Trading for a Living
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Trading for a Living
by Dr. Alexander Elder
Tired of losing money in the stock market? Do you want to know how much of your portfolio to risk on a single stock? Have you ever let emotion control your trading habits? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this book is for you. Dr. Elder discusses the psychology of trading, common mistakes that cause people to lose money, and strategies to build and manage a successful portfolio. Probably the most important book I ever read once I started trading stocks.
Study Guide for Trading for a Living
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Study Guide for Trading for a Living
by Dr. Alexander Elder
This is a workbook that accompanies the Trading for a Living book. It contains ten sections that quiz you on psychology, chart analysis, technical analysis, market indicators, psychological indicators, trading systems, and risk management. Answers are provided at the end of each section along with clear, concise descriptions of the answer. This is an excellent accompaniment to the book Trading for a Living.
McMillan on Options
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McMillan on Options
by Lawrence G. McMillan
Widely considered to be the best book on options trading available, this book is a must-read for novices and professionals alike. A veteran options trader, Lawrence McMillan’s options strategy goes beyond educating his audience by including practical options trading approaches and techniques.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad
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Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money - That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!
By Robert T. Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter (Contributor)
This book is not for the experienced investor, but it can give beginners an introduction to the necessity of investing for their future. A helpful read for those who are just starting out, realizing that they cannot count solely on their employers or the government to take care of them in retirement. You won’t get a detailed ‘how-to’ map to financial freedom from this book, but it may change the way you think about your job, your finances, investing, and what your kids need to know about money.
The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing
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The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing
by Jason Kelly
This is the ultimate beginner book for people that are interested in investing in stocks. Jason Kelly has a lively, entertaining writing style, and shows you why stocks are good investments, how the stock market works, how to read financial pages, how to choose a broker, how to setup a brokerage account, how to create a portfolio, and much more. If you can only buy one book to learn about investing in the stock market, this is the book to buy.
The Neatest Little Guide to Mutual Fund Investing
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The Neatest Little Guide to Mutual Fund Investing
by Jason Kelly
Similar to his other award-winning book, The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing, Jason Kelly educates and entertains you on investing in mutual funds. Topics include different types of mutual funds, deciding on a risk level, determining the best funds, how and where to buy mutual funds at the lowest price, how to spot hidden charges, and how to make mutual funds work for your retirement. If you had to sum up this book in one word, it would be “awesome”.
The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy
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The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy
By Thomas J Stanley, PhD and William D. Danko, PhD
After interviewing hundreds of rich Americans (“rich” meaning with a net worth of $1 million or more), Drs Stanly and Danko came up with some interesting findings. These people are often not the ones living it up with expensive cars, clothes, fancy homes and extended vacations to exclusive resorts. They are not always the folks who inherited a lot of money and started off ahead of the game. They are people with a particular combination of character traits and attitudes that can lead to financial stability. Some of these are hard work, diligent saving, living below your means, and knowing the value of a dollar. Find out what it takes to live like a millionaire-it’s not necessarily an Armani suit.
The Wealthy Barber
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The Wealthy Barber, 3rd Edition
By David Chilton
This is an updated and expanded edition of a hugely popular personal finance book. David Chilton gives the fundamentals of sound financial planning wrapped in the engaging and humorous story of his fictional barber. Learn to pay yourself first, save regularly, and over time, build wealth. Using clear, plain English, and humor, Chilton created a financial planning book for all of us who hate reading financial planning books. If you’re just starting out, or feeling overwhelmed by a lot of technical financial advice, this is a great place to begin, or get back to the basics.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People:  Powerful Lessons in Personal Change
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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change
By Stephen R. Covey
This is not strictly a financial planning book, but it addresses larger issues of personal and professional growth and success. Millions of people have purchased copies this book and found it helpful in managing problems in many areas of their lives. It is designed to be a book that requires study, and is not a quick fix. Some of the ideas can be intricate, but Covey is good at using analogies and anecdotes from everyday life to clarify his meaning. If you are struggling, or just want to improve your life, either personally or professionally, it is well worth the read.
Who Moved My Cheese?  An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life
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Who Moved My Cheese? An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life
By Spencer Johnson and Kenneth H. Blanchard
Much of sound financial planning is about managing risk and dealing with change. For that matter, so is much of life in general. Critics say this book is too simplistic, but many have found the allegory of mice and men in a maze, and their relationship to the “cheese” an amusing and insightful reminder of how to masterfully handle change - be it in the workplace or otherwise.
9 Steps To Financial Freedom:  Practical and Spiritual Steps So You Can Stop Worrying
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9 Steps To Financial Freedom: Practical and Spiritual Steps So You Can Stop Worrying
By Suze Orman
If you’re looking for practical advice on the basics of managing money, this book is a great resource. If you’re interested in the psychological and even spiritual issues each of us carry around about money, and how to overcome them, this is still a worthwhile read. Most appropriate for young people just starting out, or for folks who are new to the demands of managing their finances.





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