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DEFINITION of 'Forex eBooks'

An electronic document that provides information on forex trading for free or for a fee. A forex ebook generally provides value to a trader by providing general information on strategies, signals, systems and promotional material.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Forex eBooks'

Given the inherent complexity of the foreign currency market, eBooks are becoming one of the most popular methods of learning by for who are just getting started in trading forex. It is important to note that forex eBooks range in quality, so it is wise to only pay for an eBook from sources you trust.

Here are a few things to consider when looking for a good forex eBook:
- Who is the author? Is this person respected in the trading community? What is the author's background?
- What is the purpose of the eBook? Is it meant to educate, or to sell a product?

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