Book List Technical Analysis

Continued education is a must for everyone who tries to compete with the markets. That's one of the reasons why Dolefin's library with books about technical analysis is still growing. To some books Stefan added a personal note that might answer some of your questions concerning the contents. These comments are definitely not intended to be representative and there is no underlying rating in the order of the books.

Technical Analysis of Stock Trends (7th Edition)
by Robert D. Edwards and John Magee
Stefan's comment: Sort of bible about technical analysis. Written by two very experienced technicians and including a lot of practical advice.

Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques
by Steve Nison
Stefan's comment: Very interesting and useful technique that could complete any analysis style.

Beyond Candlesticks
by Steve Nison
Stefan's comment: completes the first book. Equally interesting and useful.

Understanding Bollinger Bands
by Edward D. Dobson
Stefan's comment: Explains the statistical bases of the Bollinger Bands and tells you where to apply them.

Candle Power
by Gregory L. Morris

Fibonacci Applications and Strategies for Traders
by Robert Fischer

Fractales, Hasard et Finance
by Benoît Mandelbrot

Leonard of Pisa and the New Mathematics of the Middle Ages
by Joseph and Frances Gies

Zen in the Markets
by Edward Allen Toppel

The Crowd - A Study of the Popular Mind
by Gustave Le Bon
Stefan's comment: especially interesting for people who want to know more about the tulip mania and other similar historical "events".

Technical Analysis Explained (third Edition)
by Martin Pring
Stefan's comment: Includes a lot you need to know about technical analysis

Technical Analysis (Reprint from Financial Analyst's Handbook)
by Alan R. Shaw

Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds
by Charles Mackay

Elliott Wave Principle - Applied to the Forex Exchange Markets
by Robert Balan
Stefan's comment: Good book about Elliott Wave; equally interesting for beginners and advanced students.

Martin Pring on Market Momentum
by Martin J. Pring
Stefan's comment: Very useful book for the technical analyst who likes to know more about momentum and oscillators.

Mastering Elliott Wave
by Glenn Neely
Stefan's comment: The best book I know about Elliott Wave. Recommended especially to advanced students only.

The Spiral Calendar and its Effect on Financial Markets and Human Events
by Christopher Carolan
Stefan's comment: Very fascinating book about time cycles based on Fibonacci figures and the moon cycle.

The Symmetry Wave
by Michael Gur

Design, Testing, and Optimization of Trading Systems
by Robert Pardo

Trading Without Fear
by Richard W. Arms, Jr.
Stefan's comment: I liked very much the theory about Equivolume.

The Delta Phenomenon or the Hidden Order in All Markets
by Wells Wilder

R.N. Elliott's Masterworks - the Definitive Collection
by Robert R. Prechter, Jr.

Trading Rules - Strategies for Success
by William F. Eng

Fibonacci Numbers
by N.N. Vorob'ev

R.N. Elliott's Market Letters
by Robert R. Prechter

The Trading Rules That Can Make You Reach
by Edward D. Dobson

Volume And Open Interest
by Kenneth H. Shaleen
Stefan's comment: Especially useful for the futures trader.

Intermarket Technical Analysis
by John J. Murphy
Stefan's comment: Reconfirming a view on a specific market by looking to other markets. Some valuable ideas.

Powertiming - Using the Elliott Wave System to Anticipate and Time Market Turns
by Robert C. Beckman

The Disciplined Trader: Developing Winning Attitudes
by Mark Douglas
Stefan's comment: Highly recommended to every trader-investor.

The Psychology of Technical Analysis
by Tony Plummer

Understanding Fibonacci Numbers
by Edward D. Dobson

Fibonacci Ratios with Pattern Recognition
by Larry Pesavento

A Complete Guide To the Futures Markets
by Jack D. Schwager

Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets
by John J. Murphy
Stefan's comment: This book will provide you the theoretical bases for technical analysis. You will also find some very useful practical hints.

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