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355 posts
msg #84371
12/13/2009 7:54:09 PM

For those of us just getting started, and for skilled pros .... please post a couple must reads recommendations that have been instrumental in the success of your trading strategy/philosophy.

4,577 posts
msg #86765
Ignore Eman93
1/21/2010 10:03:43 PM

I liked this book. you can get it here.

106 posts
msg #86788
Ignore taylorsk
1/22/2010 10:08:15 AM

All Alexander Elder's books....Seriously...

355 posts
msg #86819
1/22/2010 4:20:21 PM

Thank you, still relatively new here (6 mo's) and trying to accelerate the learning curve if indeed that is possible.

671 posts
msg #86838
Ignore miketranz
1/22/2010 6:09:46 PM

Must reads:1)"How I made 2,000,000 in the stock market" by N.Darvas 2)"Market wizards" by J.Schwager 3)"The new market wizards" by J.Schwager 4)"How I trade for a living" by G.Smith 5)"Long term secrets to short term trading" by L.Williams 6)"Millionaire traders" by K.Lein.7)"Reminiscences of a stock market operator" by E.Lefevre.The material contained here is derived from actual traders,who were very successful in the markets.It's about as real as it gets.But the real test is applying your own brand of trading to the markets through trial &error,to gain the competency to become successful yourself......

147 posts
msg #86840
Ignore stratiG
1/22/2010 6:16:29 PM

Al Brooks--

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