Free Trading eBooks
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Here are some eBooks we have collected over the years. They can further assist you in developing and implementing your trading system. All the downloadable eBooks on this site are posted across four different pages.
Additional eBooks are posted to these pages occasionally, so check back later.
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- 1-2-3 Trading Signal – Mark Crisp tells you how to identify this set-up pattern on any chart or time frame, along with his entry "trick" and advice on proper exits from trades. Many illustrative bar charts. 24 pages
- 17 Money Making Candlestick Formations – Classic candlestick formations like the Hammer, Hanging Man, and Doji Star patterns are concisely explained by Steve Nison. Color illustrations. 19 pages
- 25 Rules of Trading Discipline – These rules are often listed on websites without explanation. But in his original article author Douglas E. Zalesky expounds on each of them, from his recommendation to always lower your trade size when things go poorly (#3), to the sober reminder that the market itself is what weilds the ultimate scale of justice (#25). 6 pages
- 3 Swing Trading Examples – Alan Farley makes ample use of charts to illustrate the mechanics of the swing trade. At the end he provides a glossary of swing trading terms with over 100 entries. 16 pages
- 7 Habits of a Highly Successful Trader – Mark Crisp focuses on the psychological aspects of trading, discussing everything from the benefits of positive self-belief to the dangers of uncontrolled emotions. Table of contents. 31 pages
- Charting Made Easy – John J. Murphy educates the novice and experienced trader alike regarding the fundamentals of chart analysis. Chapters include The Interpretation of Volume, Moving Averages, and Price Gaps. A professionally designed and illustrated ebook with a detailed table of contents. 82 pages
- The Day Trader's Bible – Richard D. Wyckoff's classic book from 1919. It covers the opportunities afforded by dull markets, the use of charts, and the differences between daily and long-term trading. Far from being outdated, his insights are still pertinent today. Table of contents. 119 pages
- The E-Book of Technical Market Indicators 2.0 – Professionally designed illustrations on most pages help you in selecting the best combination of trend, breadth, and contrarian indicators and oscillators for the type of trader you are. Table of contents. 76 pages
- Elliott Wave Theory – This ebook provides an introduction to this type of technical analysis, from its origins with Ralph Nelson Elliott in the 1930s, to how impulse and corrective waves and triangles can be profitably applied. Illustrative material, table of contents. 15 pages
- How I Made $2,000,000 in the Stock Market – Nicholas Darvas' classic book from 1960 is a personal account of a non-professional trader who became wealthy through investment methods he himself developed. Appendices with various charts and figures. Table of contents. 127 pages
Use these ebooks to help build your own complete trading system.