It’s about time I updated my list of best trading books so here is my selection of the 100 greatest trading and investing books of all time. I’ve read (or at least partly read) a lot of these and I’ve tried to put them in some sort of order as well. Not an easy task […]
Swing trading is a good option for investors who may not have the temperament or time to engage in day trading. Having success in this field requires you to take the time to learn about the various trading strategies and processes for short-term trading. Fortunately, many successful investors that have come before you have made […]
Warren Buffett is an example of someone who recognises the importance of reading. It’s been said that he spends 80% of his day reading and thinking and can read up to 600 – 1,000 pages a day. As a system trader it is also important to read and to keep on top of new developments in […]
I recently finished reading the book A Man For All Markets by Ed Thorp. I have to say that I think this could be one of the best trading books ever written! Why? Simply because Ed Thorp is a true trading legend and in this book he details how he went about beating not just the […]
I have spent much of the morning reading Misbehaving: The Making Of Behavioral Economics by leading expert and professor, Richard H. Thaler. This is a book that offers a full introduction into behavioral economics whilst managing to still be entertaining and readable.
In this post I take a look at one of the greatest traders of all time, Jesse Livermore. Jesse was famously profiled in the classic investing tome Reminiscences of a Stock Operator, a book that has been called the best trading book every written. This is a long piece, clocking in at around 9,000 words and it covers […]
The first version of What Works on Wall Street, by James O’Shaughnessy, was received very favourably by the investment community. Stock Traders Almanac called it the “best investment book of 1996” and “likely the most influential book on investing in the decade”. It was praised for it’s attention to detail and in-depth research into the factors […]
I’ve spent half the day researching new investing strategies and half the day reading Happier by Tal Ben Shahar. Tal Ben Shahar is a teacher, writer, TED speaker and Harvard lecturer. According to the sleeve of the book, Ben-Shahar is an incredibly popular teacher at Harvard and his course on happiness is the most popular in the […]
There is a lot of bad information in the trading world and the strategy of trend following is often misinterpreted. It can be especially hard for a beginner to get to the truth and that’s why I’ve put together this trend following PDF which you can download for free.
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