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Trading for a Living : Psychology, Trading Tactics, Money Management (Wiley Finance)
Dr. Alexander Elder, Alexander Elder / published: April 1993 / Hardcover / 289 pgs.
 
A personal account of a psychologist's struggle to become a professional trader. Excellent overview of the mindset necessary to profit as a daytrader. The psychological section is the primary strength of the book. The trading tools mentioned aren't necessarily appropriate for today's trading, but still give a good view of what is essential in a trading methodology. The money management section is thin, but gives a good overview of this necessary trading factor.
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Study Guide for Trading for a Living
Alexander Elder / published: March 1998 / Paperback / 208 pgs.
 
To help readers profit even more from the ideas in Trading for a Living, Dr. Elder has prepared this Study Guide, packed with over 200 questions and charts to help traders master the essential trading skills -- from psychology to technical analysis to risk management, and more. Eleven rating scales help readers measure their growth and progress.
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The Compleat Day Trader : Trading Systems, Strategies, Timing Indicators, and
Jake Bernstein, Jacob I. Bernstein / published: February 1996 / Hardcover / 227 pgs.
 
The Compleat Day Trader offers a solid introduction to day trading and evaluates various techniques and strategies, including moving averages, intraday application of stochastics, support and resistance, gaps, and scalping. Bernstein spends several chapters discussing trading psychology. He sees successful traders as developing a balance between technique and "art."
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The Compleat Day Trader II
Jake Bernstein / published: August 1998 / Hardcover / 375 pgs.
 
The Compleat Day Trader II builds on the ideas presented in Bernstein's first daytrading book, The Compleat Day Trader. This time around, Bernstein focuses on more advanced trading systems and places particular emphasis on the importance of self-discipline in day trading, and he zeros in on the best futures markets to trade, including the S&P 500, Treasury bonds, and European currencies.
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Hit & Run Trading : The Short-Term Stock Traders
Jeff Cooper / published: December 1996 / Hardcover / 154 pgs.
 
This best-selling manual teaches traders how to daytrade and short-term trade the best moving stocks. Jeff's strategies identify daily the ideal stocks to trade and point out the exact entry and protective exit point. Most trades risk 1 point or less and last from a few hours to a few days.
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Hit and Run Trading II: Capturing Explosive Short-Term Moves In Stocks
Jeff Cooper / published: July 1998 / Hardcover / 212 pgs.
 
Cooper reveals his own winning strategies for profitable trading time after time.
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Connors On Advanced Trading Strategies
Laurence A. Connors / published: March 1998 / Hardcover / 259 pgs.
 
Anything Connors writes, I read. Among the 30-plus strategies revealed in this manual are: THE 15-MINUTE ADX BREAKOUT METHOD (Chapter 20) Especially for daytraders! This dynamic method teaches you how to specifically identify and trade the most explosive futures and stocks every day. This strategy alone is worth the price of the book. It specifically shows how to choose to enter the same market day after day. By identifying an over-all trend and then waiting for a market to "speak to you" just after the opening, you can take positions where before you might have hesitated or even refrained from entering. This is a day trader's dream. . .
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Street Smarts: High Probability Short-Term Trading
Laurence A. Connors and Linda Bradford Raschke / published: January 1996 / Hardcover / pgs.
 
Written by Larry Connors and "New Market Wizard" Linda Raschke. This 245 page manual is considered by many to be one of the best books written on trading futures. Twenty-five years of combined trading experience is divulged as you will learn 20 of their best strategies.
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The Day Trader's Manual : Theory, Art, and Science of Profitable Short-Term Investing (Wiley Finance Editions)
William F. Eng / published: January 1993 / Hardcover / 342 pgs.
 
Reviewers either love or hate this book. Read them for yourself by clicking on More Details below. Presents day traders with a systematic and rational framework for decision-making in the futures, options and equities markets. Offers complete coverage of daytrading methods including price, time and volume analysis techniques, money and position management strategies, trading systems, computerized trading tactics and much more.
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High-Impact Day Trading : Powerful Techniques for Exploiting Short-Term Market Trends
Robert M. Barnes / published: March 1996 / Hardcover / 221 pgs.
 
Noted trader and researcher Robert Barnes demonstrates how comprehensive knowledge of day trading is essential in today's trading market. Across all manner of commodities, for traders who continually strive for higher profits, HIGH-IMPACT DAY TRADING tells you what and when to trade and how to know when to take your profits and run.
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The Day Trader's Advantage : How to Move from One Winning Position to the Next
Howard Abell / published: June 1996 / Hardcover / 256 pgs.
 
"All traders, novice or professional, upstairs or downstairs, should come away from The Day Trader's Advantage with a fresh perspective on how he or she can develop, master and refine a real-time profitable day trading strategy that will allow them to separate themselves from the noise and distraction of everything that is not trading." -James E. Green, General Counsel, LFG, LLC, Chicago, Illinois
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Trading in Choppy Markets
Robert M. Barnes / published: September 1996 / Hardcover / 448 pgs.
 
Trading in Choppy Markets will provide a clearer understanding of how to exploit all market environments, regardless of trading style or technique. Traders will stop trying to mold the market into their chosen trend-of-the-moment and instead will alter their trading strategies to meet the market.
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The Best of Professional Traders Journal: Day Trading
Laurence A. Connors / published: March 1999 / Paperback / 56 pgs.
 
Larry Connors shares five strategies that will help you become a top-notch day trader. These strategies represent the culmination of over 15 years of trading experience. Larry shows you how to use the powerful ADX indicator to become a winner in the stock market and in the S&Ps.
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The Day Trader's Quick Reference to the Stock Market
Frank Carroll / published: May 1999 / Spiral-bound / 125 pgs.
 
Whether you are a seasoned day trader or novice, finding information fast is a necessary investment for making money. The Day Trader is a vital information tool, assisting the trader or investor to get a quick overview of the Sectors, Industries and Indices.
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Stock Trading Wizard : Advanced Short-Term Trading Strategies for Swing and Day Trading
Tony Oz / published: August 1999 / Hardcover / 187 pgs.
 
In his book, Stock Trading Wizard, Tony Oz discloses his short-term trading strategies in a simple yet comprehensive manner. The book goes straight to the point covering all the essential elements for short-term trading. It was designed by the author for everyone who is serious about trading stocks for a living.
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Day Trading with Short-Term Price Patterns and Opening Range Breakout
Toby Crabel / published: August 1990 / Hardcover / 287 pgs.
 
This book is based on the premise that the opening is the most important price of the day, and that price action after the opening tells you more about what the market is doing and going to do than any other combination of market indicators. Difficult reading, excellent material.
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Trading Systems and Methods
Perry Kaufman / published: Nov. 1998 / Hardcover / 720 pgs.
 
Trading Systems and Methods is a reworked edition of Perry Kaufman's classic New Commodity Trading Systems and Methods. This new edition contains much of the valuable material of the original book as well as new sections on Expert Systems, Fuzzy Logic, Fractals and Chaos, Neural Networks, etc. This book is a valuable reference that should be in every trader's or investor's bookshelf. We use this reference work often.
 
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