Okay, trading books are easy to find. But actually helpful trading books are hard to come by. See here below some books that have helped me improve my trading and better my understanding of the markets in general.
- The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham.
- This book is THE book for beginners as benjamin explains his strategies, what he looked for in a stock, how to be a defensive investor, how to avoid being an aggressive investor and how to be an Intelligent Investor.
- You can find it by clicking here: The Intelligent Investor
- Security Analysis: Sixth – Another great book by Benjamin Graham.
- With a foreword by Warren Buffett, this book is a must have for any new or advanced (day) trader. In this book, Graham and Dott explain how they analyse their trades. Although this book came out 75 years ago, this sixth edition has been updated for current markets and completed with commentary from a vast amount of hedge fund managers
- You can find it by clicking here: Security Analysis
- Stock Patterns for Day Trading and Swing Trading.
- This book is on my list because I read it a long time go. This book goes into detail about different strategies, with chart examples.
- You can find it by clicking here: Stock patterns for day trading
- Stock Patterns for Day Trading II: advanced Techniques.
- This book goes into further detail into trading strategies, setups, building your watch list and how to analyze stocks and patterns, among other information.
- You can find it by clicking here: Stock Patterns for Day Trading II
- The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick)
- I know you do not want to be part of the 90% of failing traders. This book shines some light onto the subject. This is a psychological book about why we quit and how we can change that dip into success.
- You can find it by clicking here: The dip