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  1. Pattern Cycles – Alan Farley discusses how one can master short-term trading through technical analyses, including how to identify bottoms, breakouts, trends, highs, tops, reversals, and declines. Illustrative use of charts. 16 pages
  1. A Practical Guide To Swing Trading – Larry Swing (no kidding, that's his name!) offers a solid introduction to swing trading, covering everything from trends and pattern recognition, to entry and exit strategies. Detailed table of contents. 74 pages
  1. Secrets of Millionaire Traders – Collected through interviews with millionaire traders, this ebook lays out a series of 25 trading rules, 1–2 per page.  Everything from the general: "Know yourself" (#2) to the specific: "Trade the opening range breakout" (#15). Handy PDF bookmarks. 27 pages
  1. A Six-Part Study Guide to Market Profile – An extensive and in-depth look at the concepts behind CBOT's Market Profile. Once learned, traders should have no trouble developing their own strategies using this tool. Table(s) of Contents, Index, Glossary of MP terminology. 346 pages
  1. Swing Trading Using Candlestick Charting – John L. Person discusses the price forecasting method of pivot point analysis through the use of charts. Major candlestick patterns, such as the Doji and the Harami, are explained and illustrated as well. 16 pages
  1. Technical Analysis from A to Z – Steven B. Achelis divides his ebook into two. The first half introduces the novice to technical analysis, while the second concisely explains various technical tools, alphabetized from ABI to Zig Zag, in a reference format. Graphs, quantitative examples. 231 pages
  1. The Trader Business Plan – Christopher Terry offers a broad outline for designing a business plan for a successful career in trading. He emphasizes personal growth, as well as the need to have a mission statement, trading goals, and good record keeping skills. 4 pages
  1. Trading In Mind – Geared toward the day trader, its overall message that "success lies within each of us, and that we are each completely responsible for our own results in the market" is equally applicable to any type of trader. Hyperlinked table of contents. 17 pages
  1. Trend Determination – John Hayden describes his method for determining a trend using the Relative Strength Index (RSI). Indepth chart analysis with detailed illustrations. 11 pages
  1. The Truth About Fibonacci Trading – Bill Poulos takes a detailed look at how traders can identify price retracement and extension levels using the discoveries of the 13th century Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci. Illustrations. 22 pages

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