Book mentions in this thread

  • Votes: 148

    Price Action Trading Secrets

    by Rayner Teo

  • Votes: 114

    The Intelligent Investor

    by Benjamin Graham

  • Votes: 90

    Think & Trade Like a Champion

    by Mark Minervini

  • Votes: 89

    Trade Like a Monk

    by Harneet Singh

    Trading and Investing is not only about the Profit–Loss, Figures, Technical and Fundamental Analysis but much more than that. In this book, you will have an all-round experience for life on what it takes to be a Complete Trader or Investor contemplating: 1. Magical money management 2. Formula no. 21 3. The EPW Model 4. The Discipline Factor and Discipline Survey 5. 212* The Spiritual Trader 6. Bull, Bear and Pig phases Till 211 degrees, water is hot and after reaching 212°, it starts boiling. And with the boiling water, comes steam, and with steam, you can empower even a train! In any profession, it’s that one Extra Degree that makes a difference of being a Winner or a follower, and that extra degree can be attained through this book. Irrespective of whether you are a novice, professional Trader/Investor or a Business man, this book will change your perspective about Life, Money and, of course, will lead you on the successful path of trading & investing with a level of Serenity. It isn’t what the book costs. It’s what it will cost you if you don’t read it. – Jim Rohn
  • Votes: 88

    Coffee Can Investing

    by Saurabh Mukherjea

  • Votes: 84

    A Complete Guide To Volume Price Analysis

    by Anna Coulling

    Here in the UK we have a product called Marmite. It is a deeply divisive food, which you either love or hate. Those who love it, cannot understand how anyone could live without it - and of course, the opposite is true for those who hate it! This same sentiment could be applied to volume as a trading indicator. In other words, you are likely to fall into one of two camps. You either believe it works, or you don't. It really is that simple. There is no halfway house here! I make no bones about the fact that I believe I was lucky in starting my own trading journey using volume. To me it just made sense, and the logic of what it revealed was inescapable. And for me, the most powerful reason is very simple. Volume is a rare commodity in trading - a leading indicator. The second, and only other leading indicator, is price. Everything else is lagged. As traders, investors or speculators, all we are trying to do is to forecast where the market is heading next. Is there any better way than to use the only two leading indicators we have at our disposal, namely volume and price? In isolation each tells us very little. After all, volume is just that, no more no less. A price is a price. However, combine these two forces together, and the result is a powerful analytical approach to forecasting market direction.. However, as I say at the start of the book, there is nothing new in trading, and the analysis of volume has been around for over 100 years. After all, this is where the iconic traders started. People like Charles Dow, Jesse Livermore, Richard Wyckoff, and Richard Ney. All they had was the ticker tape, from which they read the price, and the number of shares traded. Volume price analysis, short and simple. The book has been written for traders who have never come across this methodology, and for those who have some knowledge, and perhaps wish to learn a little more. It is not revolutionary, or innovative, but just simple sound common sense, combined with logic.
  • Votes: 80

    Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

    by Edwin Lefèvre

    First published in 1923, Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is the most widely read, highly recommended investment book ever. Generations of readers have found that it has more to teach them about markets and people than years of experience. Among the most compelling and enduring pieces ever written on trading, the new Illustrated Edition brings this story to life like never before. "Although Reminiscences...was first published some seventy years ago, its take on crowd psychology and market timing is as timely as last summer's frenzy on the foreign exchange markets."―Worth magazine "The most entertaining book written on investing is Reminiscences of a Stock Operator, by Edwin Lefèvre, first published in 1923."―The Seattle Times "After twenty years and many re-reads, Reminiscences is still one of my all-time favourites."―Kenneth L. Fisher, Forbes "A must-read classic for all investors, whether brand-new or experienced."―William O'Neil, founder and Chairman, Investor's Business Daily "Whilst stock market tomes have come and gone, this remains popular and in print eighty years on."―GQ magazine
  • Votes: 25

    The Warren Buffett Way

    by Robert G. Hagstrom

  • Votes: 7

    Trading in the Zone

    by Mark Douglas

  • Votes: 7

    One Up On Wall Street

    by Peter Lynch

    The manager of a top investment fund discusses how individuals can make a killing in the market through research and investment techniques that confound conventional market wisdom.
  • Votes: 6

    The Psychology of Money

    by Morgan Housel

    Doing well with money isn’t necessarily about what you know. It’s about how you behave. And behavior is hard to teach, even to really smart people. Money—investing, personal finance, and business decisions—is typically taught as a math-based field, where data and formulas tell us exactly what to do. But in the real world people don’t make financial decisions on a spreadsheet. They make them at the dinner table, or in a meeting room, where personal history, your own unique view of the world, ego, pride, marketing, and odd incentives are scrambled together. In The Psychology of Money, award-winning author Morgan Housel shares 19 short stories exploring the strange ways people think about money and teaches you how to make better sense of one of life’s most important topics.
  • Votes: 5

    How I Made $2,000,000 in the Stock Market

    by Nicolas Darvas

    The amazing story of Nicolas Darvas, a Hungarian immigrant who trained himself to become one of the most successful investors in stock market history. The book describes his unique "Box System", which he used to buy and sell stocks. Darvas' book remains a classic stock market text to this day.
  • Votes: 5

    Learn to Earn

    by Peter Lynch

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    Think and Grow Rich

    by Napoleon Hill

    An updated edition of the best-selling guide features anecdotes about such modern figures as Bill Gates, Dave Thomas, and Sir John Templeton, explaining how their examples can enable modern readers to pursue wealth and overcome personal stumbling blocks. Original. 30,000 first printing.
  • Votes: 4

    Trading Harmonic Patterns With Technical Analysis

    by Rohan Shah

    This book was designed by the team at TradingStrategyGuides.com led by the founder Casey Stubbs. This guide will highlight the most popularHarmonic trading pattern strategies. Not only will it give you the background and fundamentals of each harmonic pattern that is presented, it is also going to give you a detailed strategy. Our team has spent countless hours writing this book because we are determined to help you find atrading strategy for you. If you ever have any questions about anything inthis ebook please email the team at info@ tradingstrategyguides.com.
  • Votes: 4

    The Dhandho Investor

    by Mohnish Pabrai

  • Votes: 4

    Pivot Point (Pivot Point, 1)

    by Kasie West

    Perfect for fans of Sliding Doors, Kasie West's riveting novel Pivot Point follows a girl with the power to see her potential futures. Addison Coleman's life is one big "What if?" As a Searcher, a special type of clairvoyant, whenever Addie is faced with a choice, she is able to look into the future and see both outcomes. So when her parents tell her they are getting a divorce and she has to pick who she wants to live with, a Search has never been more important. In one future Addie is living with her mom in the life she's always known and is being pursued by the most popular guy in school. In the other she is the new girl in school, where she falls for a cute, quiet artist. Then Addie finds herself drawn into a murder investigation, and her fate takes a darker turn. With so much to lose in either future, Addie must decide which reality she's willing to live through . . . and who she's willing to live without.
  • Votes: 4

    Thinking, Fast and Slow

    by Daniel Kahneman

  • Votes: 4

    Louis Bachelier's Theory of Speculation

    by Louis Bachelier

    French doctoral student, Louis Bachelier, successfully defended his thesis Théorie de la Spéculation at the Sorbonne. This book provides a new translation of Bachelier's seminal work. Bachelier's thesis is a remarkable document on two counts. In mathematical terms Bachelier's achievement was to introduce many of the concepts of what is now known as stochastic analysis. His purpose, however, was to give a theory for the valuation of financial options. He came up with a formula that is both correct on its own terms and surprisingly close to the Nobel Prize-winning solution to the option pricing problem by Fischer Black, Myron Scholes, and Robert Merton in 1973. This book offers great insight into the historical developments of probability and mathematical finance.
  • Votes: 2

    Options as a Strategic Investment

    by Lawrence G. McMillan

    The market in listed options and non-equity option products provides investors and traders with a wealth of new, strategic opportunities for managing their investments. This updated and revised Fifth Edition of the bestselling Options as a Strategic Investment gives you the latest market-tested tools for improving the earnings potential of your portfolio while reducing downside risk--no matter how the market is performing. Inside this revised edition are scores of proven techniques and business-tested tactics for investing in many of the innovative new options products available. You will find: -Buy and sell strategies for Long Term Equity Anticipation Securities (LEAPS) -A thorough analysis of neutral trading, how it works, and various ways it can improve readers' overall profit picture -Detailed guidance for investing in Preferred Equity Redemption Cumulative Stocks (PERCS) and how to hedge them with common and regular options -An extensive overview of futures and futures options Written especially for investors who have some familiarity with the option market, this comprehensive reference also shows you the concepts and applications of various option strategies -- how they work, in which situations, and why; techniques for using index options and futures to protect one's portfolio and improve one's return; and the implications of the tax laws for option writers, including allowable long-term gains and losses. Detailed examples, exhibits, and checklists show you the power of each strategy under carefully described market conditions.
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    Jesse Livermore's Methods of Trading in Stocks

    by Jesse Livermore

    2014 Reprint of Articles that first appeared in the "Magazine of Wall Street" in the 1920's. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. Livermore was an American stock trader. He was famed for making and losing several multi-million dollar fortunes and short selling during the stock market crashes in 1907 and 1929. Apart from his success as a securities speculator, Livermore left traders a working philosophy for trading securities that emphasizes increasing the size of one's position as it goes in the right direction and cutting losses quickly. The materials published in these articles represent Livermore's collective wisdom on stock trading. Chapters include: Preparing for the day's work Arrangement of the trading office How to read the tape Commitments and limits of risk How to keep capital turning over Kind of stocks in which to trade Pyramiding And much more
  • Votes: 2

    Market Wizards, Updated

    by Jack D. Schwager

  • Votes: 2

    The New Trading for a Living

    by Alexander Elder

    The best-selling trading book of all time—updated for the new era The New Trading for a Living updates a modern classic, popular worldwide among both private and institutional traders. This revised and expanded edition brings time-tested concepts in gear with today's fast-moving markets, adding new studies and techniques for the modern trader. This classic guide teaches a calm and disciplined approach to the markets. It emphasizes risk management along with self-management and provides clear rules for both. The New Trading for a Living includes templates for rating stock picks, creating trade plans, and rating your own readiness to trade. It provides the knowledge, perspective, and tools for developing your own effective trading system. All charts in this book are new and in full color, with clear comments on rules and techniques. The clarity of this book's language, its practical illustrations and generous sharing of the essential skills have made it a model for the industry—often imitated but never duplicated. Both new and experienced traders will appreciate its insights and the calm, systematic approach to modern markets. The New Trading for a Living will become an even more valuable resource than the author's previous books: Overcome barriers to success and develop stronger discipline Identify asymmetrical market zones, where rewards are higher and risks lower Master money management as you set entries, targets and stops Use a record-keeping system that will make you into your own teacher Successful trading is based on knowledge, focus, and discipline. The New Trading for a Living will lift your trading to a higher level by sharing classic wisdom along with modern market tools.
  • Votes: 2

    High probability trading

    by Marcel Link

    A common denominator among most new traders is that, within six months of launching their new pursuit, they are out of money and out of trading. High-Probability Trading softens the impact of this "trader's tuition," detailing a comprehensive program for weathering those perilous first months and becoming a profitable trader. This no-nonsense book takes a uniquely blunt look at the realities of trading. Filled with real-life examples and intended for use by both short- and long-term traders, it explores each aspect of successful trading.
  • Votes: 2

    The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing

    by Pat Dorsey

    The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing "By resisting both the popular tendency to use gimmicks that oversimplify securities analysis and the academic tendency to use jargon that obfuscates common sense, Pat Dorsey has written a substantial and useful book. His methodology is sound, his examples clear, and his approach timeless." --Christopher C. Davis Portfolio Manager and Chairman, Davis Advisors Over the years, people from around the world have turned to Morningstar for strong, independent, and reliable advice. The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing provides the kind of savvy financial guidance only a company like Morningstar could offer. Based on the philosophy that "investing should be fun, but not a game," this comprehensive guide will put even the most cautious investors back on the right track by helping them pick the right stocks, find great companies, and understand the driving forces behind different industries--without paying too much for their investments. Written by Morningstar's Director of Stock Analysis, Pat Dorsey, The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing includes unparalleled stock research and investment strategies covering a wide range of stock-related topics. Investors will profit from such tips as: * How to dig into a financial statement and find hidden gold . . . and deception * How to find great companies that will create shareholder wealth * How to analyze every corner of the market, from banks to health care Informative and highly accessible, The Five Rules for Successful Stock Investing should be required reading for anyone looking for the right investment opportunities in today's ever-changing market.
  • Votes: 1

    A Wealth of Common Sense

    by Ben Carlson

    "The financial market is a complex system, but that doesn't mean it requires a complex strategy; in fact, this false premise is the driving force behind many investors' market 'mistakes.' Information is important, but understanding and perspective are the keys to better decision-making. This book describes [a] way to view the markets and your portfolio, and [outlines] strategies that [may] make investing more profitable, less confusing, and less time-consuming"--Amazon.com.