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  1. hi, nycdweller, a very good review of Graifer's Book can be found in amazon.com, especially those comments made by dbphoenix and james lee (both are invaluable contributors to this forum) as usual, there's not so good comments about the Book as well, you've to make judgment on your own yes, it applies to daytrading as well link: http://www.amazon.com/Techniques-Tape-Reading-Vadym-Graifer/dp/0071414908/ref=pd_bbs_sr_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1230189905&sr=8-2
  2. Hi, Kiwi, I love to provide review of Pascal's Book "Value in Time", but it'll take a bit of time for my order to arrive as I ordered it thru Traderslibrary taking advantage of their free worldwide shipping offer. From past experience, they'll ship it by surface mail. In the meantime, members can visit Pascal's website: effectivevolume.eu. Btw, the author is a philanthropist: if one donates US$50 or above to the foundation for handicapped children, one can get his Excel Add On software.
  3. How about adding the following: a. Vadym Graifer: Techniques of Tape Reading b. Suri Duddella: Trade Chart Patterns Like the Pros c. Pascal Willain:Value in Time: Better Trading through Effective Volume (I just ordered this book, to the best of knowledge, the author tries to unmask the selling/buying patterns of the big boys using his proprietary Effective Volume)
  4. Vadym Graifer's Techniques of Tape Reading is an excellent book as well.
  5. Vadym Graifer's "Techniques of Tape Reading" is an excellent beginner's guide to day trading, imho
  6. I like #4: the use of walking a log over a river to explain the reasons why most traders (including me:crap::doh:) fail to let profits run, what a provoking analogy! Thanks very much.
  7. Hi, Tim, I have Morris's book as well as Bigalow's book. Both of them are quite good for candlestick course. I'm not sure if I should get Nison's book as well. Thanks. Jesse
  8. How would one compare Nison's book with Bigalow's "High Profit Candlestick Patterns"? I like the latter very much, but I haven't read the former.
  9. Just learned that Jim Paul's book "What I Learned Losing A Million Dollars" is available for sale from traderspress for US$49.95.
  10. This is an indispensable guide to patterns trading: one needs to put it next to his trading computer.
  11. HSCEI(or HHI) is even more scaring, it's much more volatile than HSI given the fact that the latter's margin is lower than the former
  12. Trading Hong Kong's HSI may be another choice, liquidity is not a problem, but very volatile recently.
  13. it's a pity that I don't have a chance to work for Uncle Sam another good book not so related to trading superficially is: The New Psycho-Cybernetics
  14. you mean "Unleash the Warrior Within":doh:
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