After years of throwing out more books than anyone might imagine I'm left with 39 of what in my opinion are the best of the best. Due to unforseen circumstances I must sell them. I'm in Plano, TX and hope one person will take them all. Top of the list is a blue cover ver of Toby' Crabel's Daytrading with short term price patterns. Make a reasonable offer on that and I will let the rest go for a small fraction of worth. 1) Day Trading with short term price patterns, Toby Crabel. (hardcover) 2) Trading as a busineess, Charlie Wright 3) The new market wizards, Jack Schwager 4) Smarter Trading PJ Kaufman 5) The new commodity trading Systems and methods, PJ Kaufman 6) Technical Analysis of the futures markets, JJ Murphy 7) The I-S Method, Franklin Paul Jackson (One of Dunnigan's mentors) 8) Trading with the Odds, Cynthia Kase 9) Mind Over Markets, Dalton, Jones and Dalton 10) Gains In Grain, William Dunnigan 11) The Trading Systems Toolkit, Joe Krutsinger 12) The 5 day momentum method, Jeff Cooper 13) The new science of Technical analysis, Tom DeMark 14) New Market timing techniques, Tom Demark 15) Trading by the book, Joe Ross 16) Trading is a business, Joe Ross 17) Technical Trading Systems for commodities and stocks, Charles Patel 18) Japanese Candlestick charting techniques, Steve Nison 19) Beyond Candlesticks, Steve Nison 20) Trading Applications of Japanese Candlestick charting, Wagner / Matheny 21) A W. D. Gann Treasure Discovered, Roibert Krausz (Ganns greatest contribution to ta imo) 22) Trading Systems, Joe Krutsinger 23) How I made $2,000,000 in the stock market, Nicolas Darvas 24) Stock Trading Techniques based on price patterns, Michael Harris (quite intriguing imo) 25) Point & Figure charting, Tom Dorsey 26) New BluePrints for gains in stocks and commodities & One-way forumula for trading in stocks in commodities, William Dunnigan. (my bible) 27) Ask Mr EasyLanguage, Samual Tennis 28) The trading windows strategy, Connors Research Group 29) The Taylor trading technique, George Taylor 30) Three Point reversal method of point and figure construction and formation, Michael Burke 31) Study helps in point & figure technique, Alexander Wheelan 32) The point and figure method of anticipating stock price movement, Victor De Villiers and Owen Taylor (interesting) 33) Point & figure charting, Carroll Aby 34) Hit and run trading 2, Capturing explosive short term moves in stocks, M. Gordon Publishing Group 35) Connors on Advanced Trading strategies, M Gordon Publishing Group 36) Street Smarts, M Gordon Publishing Group. 37) Hit and Run Trading, M Gordon Publishing Group 38) Trading by the minute, Joe Ross 39) Trading the Ross Hook, Joe Ross (practical basis for many sub systems imo) None of these books have dust jackets but all were bought new. I might have made a few notations in some but generally there's little or no highlighting (i think).