in progress, Trading Lessons Learned From Failure