Want To Become A Better Trader? Get These Books, NOW! Here’s Why…

by Mark Williams on December 13, 2008

Great traders are MADE, not born!

And if you want to be one, you have to learn to how think like one.

I can hear the whining coming from you right now, about not having any time for reading, this, or you don’t read, or you hate it, but you know what?

Who cares! If you can’t think like the pros — you know, get into their mindset¬† — then you should just give up now, shut down your computer, turn off the lights, and cry like the little victim that you want to be!

Plus, many of these books are available in AUDIO format. As a matter of fact, if you can get an audiobook, that is even better.

Listening is a passive activity. With the audiobooks, you can learn in your car on your way to work, while taking a jog, walking the dog — you get the idea…

Still here? Good, here’s the list:

1. Market Wizards by Jack Schwager. This book is slightly old, but the information contained inside is remarkable. Jack Schwager interviewed many great traders in this book during the late 80s and got insight into their trading styles, ambitions, and trading strengths. From PROFITING from the 1987 crash to making 15,000% profits on trades, the knowledges nuggets tossed around in this book are…are…JUST GET THE DAMN THING ALREADY!

2. How to Make Money In Stocks by Williams J. O’Neil. This book is a great primer on how to read and interpret the fundamentals of stocks.

3. Hot Commodities: How Anyone Can Invest Profitably in the World’s Best Market by Jim Rogers

4. Bollinger on Bollinger Bands by John Bollinger. Everything you need to know about my (and soon to be yours) favorite indicator, the Bollinger Band.

5. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.

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