These trading psychology books are not frequently mentioned, but they are hidden gems. Learn how they can help you.
If you are tired of trading books that only give you part of a trading method in order to sell you a more expensive course, then this book could be for you. This post will share what I liked about this book, what I skipped over and how not to go from trader to high school teacher.
Naked Trading is not just something that you do alone in your basement. It is a trading book by Walter Peters and Alex Nekritin that teaches a refreshingly simple trading strategy. If you have ever been frustrated with using indicators, this book just might be what you have been looking for. Find out what I thought about the book.
I haven’t read a trading book in awhile. Not completely, at least. Find out what I have against trading books and why I read this one.
What do poker, sex and dying have to do with learning to trade? Find out in this…
A book review of The Greatest Trade Ever by Gregory Zuckerman. A story of how Robert Paulson managed to make 15 billion dollars betting against real estate.
What can you learn from one of America’s greatest energy men? Plenty.
Pickens went from successful oil man to hedge fund manager and lost a couple of fortunes in the process. To find out more about what you can learn from him, check out this post.
I just got through reading, err, listening to Dr. Wayne Dyer’s book Excuses Begone! Even though this isn’t a trading book per se, I believe that it is important to explore different points of view when it comes to examining my own psychology. I usually get the audio version of a book whenever possible because […]
This is one of my favorite trading books of all time…and it doesn’t have a single trading system. Find out why I like this book so much here.