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    Precious books about Trading

    Thread is made for the sole purpose of sharing valuable books worth reading.
    Desirable format for a shared book is author, title and a short description.
    Advertising garbage books for the sole purpose of an extra sold copy is deceiving fellow traders and treason to the trader's dream.
    It must be known that whatever book I myself post it will be one I have read (I could answer extra questions on it if somebody wants to ask something) and one that can be found online FOR FREE (although it would most probably be illegal download, precisely because of which I will not post any links).
    A good source (besides ordinary search engines and file-sharing copyright-violating sites) for books are (the even more copyright violating) torrent and DHT search engines.

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    Van Tharp - the Special Reports (two books at least), Supertrader, articles, speeches - whatever you find

    One more point of view on traders' behaviour, fundamental steps to success and dependancies between organised trading improvement and profits.
    While not specialising so much on trading (while still being a trader himself) dr. Van Tharp provides a professional insight in a lot of our possible problems as traders.

    This is not for newbies, you will learn and benefit very little if you haven't traded at least 1-2 years heavily before reading this.

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    You will find a lot of and several publications to understand through and also to understand how to industry through, however the thing is following understanding those points, it's not sufficient because we are having to ask them to already been used about the demonstration accounts. Therefore becoming the actual useful system. Therefore in the event that we are able to utilize it properly presently there after that we now have accomplished some thing.

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    Robert Prechter, Alfred Frost - Elliot waves principles
    A great book about Elliot waves, good for both young and experienced traders.
    R. Prechter spent a great deal of time to study and understand these stages of the market moves. The only thing I believe better than this book (on this subject) are Ralph Elliot's writings and notes themselves.

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    John Bollinger - Bollinger on Bollinger Bands
    While I believe the bands themselves and the particular strategies (BB + oscillators) proposed in the book are total bullsh** Mr. Bollinger has enormous experience in markets and trading and the wisdom this book includes is applicable to a lot of market approaches (not just average comparison and dummy deviation/dispersions having nothing in common with market forces).
    This book is good for both new comers and veterans in trading I believe.
    If you decide to even try your hands at Bollinger Bands - this is a mandatory reading. If you decide to try the more complicated strategies described there - with indicators - you should also read the works of J. Welles Wilder.

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    Books are good for traders to take their advantage of trading from it. But traders should be very careful about the deceit of many of the marketers of the books. But the books can affect traders when it is not good one, or sold solely for the purpose of earning money, it might not fulfill the knowledge getting that it should be primarily used for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cozard007 View Post
    Books are good for traders to take their advantage of trading from it. But traders should be very careful about the deceit of many of the marketers of the books. But the books can affect traders when it is not good one, or sold solely for the purpose of earning money, it might not fulfill the knowledge getting that it should be primarily used for.
    [lang=id]there are many advantages from the books, traders can save the time to get more knowledge and information to increase the ability in managing this business, but traders will face a hard situation when they try to implement them in the market, because they get a new thing or environment and of course very different with referrences[/lang]

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    Quote Originally Posted by samprazaan View Post
    [lang=id]there are many advantages from the books, traders can save the time to get more knowledge and information to increase the ability in managing this business, but traders will face a hard situation when they try to implement them in the market, because they get a new thing or environment and of course very different with referrences[/lang]
    Yes real trading environment is full of surprises for trader's and they can face a lot of difficulties in real market, books are good for our learning but we don't have to forget about the psychology issue, trader's won't become good until they don't have the real experience of this market, books have their advantages and the biggest disadvantage is that its not related to real market trading practice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khimi234 View Post
    Yes real trading environment is full of surprises for trader's and they can face a lot of difficulties in real market, books are good for our learning but we don't have to forget about the psychology issue, trader's won't become good until they don't have the real experience of this market, books have their advantages and the biggest disadvantage is that its not related to real market trading practice.
    the trading environment is a risky environment and i am sure it will be full of surprises as traders can not be making everything nice out of what they want in the Forex business. to make money in this business is to make good trade through what the trader wants.

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    J. Welles Wilder - Delta Phenomenon, New Concepts in Technical Analysis (two books, probably more, same author)
    This is the dude that has invented about half of the indicators and oscillators you can find in retail platforms (the Metatraders for example). Whether or not you are using these indicators or whether or not you think this linear mathematics approach towards market is right (I myself consider it fundamentally wrong and I don't use any of this stuff) this is an author worth reading for the purpose of knowing the most popular/famous (not profitable) approaches and techniques.
    These books also include valuable insights and ideas which can be used and applied on a lot of other techniques, including common life.

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    I see that it may be so good to learn from the books and do our best for the making of any effort which can lead us to a huge amount of the trading tools in a perfect understanding . so it may be so good when we trade using what we have learnt specially about the trading strategies

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