Best trading books that nobody has heard of ?

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by prox, Jun 10, 2003.

  1. prox

    prox

    here are some sleeper books for me that were quite good, but not widely publicised.

    What Works in Online Trading - Etzkorn
    Professional Commodity Trader - Kroll
    When to Sell - Mamis
    Trader's Edge - Noble
    Ultimate Trading Guide - Hill

    :D
     
  2. Good one with Justin Mamis.

    A good name follows also;basic business but good-''It"s Easier To Suceed Than Fail'' by Truett Cathy.


    THE BEST,TRADING MARKETS . COM CONVERVATIONS WITH TOP TRADERS by Kevin Marder [includes General Kevin Haggerty, Dr. Christian Kacher, Humble Jim Whitner, Cedd Moses, hedge fund king.]
     
  3. prox

    prox

    Dynamic Trading - Robert Miner
    Day Trader's Survival Guide - Chris Farrell

    forgot these :D
     
  4. nkhoi

    nkhoi Moderator

    capturing full-trend profits in the commodity futures markets by Colin Alexander, in this you will find Lindahl sell/buy rules.
     
  5. its more of a manual, not a book per se...

    Trend Dynamics by Joseph Hart
     
  6. Momento

    Momento

    Great post,
    Thanx for sharing :)
     
  7. prox

    prox

    Where might one purchase this? I don't see it on Amazon.
     
  8. nkhoi

    nkhoi Moderator

    probl self publish
     
  9. It is self published. If you go to the site you can read a few of the different chapters. It has nothing to do with indicators or stuff like that. It's basically a very detailed course in price structure, price action, support/resistance...All time and price relationships. It draws heavily on Wyckoff type material.
     
  10. prox

    prox

    #10     Jun 13, 2003