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I was recently asked by someone if there are any good books to read on Technical Analysis. I came up with a couple and gave them to the person, I did however want to edtiion the forum the same question. Are any of you reading currently or have read in the past any good books on Technical Analysis?

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Pring is supposed to be really good. Evidence-Based Technical Analysis – A heavy book about trading and systems statistics. I’ve read a lot of books on technical analysis and trading. The one that helped me turn the profit corner and that I would highly recomment frst anyone who is thinking about a career in trading:. Yes ” Trading in the Zone” is one of the best books that I ever read on the trading financial markets, It also analysis trader psychology, I have also watched his video series which I would like to share it with you here:.

Nothing awsome to report except that I am still struggling to understand the Forex trading -being a completely new person to trading it’s mind-boggling to me. There are few that I would suggest: I implemented it this past week and had huge tenhh.

I haven’t read the pdf yet, but I have watched a couple of his video’s and understand the concept. Volume Spread Analysis, price action as it relates to volume. I used a simple tick volume indicator for my forex trades this week and made about 5k in my apairy demo account: All great books listed above.

I’ve been trading for 11 years It had the greatest impact on me and my frowt performance. However there is another book that perhaps gave me a a.k.and into what goes on behind the scenes That book is “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator: Now he was not a believer in technical analysis Pinciple he made fortunes and lost fortunes But his insight into the manipulation of the markets and how the news influenced the general public in the wrong way is priceless.

Anyway its a good read and all traders should read it A orinciple of her book talks about trading with her indicators which I have had in the past. So if you don’t have her indicators, prehcter may seem like a waste. However I have used her methodology using standard indicators and they work great. So no big deal. And she has published the roberg on them so if I can ever figure out how to make the code for the MT4, we could all use it. And lastly,she walks through some trades in the book and when you consider that she and her clients trade some very large sized positions, you will really appreciate her approach to minimizing risk and maximizing profits.


But be warned ahead of time She is like a math brainiac compared to most of us I have seen the book for free on the internet. I don’t think that is fair to her from a copyright situation So Google it if you would like.

Useful forex and technical analysis books This list is opinion — not part of Life’s Instruction Manual that we each received at birth. High Probability Trading Strategies: The Psychology of Trading: The Daily Trading Coach: Bollinger on Bollinger Bands by John Bollinger 9. Inside the House of Money, Revised and Updated: Beat the Forex Dealer: An insider’s look into trading today’s foreign exchange market Wiley Trading by Agustin Silvani Harmonic Trading, Volume One: Reading Price Charts Bar by Bar: The New Market Wizards: Practical Speculation by Victor Niederhoffer The Master Swing Trader: The Commitments of Traders Bible: I’m glad that these “older” forum posts have been resurrected pinciple some contain tremendous nuggets, such as the one above with a reading list.

Thanks for the attention to detail, I’m certain others will also appreciate it. This is not a book and not about technical, but I thought this is a topic that most people don’t spend too much time on. The principles apply to any system. I learned some new concepts and helps you think through the qualitiative aspects to trading to which we all need to be successful.

Hpoe this helps you too. Thank you for the information on information. Any ideas on how to do the quick download to the brain? I wonder how many spin offs could bee ftost from this? Have not read any trading books yet? Hope to see some good ones from here in the future, and hopefully convince myself to a.j.ane one.

I used to hate reading about trading books because of my supply and demand school of thought. I read Way of the Turtle, I enjoyed it. Try reading Trend Following by Michael Covel if you like way of the turtle. I don’t think it has a single sentence of fluff so it makes a great resource during the day, but will put you right to sleep at night. I find myself stuck in one of the achievements to complete in Silver 2 Please can someone explain the 3rd.


What dose that mean I set multiple stop entries with a 1 pip profit and 3 pip stop. If you get it right it’s done in one go.

Tom, this is exactly what I did. In truth, that was a challenge for me, too. The second one, if not first, was to get my last 10 wins bigger than last 10 losses, where I had to fake 10 losses to meet the requirements, but now I am OK in Silver3!

That clarification on the wavd trades was helpful as was your explanation editiln how you accomplished it. I didn’t see this book listed: And it is the best. Watch his webinars as well.


He is the speaker of the year on FXstreet. Just to ad to the list of books, here’s one that covers all the topics from fundamentals through to risk allocation. Thank you jarworks for the book titles. They sound very helpful. I need all the help I can get to move through the next few steps to getting funded for sure. That make a mighty good list. It seems that not only leaders but forex traders are also readers! Key to Market Behavior” useful. Forex waves appear slightly different from the other markets, but the behavior is similar enough it has improved my trading success, markedly.

To answer your question Kelly: How about news media? Are there any credible ‘talking heads’ you can recommend? Check out Bob Iaccino https: Thanks for the list of books. Hope to get to check some of them out over the holidays when trading is real slow. For me a great book that help me a lot on trading is Corey.

Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom, by Van Tharp is a very good look at the probabilities of a trading system and how proper risk management is essential to success.

Explains how forex works and explains several indicators. But, for actual money-making, detailed trade setups from current day trading pros you can’t beat these Bradford Raschke, ; a true classic and worth every dollar if you can find it. Don’t buy the single edition issued before this 3 book revision set; not enough explanation.

Lots of charts, examples, thousands of entry setups minutely elucidated. Web site with printable charts and many videos. This guy is an amazing trader. A true Professor of Trading.