Come Into My Trading Room: A Complete Guide to Trading
by Dr. Alexander Elder

Learn to manage your money and time, as well as your strategy, so that you can enter the markets with confidence and exit with profits. This essential book educates the novice and gives more power to the professional through expert advice, proven trading methods, and something entirely unique -- a visit to Dr. Elder's own trading room. You get to follow him through several actual trades, whose entries and exits illustrate many of the key concepts of this book. Dr Elder's background as a psychiatrist provides valuable insights into understanding the human element of market behavior, and individual trader psychology. Dr Elder shares his own, successful trading strategy in a clear, concise, and easy to understand style. Offers a complete introduction to trading essentials and an overview of trading psychology, both individual and the mass psychology of the markets. Provides a step by step guide to risk control and money management.

Yes, You Can Time the Market!  by Ben Stein & Phil DeMuth
Though the common wisdom on Wall Street says market timing doesn't work, the authors sifted through a hundred years of stock market data and discovered that fundamental valuation metrics clearly show when the market is over- or under-priced. In fact, timing the market is just a matter of patience -- something Wall Street doesn't have. You'll find no gimmicks or get-rich-quick schemes here, just the information you need to tell a good investing climate from a bad one. Timing the market is safer and more profitable than keeping your money in stocks all the time. In fact, an investor using Stein and DeMuth's system would have bought stocks in fifteen out of fifteen of the best investing years for long-term investors since 1926, while staying out of the market during the worst fifteen years. Market timing not only offers superior returns over the long run, but it can also protect you from short-term catastrophe.

Trading in the Zone: Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline and a Winning Attitude  by Mark Douglas
Maximizing the trader's state of mind is the key to successful results. Conflicts, contradictions and paradoxes in thinking can spell disaster for even a highly motivated, astute and well grounded trader. Mark Douglas, a trader, personal trading coach, and industry consultant since 1982, sends the message that "thinking strategy" will profoundly influence a trader's success rate. Douglas addresses five very specific issues to give traders the insight and understanding about themselves that will make them consistent winners in the market. Above all, he shows you that the problem is not with the system that you're trading, but the problem lies within yourself, and your own thoughts and beliefs about how the market operates, and what your role is in the marketplace.

Stock Market Wizards: Interviews with America's Top Stock Traders  by Jack D. Schwager
Incisive Q&A sessions between Schwager and 15 extraordinarily successful traders, examines a wide spectrum of trading styles and the ways each approaches their specialty, whether it be value stocks, mutual funds, short selling, options trading, or other market niches. Schwager coaxes penetrating observations on setting goals, finding opportunities, learning from mistakes, and operating on a day-to-day basis. In the final "Wizard Lessons" chapter, Schwager details the 65 overarching principles (such as Trade Your Personality, Be Willing to Take a Loss, and The Importance of Setting Goals) culled from these extensive conversations.

The Master Swing Trader: Tools and Techniques to Profit from Outstanding Short-Term Trading Opportunities  by Alan S. Farley
Swing trading is gaining popularity as a powerful method to increase returns--and potentially lower risks--by profiting from short-term price moves. The Master Swing Trader explains how traders can use technical analysis, charting, and market sentiment to make trades that hold through price fluctuations and noise with wider stops. This complete, practical guide to making profitable short-term trades uses dozens of charts and graphs to illustrate proven swing trading concepts and strategies. Experienced day, position, and online traders will benefit immediately from dozens of trading strategies and setups that include precise reward, risk and stop-less considerations, with more than 200 charts and dozens of proprietary setups.

Rule the Freakin' Markets: How to Profit in Any Market, Bull or Bear  by Michael Parness
"I'm not mechanical, and I'm not good at figuring out technical stuff like computers or plumbing or chain saws, but I can figure out how things measure up in terms of probability. And probability is what trading is all about," says Parness, known to millions of insomniacs through his middle-of-the-night infomercials. A few too many ka-chingos  and wowsas  mar an otherwise informed writing style, but nevertheless the book offers some excellent insight into how the market actually works, and how one can make money using that insight. Those looking for a serious study of economic trends and forecasts may want to look elsewhere, but readers interested in a breezy, anecdotal read about market bubbles and bursts will be entertained and more than likely enlightened.

Pit Bull: Lessons from Wall Street's Champion Day Trader  by Martin Schwartz
Welcome to the world of Martin "Buzzy" Schwartz, Champion Trader -- the man whose nerves of steel and killer instinct in the canyons of Wall Street earned him the well-deserved name "Pit Bull." This is the true story of how Schwartz became the best of the best, of the people and places he discovered along the way and of the trader's tricks and techniques he used to make his millions. Pit Bull  is a modern-day Reminiscences of a Stock Operator; an over-the-shoulder look at one of this generation's great traders. Whether you are a neophyte to trading or a thirty-year veteran, whether you seek entertainment or are thirsting for knowledge, Pit Bull  is the book for you.

Trading for a Living: Psychology, Trading Tactics, Money Management  by Dr. Alexander Elder
An excellent book on market psychology and technical analysis, here is a comprehensive system for trading stocks, futures, currencies, and options. Called the "bible" of serious traders, this book provides provides a complete course in the three M's of successful trading: Mind, Method, and Money. He shows exactly where to find entry and exit points and where to place your stops. He explains in detail all the indicators and how to construct them. His risk management section is a must if you want to protect your equity. He explains how to trade like a professional, against the market crowds, for maximum profits. Dr. Elder writes with clarity, humor and wit, puncturing common myths about trading and reviewing the mistakes many beginning (and even some experienced) traders make. The best parts of the book are the sections on individual psychology and money management. Beginning traders who follow Dr. Elder's recommendations on the use of stops and maximum trade size should survive their learning curve with credit and ego intact. Save yourself a lot of money and read this book BEFORE you make your mistakes!
When to Sell: Inside Strategies for Stock-Market Profits  by Justin Mamis
Cited by the New York Times as one of the two or three best books ever written on the stock market, this classic has been updated and revised with a new foreword written by the author. When prices are up, investors should be looking for "when to sell". Identifying tops -- the emotions that accompany tops, the indicators that say it is a top, the stock actions that warn that it is getting to be time to sell -- these are the meat of the book
How I Trade for a Living  by Gary Smith
One of the more enjoyable and enlightening trading books, this is part biographical and part nuts-and-bolts trading strategy. Many will identify with the author's early struggles as a trader. It is inspiring how Smith never gave up on his dream to trade for a living. He is now cranking out $10,000+ monthly returns and all from an original bankroll of only $2000. Very impressive! Step by step, Smith outlines his low-risk trading strategies and explains how to use them to trade stock index futures and mutual funds -- his preferred vehicles -- as well as individual stocks, options, futures, and junk bonds. He acquaints you with his favorite indicators and tells you how to get the most out of them. He offers a wealth of tips on recognizing market trends and riding them for all they're worth. You've heard what the "experts" have to say about trading the markets. Now find out from a consummate pro how it's really done.
Option Volatility & Pricing: Advanced Trading Strategies and Techniques  by Sheldon Natenberg
One of the most widely read books among active option traders around the world, Option Volatility & Pricing  has been completely updated to reflect the most current developments and trends in option products and trading strategies. Written in a clear, easy-to-understand fashion, Option Volatility & Pricing  points out the key concepts essential to successful trading. Drawing on his experience as a professional trader, author Sheldon Natenberg examines both the theory and reality of option trading. He presents the foundations of option theory explaining how this theory can be used to identify and exploit trading opportunities. Option Volatility & Pricing  teaches you to use a wide variety of trading strategies and shows you how to select the strategy that best fits your view of market conditions and individual risk tolerance.
Options As A Strategic Investment  by Lawrence G. McMillan
This is considered to be the bible of options trading. Now completely revised and updated to encompass all the latest options trading vehicles, it supplies traders and serious investors with an abundance of new, strategic opportunities for managing their investments. Examples make clear the power of each strategy in carefully defined market conditions. This new edition includes coverage of long-term equity anticipation securities (LEAPs), preferred equity redemption cumulative stocks (PERCs), neutral trading, futures options, warrants, and standard portfolio analysis of risk (SPAN). The idea, of course, is to maximize earnings and reduce risk -- no matter how the market is performing. Strategy techniques and examples show how to do it.
The Stock Trader's Almanac 2005  edited by Jeffrey A. Hirsch & Yale Hirsch
"We discovered that while stocks do indeed fluctuate, they do so in well-defined, often predictable patterns. These patterns recur too frequently to be the result of chance or coincidence." Thus begins the introduction to the 37th edition of this annual bestseller. This invaluable trader's daytimer lays out all the daily, weekly, monthly and other seasonal trading patterns and statistical calendar biases in a clear and concise way. So many traders and market timers act on the data presented here that the market impact is a self-fulfilling prophesy, and one ignores this information at one's own peril. This book makes a great gift for anyone involved the markets.

Professional Stock Trading: System Design and Automation  by Mark R. Conway & Aaron N. Behle
Learn the art and science of trading systems from professional speculators. The authors share powerful long and short trading strategies that span all time frames, presenting over one hundred annotated charts with commentary and rationale. The book contains the complete implementation of a professional trading platform, including dozens of  TradeStation strategies, indicators, and functions. Further, advanced trading techniques such as pair trading and float trading are explained. These systems are integrated into a fully automated framework for position sizing and trade management. Finally, follow the authors as they track their stock selections throughout the week in real time.

Trading Systems and Methods  by Perry J. Kaufman
For more than two decades, traders have turned to the classic Trading Systems and Methods  for complete information about the latest, most successful indicators, programs, algorithms, and systems. Now, this newly revised and expanded Third Edition continues that tradition, including many new approaches and covering the latest developments in the continuously evolving equipment and techniques for trading the markets. "Probably the most comprehensive guide to trading systems ever written from one of the foremost experts in the field. This is an invaluable reference work for anyone with an interest in trading systems." -- Jack D. Schwager, author, Technical Analysis and The New Market Wizards.

Tradings Systems That Work: Building and Evaluating Effective Trading Systems  by Thomas Stridsman
When it comes to designing a trading system, serious traders don't have time to reinvent the wheel. Instead, they generally incorporate the proven, time-tested systems and techniques of others into their own personalized system that takes into account their trading budget, risk tolerance, action requirements, time horizon, and abilities to accept market- and system-specific anomalies. Trading Systems That Work is the first book to evaluate many of today's most influential techniques and, emphasizing trading software programs TradeStation and Excel, covers all aspects of researching, building, understanding, and evaluating your own trading system.

The Right Stock at the Right Time: Prospering in the Coming Good Years  by Larry Williams
Why is October an integral month for predicting market bottoms? Why do ideal buy opportunities occur in years ending in "2" or "3"? How do you tell when stocks are undervalued? The answers to questions like these can help you recognize the stock market's historical patterns -- and ultimately profit from them. In this indispensable, one-of-a-kind guide, forty-year industry veteran and top technical analyst Larry Williams throws down the gauntlet at the feet of the bear market pundits. Rejecting their pessimism-clouded view of the market, Williams reveals how you can prosper from knowing the fundamentals that have moved stocks in the past and will continue to move them in the future. Relying on exhaustive research (which includes stock market prices as far back as 1854), the author demonstrates that rallies are common to all market periods, and with these historical precedents as guideposts, he explains how you can zero in on market bottoms and ride the inevitable upswings that follow.


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