Top 5 Best Intraday Trading Books

Best Intraday Trading Books

  1. Electronic Day Traders’ Secrets

This book features exclusive and entertaining interviews with several experienced day traders who talk about how they started trading and who share tips and strategies for becoming a successful electronic day trader.

2. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

This timeless, classic investment book was first published in 1923 and is a slightly fictionalized account of the life of the legendary trader Jesse Livermore – a man highly regarded as one of the shrewdest traders and speculators of all time. Despite the fact that it was written quite some time ago, it continues to offer valuable insights into the art of trading and speculation.

3.Extraordinary Popular Delusions & the Madness of Crowds

Originally published in 1841, this is study of crowd behavior and human madness and folly. Although not directly related to day trading, this book is an excellent source for understanding human and crowd psychology in the world of finance generally.

4. The New Market Wizards

In this book, the author interviews and explores the thinking, tactics and strategies of some of the world’s most successful traders. In so doing, the author gives you an excellent perspective into the minds and attitudes of some very successful traders and how they achieved their success. The book is also very entertaining and written in a non-technical style.

5. Stock Patterns for Day Trading

This book deals with a number of basic trading strategies including a scalping method designed to capture rapid small profits, intraday trend or momentum trading to benefit from large price movements and a swing trading method for trading over a two to five day time horizon.

6. Technical Analysis of Stock Trends

This book is widely regarded to be the leading reference book in the area of technical analysis of stocks. Now in its 8th edition, the book is a must for anyone who trades based on charting and other market directional indicators. The book describes such matters as the Dow Theory, support and resistance, trendlines and other stock chart patterns and technical analysis tools.

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