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Thanks Arnie, I will add these to my Kindle 'save for later' list.

Mike

Well, I got the sedona method, I also was given some of the audio cd's as a gift from George. But the Core Transformation book is not available on Kindle yet, I sent my request for the publisher to add it. So I probably won't read that one.

There really should be an entire thread devoted solely to The Sedona Method here on the forum, don't you think? I'm not qualified to start it just yet, but some of you guys should.

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here another book from me:
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in my opinion the best trading book after a german book from voigt

Causality is the relationship between an event (the cause) and a second event (the effect), where the second event is a consequence of the first.
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I've just purchased this book:

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Trading Rules That Work: The 28 Lessons Every Trader Must Master, by Jason Alan Jankovsky

So far I like his writing style, and I needed a second "active" book so I can alternate back and forth with the other one I'm reading actively, Brett Steenbarger's: Daily Trading Coach.

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in my opinion the best trading book after a german book from voigt

I looked into this one, downloaded and read the sample content. It seems to be all about chart patterns and pullbacks, retracements, etc -- which is great, and rather obvious from the title -- but I've grown rather tired with such books telling me where to enter or exit, and am trying my hand at the psychological aspects rather than the exact trading method.

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The Turtle Traders is a must to understand the emotional side of trend trading

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I looked into this one, downloaded and read the sample content. It seems to be all about chart patterns and pullbacks, retracements, etc -- which is great, and rather obvious from the title -- but I've grown rather tired with such books telling me where to enter or exit, and am trying my hand at the psychological aspects rather than the exact trading method.

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all is in this book, mike.

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This was one of the earlier trading books I read, as with most, I think I was not ready for it and it's good to go back and read the best ones a second time. Thanks for reminding me of this one.

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Probably one of the best books I´ve read is is Carl Futias "The Art of Contrarian Trading".

Carl Futia is a blogger and life long trader/investor. I his book he describes his simple setups for beating the market. Nothing usefull in my style of trading but the thing that made it one of my best book is that I learned a lot about myself. He uses media alot in deciding if ist bull or bear. And he describes the influence of media and information and how we´re succered into following it.

Check out the reviews on the book: Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: The Art of Contrarian Trading: How to Profit from Crowd Behavior in the Financial Markets (Wiley Trading)

9 of 9 gave him 5 stars and then someone who didnt read the book gave him 1 star just because he couldnt belive that the other comments were real...

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Probably one of the best books I´ve read is is Carl Futias "The Art of Contrarian Trading".

Cool, I found this book last week and have it in my queue, it is near the top of my to-read list after I finish my current two books.

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