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Best Books for Making $

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…the paucity of suggestions – sign of enlightenment or sign of barren conditions in the trading book field ?

 

 

...also, for many, it would be best to look for trading books about taking $ instead of "for Making $"

 

 

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thread r.i.p.

 

Hi zdo

Yes . For me the hard part is when to sell..............taking the money:crap:

regards bob

 

This is a test to learn how to add :bang head:

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Hi zdo

Yes . For me the hard part is when to sell..............taking the money:crap:

regards bob

 

This is a test to learn how to add :bang head:

 

Well,you must be doing something right if there is money to take.There are 2 types of traders who have progressed from complete beginners.A-Those that know what to do but fail to do it. B-Those that know what to do and just do it.

Deciding which group you want to be in is a lifestyle choice.Occasionally banging the outside of your head is preferable to letting a psychologist mess around with the soft inner workings.:)

Did i leave anything out?

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my favorites and go to material, no specific order

 

Mastering the Trade - John F. Carter

Reading Price Action Bar by Bar - Al Brooks

Fibonacci Trading - Carolyn Boroden

Candlestick Charting Explained - Gregory L. Morris

 

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Mind over Markets - James Dalton

Markets in Profile - James Dalton

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Personally, I hate books. Just the though that they are boring. I'd prefer to get into the action. There's a lot of providers that offers demo account. So you''d actually get to see the look and feel. vbulletin-smile.gif

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Personally, I hate books. Just the though that they are boring. I'd prefer to get into the action. There's a lot of providers that offers demo account. So you''d actually get to see the look and feel. vbulletin-smile.gif

 

Hi Gavind

Where you from..... Kentucky?

 

Bobc

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