These trading psychology books are not frequently mentioned, but they are hidden gems. Learn how they can help you.
Forex Patterns and Probabilities is a Trading Book You Must Read
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 Forex: High-Probability Techniques for Trading Without Indicators
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.
3 Reasons Why You Should Read The PlayBook By Mike Bellafiore
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.
Trading, Sex and Dying: Book Review
What do poker, sex and dying have to do with learning to trade? Find out in this…
5 Things That I Learned From The Greatest Trade Ever
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.
Book Review: The First Billion is the Hardest
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.
Excuses Begone! – Book Review
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 […]
Trade With Passion and Purpose Book Review
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.