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Got an interest in Wall Street and want some fairly light-weight fiction to read? If so, this might be a book worth getting.
A critical look at the actions and impacts of high frequency trading in the US stock market with thoughts on how to fix it.
This latest addition to the the Market Wizards series is a good read no matter where you are on the spectrum of market experience.
A pretty good job of outlining the different ways one can trade the currency market, though with a strong bias
If you are a stock market trader/investor, this book is worth reading to gain perspective on how you can reduce return volatility.
A very expansive look at trading the foreign exchange market for newbies
A look at how individuals can make really big money in stocks playing in areas where they have an advantage over the institutions.
This books takes a good look at trader emotional intelligence and how it, combined with trading to your personality, is critical.
An excellent educational resources for learning how markets form tops and bottoms and act during trending periods.
This book takes a look at using fundamental inputs in trading system design and development, though is a bit limited.
George Lindsay was a prominent newsletter writer in the 60s and 70s. This book describes his primary analysis techniques.
Excellent discussion of market liquidity and how it plays a part in major economic events like the financial crisis.
An intense look at the psychology and mentality of the trend following approach to trading
Learn just about everything there is to know about incorporating volume in your trading or investing
This book suggests that applying basic technical analysis methods is no longer sufficient
A pretty expansive look at the history of computerized methods applied in the financial markets.
Discussion, data, and analysis of economic and stock market patterns
Focused on the array of personalities in and around the financial crisis.
A front-to-back approach to applying technical analysis to trading
A comprehensive and systematic look at Fibonacci based technical analysis and trading
Basically, a diary of Hank Paulson’s time as Treasury Secretary during the financial crisis
A practical text focused on the application of asset allocation looking at the market trend status
May be of interest to those who like history and/or are interested in how we got where we are
A pretty solid introduction to futures trading
Integrating the right-brain instincts and intuition you develop as a trader
Ten myths about the dollar, international trade and related economics and politics
Primarily about asset allocation – picking the best place(s) to put money to work
An indepth study of a trading philosophy
A pretty good basic overview and description of the retail forex market
Pretty much every trader can find useful lessons in this book
Stuff that’s been said before many times in other places
People are fooled into believing what is random has meaningful causality
A look back at the causes and drivers of the financial crisis
For those with a desire to understand how prices move, this is a good book.
A discussion of the various trades the author made over about 6 years
A deep discussion of the philosophy behind the Turtle trend following methodology
A really interesting perspective on the thought process of the individual investor
As much a philosophical treatise as an exploration of global affairs
Tracks the use of gold from a monetary perspective through most of human civilization
Tells the story of the Turtles from selection to where they are today
An autobiographical look at major trading success and giving it all back.
A book that can make a huge difference in the way you look at the markets
A book about developing trading expertise