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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Doge View Post
    Some (probably most) oscillators can actually confirm a trend breakout and that is exactly what Mr. DeMark's books are so important - he explains how to do it with his own oscillators and gives examples how it can be done with some of the other popular ones.
    Mr. Bollinger also explains how to confirm a trend breakout with common available oscillators.
    I do agree with that idea is the ocsilirator can be useful at times of no news .and with the help if the bollinger bands we can use different positions for the good trading and the rigt effect of the trading . I see that the bollinger bands really is a magic indicator.

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    Richard Wyckoff, Rollo Tape - Studies in Tape Reading, Stock Market Techniques, Day Trader's Bible (one author, one pseudonym of same author, three books)
    While it feels a bit obsolete as of today Mr. Wyckoff's writings offer a valuable insight in market understanding from the pre-computerised era of trading.
    I wouldn't consider these a must-read, but other people's opinions may differ from mine. It is good for a fairly advanced traders - it wouldn't do much good to a total newbie and a veteran trader would have read most of these things in other people's writings already, in a much more specialised and developed state.

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    the work as those had with the good chance on trader to gains of return with the progress on running with the manage to gives of improvesment as moderating movesment on drawing with the deliverance of market that those leaves with the offers as implementing of use with the available choice of option to run with the execution of exit strategy on appealing returns with the modification.

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    Every book about trading are precious thus it all depends on us to learn and practice what we have learned, as that is how we can make money from the business, so therefore learning in forex trading is more of practicals because trading with just reading some books will not yield any good result so therefore we need to practice what we have read before investing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splash View Post
    Every book about trading are precious thus it all depends on us to learn and practice what we have learned, as that is how we can make money from the business, so therefore learning in forex trading is more of practicals because trading with just reading some books will not yield any good result so therefore we need to practice what we have read before investing.
    Only reading books would not be enough for trader, every books have a differ type of trading knowledge trader can gain it but to do mastery in it he have to jump in the real trading account to become a professional and master in the business. That's right that its a practical trading activity, the business of currency exchange is not related to any theory work.

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    Robert Fritz - Path of Least Resistance
    While this is not a book written specifically for trading the natural structures and structure of structures that Mr. Fritz explains apply to markets as well.
    This book may be helpful for a trader to actually understand the market forces and balances/imbalances (which interaction results in the price action we see on our charts).
    I took the recommendation to read this book from another book - Bill Willliams' Trading Chaos.

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    Bill Williams, Ph.D. - Trading Chaos, Trading Chaos 2nd Edition (a totally different book), New Trading Dimentions, The Profitunity Course (one author and his daughter, three books, one video course)
    If there is one author that must be read about markets - this is him.
    The Bill Williams section of indicators in Metatrader 4 and 5 is about his indicators.
    This is probably the most complete and closer to the reality of markets approach, taking advantage of the newest concepts of mathematics (fractal dimentions, less than 100 years old concept) and computers. Mr. Williams has also extensive knowledge and experience in psychology, which is one more extra insight included in the books and video course.
    This is the trading system I myself am usiing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earnperfect View Post
    Only reading books would not be enough for trader, every books have a differ type of trading knowledge trader can gain it but to do mastery in it he have to jump in the real trading account to become a professional and master in the business. That's right that its a practical trading activity, the business of currency exchange is not related to any theory work.
    True, reading books is not enough for us to be profitable, it is important that we can perform what we learn in real trading, a lot of traders has comprehensive knowledge in the market but just cannot be successful in trading because they cannot do what they learn in books, knowledge is important but it must be accompanied with proper actions.

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    Jordan Belford - Straight Line Persuasion (one Wolf of Wallstreet, one videocourse, many comments and booklets for it)
    While Mr. Belford's line of business has practically zero common ground with ours there are some very neat tricks in his course to help into staying focused on the charts through the long trading days. He also has very specific sociopathic charisma, which may happen to be inspirational for some of us traders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techboy View Post
    True, reading books is not enough for us to be profitable, it is important that we can perform what we learn in real trading, a lot of traders has comprehensive knowledge in the market but just cannot be successful in trading because they cannot do what they learn in books, knowledge is important but it must be accompanied with proper actions.
    We have to comprehend the value of our learning, and that could be gain from so many forex trading education sources, but all we know that demo trading account and real trading is the place from where we can get so many advantages for our learning, they are related to the practical trading environment, so they are the better sources of learning.

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