Recommended Books On Technical Analysis

Alchemist

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#22
Please tell which one book to start with for basics for share market along with Buffet's books?
You will have to decide which approach you want to follow - technical analysis or fundamental analysis.

You have posted in the "Technical Analysis" forum, but have mentioned Buffet.

As far as technical analysis is concerned, I think best choice for beginners is:

Technical Analysis of Stock Trends by Robert D. Edwards , John Magee.
 
#23
Please tell which one book to start with for basics for share market along with Buffet's books?
Buffett has never written any books as far as I know. He has written articles however - one of my favourites is "The Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville"

Another thing is that Buffet didn't believe in technical analysis - he said something to this effect - "I realized that technical analysis didn't work when I turned the chart upside down and didn't get a different answer."
 
#24
Please tell which one book to start with for basics for share market along with Buffet's books?
I posted in wrong thread. Apologies. I meant in general which book to start with for understanding of markets, its terms etc. and then analysis of both fundamental and technical and book on Buffet.
 
#25
The only book I have read is "The Intelligent Investor" - it's a very old book written by "Benjamin Graham". Graham was Buffet's teacher. It's a really good book.
 

Alchemist

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#26
I posted in wrong thread. Apologies. I meant in general which book to start with for understanding of markets, its terms etc. and then analysis of both fundamental and technical and book on Buffet.
I can't think of any good introductory book on Indian stock markets.

For general understanding of the market, you can use NSE's NCFM Module.

Securities Market (Basic) Module

This module develops on the Financial Market Beginner’s Module. It discusses the issues relating to different areas of securities market in greater depth and detail than the Financial Market Beginner’s Module. In addition, the course helps understand the securities market structure, regulatory framework and the basics of corporate finance.
http://nseindia.com/content/ncfm/ncfm_modules.htm
 
#27
I've downloaded many ebooks, but it is very difficult to read them fully on the computer. I'm thinking of buying now, but I don't know which one to buy.

I trade only intraday, so will "Martin Pring on Market Momentum" by Martin J. Pring be enough? I already know the basics of supports, resistances and candlesticks and also the indicators, but I can't make any good predictions. I look only at indicators like RSI, MACD and SSTO for intraday and not at 1 or 2 minute candlesticks, so is that where I am making a mistake?
 

man4urheart

Well-known member
#28
For intra day trading best book I have read is "Come Into My Trading Room" by Alexander elder.

On lighter side, you can buy IPAD and read all your ebooks on it just like a book.
 
#29
Can you please send me the downloaded books?

I've downloaded many ebooks, but it is very difficult to read them fully on the computer. I'm thinking of buying now, but I don't know which one to buy.

I trade only intraday, so will "Martin Pring on Market Momentum" by Martin J. Pring be enough? I already know the basics of supports, resistances and candlesticks and also the indicators, but I can't make any good predictions. I look only at indicators like RSI, MACD and SSTO for intraday and not at 1 or 2 minute candlesticks, so is that where I am making a mistake?
 
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