- A. Chisholm
This book is based on a series of seminars delivered over a period of many years to people working on the global financial markets. The material has expanded and evolved over that time. Participation in the seminars has covered the widest possible spectrum in terms of age, background and seniority, ranging all the way from new graduate entrants to the financial services industry up to senior managing directors.
Financial Markets and Corporate Strategy
- Grinblatt M., Titman S.
Practical Insights is a unique feature of this text (found at the end of each part) that contains guidelines to help you identify the important issues faced by financial managers.
The Global Money Markets
- F. Fabozzi, S. Mann, M. Choudhry
The money market is traditionally defined as the market for financial assets that have original maturities of one year or less. In essence, it is the market for short-term debt instruments. Financial assets traded on this market include such instruments as asset-backed securities and mortgage-backed securities.
Candlesticks For Support And Resistance
- John H. Forman
Even as you read this, the candlestick charting technique, with its origins in Japan, is being absorbed into the ways of Western technical analysis. Here's how candlestick charting can be used for a typically Western technical analysis strategy.
Day Trading the Currency Market
- Kathy Lien
Day Trading the Currency Market reveals a variety of technical and fundamental profitable strategies for trading on the currency market, and provides a detailed look at how this market actually works. It contains actionable information and strategies, which can help you enter this highly competitive arena with confidence and exit with profits.
Beat the Odds in Forex Trading
- Igor Toshchakov
Beat the Odds in Forex Trading is written by the prominent Forex trader Igor Toshchakov, who is better known under his nickname L.A Igrok and the similarly named trading method of his authorship. The presented book is dedicated to detecting and benefiting from the high-percentage currency market patterns. The proposed method employs short-term technical analysis and special money management techniques.
- Peter Rosenstreich
Forex Revolution is an introduction and a guide into the world of Forex trading, which looks at it from the several points of view - the basic, the fundamental, the technical and the professional. The book by Peter Rosenstreich approaches Forex trading as a daily activity with the advantages and problems that are specific to any type of job, offering his own methods to employ its benefits and neutralize its disadvantages.
New Trading Dimension
- Bill Williams
New Trading Dimension is another book by the financial trading genius Bill Williams. Bringing chaos theory into trading is one of Bill’s most notable ideas that have brought him success and allowed him to share his knowledge and techniques to make other financial traders succeed through these innovative and natural trading methods.
Essential Technical Analysis
- Leigh Stevens
Essential Technical Analysis is one of the many fundamental works on the technical analysis for the financial markets. This book probably won't be very interesting to experienced traders who already employ their own technical strategies and know a lot about technical analysis from their own experience or from previously-acquired knowledge. But this book will definitely help put a complete trading rookie on the hard rails of technical analysis. Without going deep into describing and explaining every possible chart pattern, Leigh Stevens offers deep explanations of the basic principles of technical analysis. All known problems, advantages, disadvantages, myths and other related facts are researched in great detail in this book.
Trading with the Odds
- Cynthia Kase
Trading with the Odds offers a non-traditional view on the traditional technical analysis. The author presents a scientific approach to probability and statistics evaluation with a simplicity that makes it accessible to a common financial trader.
Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns
- Thomas Bulkowski
Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns is indeed a great book, listing almost all possible technical analysis chart patterns with detailed descriptions for each pattern and the statistical background of its consequences.
Investment Performance Measurement
- Bruce Feibel
Investment Performance Measurement is a book dedicated to the less popular part of every financial trading or investment process, known as the results analysis. When you have a strategy to use, a money management system to follow, as well as all the necessary tools to trade and invest, you can go deep into the process.
Trade Like Jesse Livermore
- Richard Smitten
Although he began his career in 1892, Jesse Livermore is still considered to be one of the world's greatest traders. In life and in death, Livermore has always been a controversial figure and his methods held up as a model for traders of all generations. Through 45 years of trading and market observation, Jesse Livermore determined that stocks and stock markets move in a series of repetitive patterns. He then developed a series of unique tools, using secret formulas and equations that allowed him to identify and interpret the movement in stocks with uncanny reliability.
Sniper Trading Workbook
- George Angell
Sniper Trading Workbook offers a technical approach to the analysis of overbought and oversold market situations with a possible relation to the past cycles of the same instruments. This book is mostly about stocks and some of its chapters cannot be related to the Forex market at all, but the main approach that's described by George Angell is applicable in almost any financial market.
Trading Systems and Methods
- Perry J. Kaufman
Trading Systems and Methods by Perry J. Kaufman is a titanic trading study which includes a description of the every possible trading system and method. All those methods can be applied both to stocks, commodities or the Forex market.
- Bill Williams
Trading Chaos is one of the greatest trading books from one of the greatest writers and the leading theoretician of dynamic trading - Bill Williams. If the only tools that you use to trade are the "linear" ones - like moving average, RSI, MACD, etc. - you will definitely revise your trading style after reading this book.
The Market Guys' Five Points for Trading Success
- AJ Monte, Rick Swope
The Market Guys' Five Points for Trading Success is a general financial trading book that professionally teaches readers the major points of a trader's successful behavior. The authors of this book AJ Monte and Rick Swope are both professional traders, experienced analysts and long-time trading teachers.
Getting Started in Currency Trading
- Michael Archer, Jim Bickford
Getting Started in Currency Trading is a well-composed Forex book that goes from the very beginning of the acquaintance with the currency trading market, continues through all of the known techniques of Forex trading and finishes with the abundant list of appendices and references that might appear useful even to a highly experienced trader.
Mastering the Trade
- John F. Carter
Mastering the Trade is a 2005 book by John F. Carter, the experienced trader, trading teacher, innovator and maybe even scientist. Mastering the Trade like many others covers almost all topics related to trading and tries to teach the reader everything that according to the author's opinion is required to be a successful trader.
Forex Patterns and Probabilities
- Ed Ponsi
Forex Patterns and Probabilities explains the trading strategies for trending and range-bound markets, one of which Forex is, according to the author of this Forex book, Ed Ponsi. The book starts of with the basic explanations of what the Forex market is, its unique features and its similarities with the other financial markets.
Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom
- Van K. Tharp
Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom is one of our personal favorite trading books. From this book we've learned a lot about position sizing and trading system development. It's definitely a must-read book for almost every financial trader. You'll learn how to effectively manage your risks and capital according to those risks.
Trading in the Zone
- Mark Douglas
Trading in the Zone is a trading book dedicated to the psychological training of a trader. According to its author, Mark Douglas, the trader's mindset should be significantly different from a common real-life mindset. The greatest profits are made in financial trading only by those who switch their minds to a completely different way of thinking that would allow them to overcome some of the biggest problems, the psychological problems of trading.
Trading with DiNapoli Levels
- Joe DiNapoli
Trading with DiNapli Levels is a trading book by Joe DiNapoli that describes a certain complex technical indicator that he has invented and that is usually called DiNapoli levels. The whole indicator is based on the Fibonacci levels and is in some way just a method of application of the Fibonacci levels to the particular market conditions.