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ANEWBIE
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Hello all the old pro's out there, needed to know if there are any recommendations out there for good learning stock books. Would be greatful for any help!
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i was advised to get Toni turner's "A Beginner's Guide to Day Trading Online", which i did and have enjoyed.

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Yep, I got me the same book this past weekend, so far it's been a huge help and already learning MANY lessons from it!

I'd recommend it.


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Check below:
http://www.allstocks.com/html/investment_books.html

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yeh i got that book just this morning, its prety cool, but she kinda imposes alot of her own strategies on you, but other than that, its prety informative
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I really like "The Market Maker's Edge" by Josh Lukeman. Picked it up on Amazon a few months ago.
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what that all about, does it give you the market makers point of view ?

i was looking to get that but got short term tradint instead, think ill get what you got soon


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There's an offer on amazon.co.uk for these two books together:
1. Beginner's Guide to Short-Term Trading: How to Maximize Your Profits in 3 Days to 3 Weeks
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2. A Beginner's Guide to Day Trading Online by Toni Turner

I've already heard good things aobut the second one but what about the first one?
Its actually not a very good deal, one could buy them seperately for the same price, but basically do you guys think I should buy the 1st one or do you think the 2nd one should suffice?

If I were to buy 2 books on trading which would be the two that you guys recommend?
1. A Beginner's Guide to Day Trading Online
2. The Market Maker's Edge?

I dont have that much time to read with school and all but I can make time for a couple of books and as I live in France the time difference works to my advantage and as I'm usually done with classes around 4-5 pm (GMT+1) latest, I am able to be watch the market all evening long starting from 11am (East Coast time)

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I'm gonna get these three for whoever maybe be interested in knowning:
1. A Beginner's Guide to Day Trading Online, by Toni Turner
2. The Stock Market for Dummies
3. The Intelligent Investor

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