Books that have influenced you the most

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by popesidious, Feb 3, 2006.

  1. I would like to know which books have influenced you the most in your trading career.

    My books are-

    1. Education of a Speculator, Victor Niederhoffer.
    2. Secrets of Professional Turf Betting, Robert L. Bacon
    3. Pitbull, Marty Schwartz
    4. Reminiscenses of a Stock Operator, Edwin Lefevre

    Any suggestions on books I should read?
  2. Buy1Sell2


    Technical Analysis for Dummies
  3. elitetrader


  4. "Dynamic Trading", Robert C. Miner
  5. TA for Dummies was the first book on Trading I read, is not bad, not at all. As long as I remember it was written by Barbara Rockefeller who has a good resume.
  6. Buy1Sell2


    yes I was being serious about the Dummy book. It is a good start
  7. The Holy Bible

    and Jesse
  8. koms


    Elite Trader is the BEST.....
    No book can beat the knowledge on ET...
  9. Trading in the Zone, M. Douglas
  10. lescor


    Trading in the Zone by Douglas, but only on the second read after I'd been trading for a while and it all made more sense.

    Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom by Van Tharp would be my number two.

    But I haven't read very many trading books.
    #10     Feb 3, 2006