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Trading the Jam way

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Juno Beach
 
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Books I Reference

Before we start getting into the basics of Trade Entry, I would like to list some of my references that I use.

1. Trade Chart Patterns like the Pros - Suri Duddella
This will be the best investment as a quick reference book for anybody trading chart patterns and will save you a lot
of time and money buying other books. While I do not trade the way these are outlined in the book, I do use this
book as a reference quite often, in fact it is falling apart and pages falling out I have used it so much, I need to buy a
new copy

2. Pring on Price Patterns - Martin Pring
When I started my trading career, Pring was the first author that I studied. In fact I bought
most of his courses and material at the time and do not regret any of it.

3. Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns - Thomas Bulkowski
Good reference

While I have many good books in my library, these are specifically for chart patterns and highly recommended. If you can only pick up one of these, I would recommend Suri's book first.

JAM


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