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Any monkey can toss a dart and take a trade. But not any monkey can trade what they see without emotion. This book was recommended to be by Blake Morrow pipCzar on twitter who is a very successful Forex trader. Pretty simple system, I am just finishing up the book and have been tracking the trading strategy for awhile.
He uses just the day simple moving average and the day simple moving average along with Fibonacci and trend lines. I highly recommend the book. Trade on! Thank you for all the information I plan on doing allot of reading. Have a grade day with many grate trades ahead.
I have experienced the highs and the lows of trading and was searching for a strategy that will lead to more steady results. This book helped me to understand the importance of developing the right mental mindset, and to identify and avoid the underlying reasons for my lack of consistency. It clicked for me in the chapters where he discussed the probabilities of trading.
Shortly after completing the book I achieved Silver 2 by starting to "thinking like the house"; with the understanding that my trading methodologies are simply an edge, just the same as the house has the edge through probabilities inherent in blackjack and other casino games. Tools and tactics for the master day trader Oliver Valez and Greg Capra Good book on traders mindset as well as some technical analysis.
Thanks Vilas for starting this post and all who contributed. That is a lot to choose from! As they say Do not call them books! They are my friends!! Reminiscences of a Stock Operator. Hi Robert. Would you please send me a copy of millionaire traders. Trading in the Zone i have read multiple times. He also has a 4 part video series "How to Think Like a Professional Trader"; each part rolls right into the next I think this book is what real successful trading is all about.
No risk takers here just down to earth common folks for the most part. From a daily target of 10 pips a day to or no target. Most of these folks started with less than 5K and all are doing over 6 or 7 figures. Simply excellent examples of how to trade that we are fortunate to hear every day at APiary, but puts real people behind the picture with real results following the rules.
I find myself reading a great number of PDFs and books. It is a compilation of several authors as they teach their individual specialty. Have a Blessed Day! Robert D. Edwards and Magee". There are many editions. Check this link out traders, you will not believe all the free and legal trading books to download! I got my chrimbo list sorted after reading all the above suggestions. Thanks for the great shares. I like proverbs for most all religions-cultures as food for thought and psalms as relaxing-soothing.
Chinese fortune cookies are really cool also. I've been trading over a decade now. In the beginning I would feverishly devour every book I could manage to get a hold of. I wanted to become very proficient in any aspect of technical analysis and economic analysis.
I learned a lot! I even learned lots about politics in foreign countries. At that point in my development I started focusing on candlestick theory and market price structures. It didn't matter what I thought, really - the market was and is always right. It was hard lay it down once I started reading. The book that has had the most positive influence on my trading is Trading in the Zone by Mark Douglas.
I picked up a really interesting book the other day called Bloomberg Visual Guide to Candlestick Charting. Its one of those books you scan through and read different chart setups everyday as reading through the whole book would put most people to sleep but, if you scan through a chart every day to put it to memory, you may find it useful. I have enjoyed reading the auto-biography of Jesse Livermore.
It was especially interesting to see how markets worked at the turn of the twentieth century and how many of our practices today developed in that period. It's on Amazon and can also be located in free PDF for download. The Person that wrote the Book runs a web site called trendtraders, I enjoy listening to the trader interviews. Great share.
Thanks a whole lot. I highly recommend Alexander Elder. He not only covers trade ideas, he is a trained psychologist and combines training your mind as well as trading skills. I had a opportunity to sit in on an 8 hour seminar with him and was extremely impressed and motivated. I have heard that 12 rules of life is good for overall psychology of life but my go to trading book has been The Market Makers Edge by Josh Lukeman. No person, institution, or entity, including the Apiary Investment Fund, can guarantee a return on investment for such transactions.
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Skip to main content. Good books to read. Back to Forums. The Psychology of Trading by Brett N. Thanks for sharing. Reminiscences of a stock operator. How I lost a million dollar. Millionaires traders.
Market Wizards. I found Jack Schwager's books to be helpful and interesting. Apiary, Shawn Lucas, Al Brooks. Just sayin' Thank you for the Ellen Brown book suggestion. Thanks again! Someone else mentioned Trading in the Zone by Mark Douglas. I second that recommendation. Chuck HTown. Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns.. Thanks for the info. Thanks for sharing! I read, read, and reread both of Mark Douglas's books on disciplined trading. I have not seen it so far - 'Liar's Poker' by Michael Lewis.
Thanks, again, to those who share here. We are all in this together. Hay Brian, I'm not so sure that's the correct link for not being you Great list of resources to work from here. Thanks for posting. I'm reading "The Way of the Turtle" right now. DC Offset. I'd strongly recommend The Playbook and any book from Dr Steenberger at all. Thanks for the great list of resources. My favorite read is market wizards. There are waaaay too many! Market wizards on top! The list looks great. Need to find out where to start.
Some of his quotes are as follows:- "You never had control of outcome, NEVER that is an illusion , but you have control over the Mind that you bring to the moment of trading. Thank you! So many great books, so little time. Just ask and I'll hook you up. Thank you for sharing! Thanks for an excellent accumulative list of good books to read! Thank everyone for all your input. This is a real help. Great lists. The Complete Trading for a Living by Dr. Good information.
Thank you all. Has anyone ever gone through the training program offered by Kathy and Boris? Down to earth and an inspiration. Thank you to all, cheers As I have experience in this field, I can evaluate this book from an average professional point of view. If you have just started with foreign exchange transactions, this book is perfect for you. The author is explaining a lot of the concepts that I am quite amazed by the amount of information this book is providing.
The author is explaining a lot of the concepts that stand at the base of FOREX and you should be able to learn quickly as the information comes in a very logical and predictable order. Oct 18, Kun rated it it was amazing. Best trading book I've ever read. I highly recommend this book to anyone. I have read it twice and will re-read it again until I become proficient in some of the powerful trading systems discussed in the book. Sumber Rejeki rated it it was amazing Jan 20, Muhammad Qadeer rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Leonardo rated it it was amazing Apr 09, Highparks rated it it was amazing Oct 18, Hsing Han marked it as to-read Jan 06, Roney marked it as to-read Jan 06, Alisher Khakimov added it Jan 14, Zuhaire marked it as to-read Jan 15, Omar Aissa marked it as to-read Mar 15, Casstro84 marked it as to-read Jul 22, Cosmocos is currently reading it Aug 19, Khalid Mirza marked it as to-read Aug 26, Shakalaka Babeyh added it Oct 26, Mel Huffman marked it as to-read Nov 11, Bassramy marked it as to-read Dec 05, Zsvaileron marked it as to-read Dec 19, Imad Soufan marked it as to-read Dec 23, Herbert Mckingley added it Jan 06, Balakumar marked it as to-read Jan 07, Austin is currently reading it Feb 07, Tino added it Feb 12, JP Sousa marked it as to-read Feb 19, Saif marked it as to-read Feb 20, Daniel Cano Nieto marked it as to-read Apr 29, Suleiman marked it as to-read May 11, David added it May 29, Chandra marked it as to-read Jun 05, Wan Mubin marked it as to-read Jul 15, Gonzalo marked it as to-read Aug 15, Fady Hanna marked it as to-read Aug 30, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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