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Burton G. Malkiel – A Random Walk Down Wall Street – Review

A popular investing book that I received for speaking about my trading at a live event. The book was first published in 1973 but has been revised and updated several times. This one is the latest twelfth edition published in 2019. The author is an academician who supports passive index investing, and his content represents […]

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Stock price and nothing else

“One thing I have learned over time is the best thing to do is let market price action guide your decision-making and then try to understand the fundamentals as they become more evident and comprehensible.” Paul Tudor Jones (May 2020) I’m a technical trader. My decision to buy or sell a financial asset relies on […]

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Steve Burns – Moving Averages 101 – Review

This is a rather short book about moving averages used in combination with RSI and MACD. The author Steve Burns published this couple of hours read in 2015. Nevertheless, it is a good overview of key moving averages and how they work. I’ve been following Steve’s work on Twitter for a while now and he […]

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Gregory L. Morris – Market Breadth Indicators – Review

This is a book about market breadth indicators published in 2015 and is the second edition. Gregory L. Morris has done a great job putting together a kind of an encyclopedia. He has been analyzing and researching market breadth for over 20 years. Already in foreword by Tom McClellan there is a good example how […]

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Adam Grimes – The Art and Science of Technical Analysis – Review

Published in 2012 by a discretionary trader Adam Grimes, this book is all about the basics and logic about technical analysis in financial trading, why and how it works. Some say technical analysis works because everyone looks at the charts and anticipates the same way but Grimes goes back to the Dow chart of 1929 […]