How to Begin: What Books on Trading Can I Read?

Posted on Jun 16 2015 - 12:45pm by Sharpe Trade

We began our How to Begin series with this article.

The “How to Begin” playlist on YouTube can be found at this link.

We continue on from our last post on this topic that you can find here.

Investors and traders are usually intelligent folks.

Intelligent folks generally like to read.

So what books on investing and trading have we enjoyed?  (We have a video entry below, regarding these books).

The Intelligent Investor – By Benjamin Graham:  Again, I try to re-read this book, once a year.  With time, I find how true the lessons contained therein are, for longer term valuation investing.

Trading for a Living – By Dr. Alexander Elder:  Modern realities on trading with an emphasis on Psychology, Discipline, Tactics and Money Management.

The Market Wizards – By Jack D. Schwager:  Interviews with top traders, their insights and thoughts into ‘making it’ in this business.

Long Term Secrets to Short-Term Trading – By Larry Williams:  Chaos, Speculation position sizing and trading in a meltdown.

What are our thoughts on such books?   We’d like to discuss that topic in the following “How to Begin” video …

(After the following video, we continue the series of ‘How to Begin’ in this next entry .…)

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