(29 pages, $14.95 paperback, 2010, ISBN 978-1463565558) by Seth C. Warner, self-published by CreateSpace, one of the Amazon Group.
This book is the history of how the author came to believe what drives the stock market, and how, with that realization, he developed his indicators. It discusses the evolution and success of his indicators, complete with graphs that give pictorial credence to the written words. The last several pages of the book are data and comparison charts that show what is possible.
Additional information: www.SpyMaster2.com
(444 pages, $49.95 paperback, 2011, ISBN 978-1742468709) by Daryl Guppy, published by John Wiley & Sons.
This work contains detailed analysis of many topics, including making effective trades based on news events, how to establish and improve trade entry, exit, and stop-loss points in volatile markets, effective trading of international markets, and safely integrating derivatives to boost portfolio returns. This book contains 23 chapters from the author’s previous works and 10 entirely new chapters. (The author has been a contributor for Stocks & Commodities.) The new chapters detail new trading methods and instruments that have been developed to create additional opportunities and ensure survival in interconnected markets. This compendium is critical reading for traders looking to maximize their returns.
Additional information: www.wiley.com
(242 pages, $34.99 hardcover, 2011, ISBN 978-0-13-269906-8) by Ed Carlson, published by FT Press, an imprint of Pearson.
From 1950 through the 1970s, George Lindsay created some of technical analysis’ most fertile and profitable innovations. For this, Lindsay was honored with the Market Technician’s Award in 1991. This book retrieves Lindsay’s powerful methods from old newsletters for posterity — and for modern investors savvy enough to recognize their value. Lindsay’s techniques can be used without deciphering his dense writing style. For long- or short-term investors and money managers, this book will be an indispensable addition to your technical analysis library — and your trading arsenal.
Additional information: www.ftpress.com
(156 pages, $20 hardcover, 2011, ISBN 978-0-385-52507-7) by Joel Greenblatt, published by Crown Business, an imprint of Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House.
Investors have many options when it comes to investing in the markets. They can invest on their own, give their money to professionals to invest, invest in traditional index funds, or try something else. In this book the author reveals the Big Secret for investors. Based on new research, anyone can beat the market, the index funds, and other experts by following this new approach that relies on the principles of value investing, common sense, and quantitative discipline. You will learn where value comes from, how the markets work, and what really happens on Wall Street. Investors will find their way to new investment choices.
Additional information: www.CrownBusiness.com
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- Written by Jared A. Levy, foreword by Mark Douglas
(404 pages, $60 hardcover, 2011, ISBN 978-0-470-60362-8) by Jared A. Levy, foreword by Mark Douglas, published by John Wiley & Sons.
Options offer investors a relatively safe, inexpensive way to invest and hedge risk. Despite the jargon, option trading is simpler than most people think — once you’ve mastered the basics, and hence this guide to understanding and succeeding in the option market. You will be introduced to the market mechanics, the players, the pricing, and the essentials of trading psychology. Plain-English explanations shorten the learning curve associated with option trading. Step-by-step presentations make trading techniques easy to digest. This book provides a framework for developing an approach to option trading tailored to your goals and personality. You will learn what kind of trader you are in terms of risk, analytical versus intuitive thinking style, goals, and other key factors. Then you will be helped to design an approach suited to your profile.
Additional information: www.wiley.com