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What stock market books should I read?

Discussion in 'Trading/Investing Resources' started by sonotme, Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. sonotme

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    Hey guys

    This is my first post here I would like to know what books I should read (I like audio books so any I can get on cd I would really like to know) before starting playing around with stocks.

    Thanks so much

    Rowan
     
  2. swingstar

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    Investing or trading? Both very different.
     
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    Rowan, if you're going to trade CFDs, I can give you the names of two books that might be worthwhile reading...

    scsl
     
  5. sonotme

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    I'm looking at trading but I don't know anything so any books on getting started would be great

    Thanks

    Rowan
     
  6. Realist

    Realist Billie Jean is not my lover

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    stan weinstein-profiting in a bull and bear market good for trading im sure you will enjoy.if your new to this might take a little while to grasp but sure worth it once u do
     
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    "Powertiming" by analyst and economist Bob Beckman, sets forth the highly original and pragmatic concepts of R.N. Elliott, the inovator of the principal explaining how today's investor can use Elliott's advanced techniques to anticipate market turns profitably. Powertiming takes the investor step-by-step through all of the key elements of forecasting future share price movements while also helping the investors develop that all-important winning attitude which is a prerequisite for success in markets.
     
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    I'd endorse Weinstein's book referred to above. Provides easy to understand concepts and uses clear language.

    Julia
     
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    Did you successfully implement it ? :roflmao:
     
  12. Realist

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    I have started well, just another 20 to 30 years to go. :eek:

    I hold some good stocks that I really wanna hold forever.

    Seriously how much is WDC and FGL gonna be worth in 30 years if all dividends over that time are reinvested and I never sell, so no taxes?

    It is a marathon race, and I've yet to pass the first mile.... ;)
     
  13. brisvegas

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    couple of authors to follow
    alexander elder
    jack shwager
    mark douglas

    i have a selection of trading books to sell for those interested

    chris temby ... trading stock options and warrents

    Daryl Guppy
    .... trading tactics
    .... bear trading
    ..... share trading
    ..... chart trading

    Stan Weinstein .... secrets for profiting in bull and bear markets

    Louise bedford
    .... the secret of candlestick charting
    ..... the secret of writing options

    Sheldon Natenberg ... option volatility and pricing ... hard back

    Christopher Tate .... understanding options trading in australia

    Alexander Elder
    ..... trading for a living .... hard back
    ..... study guide for trading for a living

    would prefer to do a deal for the entire collection than sell them all seperately

    send pm if interested


    ................ bris
     
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    Once Warren Buffett and J. Templeton told that it's difficult to buy undervalue stocks in these days. What your opinion about their saying?
     
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    thats funny considering you admit to only having read 2 books :banghead:
     
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    Why no taxes? regardless of wether you reinvest or take the dividends,you still have to declare them on your tax return.
     
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    Hey guys what about books on money mangement, whats books are good on that subject?
     
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