Giveaways Free - but you pay the postage Kenneth Shaleen: Volume and Open Interest (Revised Edition). Classic Trading Strategies for 24-Hour Markets. (has some highlighting, not a lot, and a few erasures) L. Dee Belveal: Speculation in Commodity Contracts and Options (has some highlighting, not a lot, and a few erasures) L. Dee Belveal: Charting Commodity Market Price Behavior (has some highlighting, not a lot, and a few erasures) Colin Alexander: Five Star Futures Trades. (contains the Lindahl pattern, some highlighting, not a lot, and a few erasures) Robert D. Edwards and John Magee: Technical Analysis of Stock Trends. 6th ed. photocopy in 2 3-ring binders. For sale You pay the postage William R. Gallagher: Winner Take All. (mint condition) Best offer. From the table of contents: - speculators and gamblers - commodity clients - commodity brokers - Elliott wave and the ghost of Fibinacci - the legacy of W. D. Gann - seers and profiteers - commodity future basics - living with uncertainty - chartists - Murphy's law - Turtles - seasonality and other methods - trading on the psychology - the zero sum game - regression - technical trading systems: design, operation, evaluation - fundamentals - execution - money management - options - and offer you can't refuse? - options basics - the writer's edge - practical writing Constance Brown: Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional (like new, no highlighting or underling) Best offer. From the table of contents: - dispelling some common believes about indicators - oscillators do not travel between 0 and 100 - dominant trading cycles are not symmetrical - choosing and adjusting period set up for oscillators - dominant trendlines are not always from extreme price highs or lows - signals from moving averages are frequently absent in real-time charts - calculating market price objectives - adjusting traditional Fibonacci projections for higher probability targets - price projections by reverse engineering indicators - price objectives derived from positive and negative reversals in RSI - calculating price and time objectives from a Gann wheel - using oscillators with the Elliott principle - new methods for improving indicator timing and filtering premature signals - volatility bands on oscillators - the composite index - evaluating the comparative strengths and weaknesses of common indicators - the derivative oscillator Arthur A. Merrill: Filtered Waves. Basic Theory (an wave-theory classic, excellent condition, no highlighting or underlining, no dust jacket, a "collectable"?) Best offer. From the table of contents: - What is the Elliott wave theory? - What is the Dow theory? - What is a filtered wave? - How can the turning points of the filterable waves be located? - How can a wave be identified and measured? - How can turning points be evaluated? - Can filtered waves be used with other methods? - Can filtered waves be used with individual stocks? - How big is a bull? How big is a bear? - What is the life expectancy of a bull? A bear? - How big are the primary swings, secondary reactions, and rallies? - How big is a retracement? - Can filtered waves help in the checking of leadtime - numerous historical charts and diagrams Chick Goslin: Intelligent Futures Trading (excellent condition, no highlighting or underlining)Best offer. From the table of contents: - looking versus thinking, observing versus analyzing - making predictions - humility and arrogance - a traders constant objective should be to trade intelligently - knowing yourself - momentum rhythm - trading rules - trading techniques - a momentum trading method - the direction line - the timing line - the confirming line - divergences - money management - stops - trade checklist - getting in and out of markets - commitment of traders report - create a "trading intelligence" - how many different markets to trade - number of contracts to trade - charts P. J. Kaufman: Commodity Trading Systems and Methods. (Excellent condition, no highlighting or underlining. A well-known and respected book, maybe even a classic.) Best offer. From the table of contents: - components of commodity price movements -- the trend - commodity-trending model - moving average systems - momentum and oscillators - living with moving averages - cycles and secular trends - interpreting the bar chart - systems founding on charting patterns - pattern recognition - daytrading - system management Ulf Jensen: How I Tripled My Money in the Futures Market. (Excellent condition, almost like new) Best offer. Jensen won the Robbins Trading Championship. From the table of contents: - preparation - choosing the market - choosing the proper time frame - money management - classical chart patterns - classic indicators - market sentiment indicators - combination indicators - entering the market - stop-loss orders and risk control - asking the market - building a trading system - the trendline breakout system - the 1-2-3 reversal system - constructing indicators - analyzing price bar patterns - creating systems A Course in Trading. Wetsel Market Bureau Inc. (good condition, no highlighting underlining or erasures, but the front cover is slightly scuffed, otherwise very clean). $20.00 This book was published in the Traders' Master Class Series and is the market classic from the "golden age" technical analysis. "As this important work on Technical Analysis was written in published by corporate entity over 60 years ago, the names of those who worked on writing this Course are lost to oblivion. What we do know is that the president of the company was a Mr. Fred McClafferty and in all probability he was the major contributor. Regardless of who did the actual work on this Course, the overall impression of excellent technical ideas and concepts remains." Send me a PM if you're interested. I won't be checking my inbox until Wednesday, probably Thursday.