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Hi Everyone. Having put my soul into day-trading for the last 12-15 months I have come to the incredibly tough realisation that it really isn't for me! Having invested in a BBT Lifetime Membership (when they were alive!), a new (refurbed) trading computer, 7 months in Sim, all of the BBT Education material and many trading books, it's been quite an expensive year or so, not to mention the few grand I've traded away over the last 6 months. But, as I've always said, money can be replaced! Sadly for me, that won't be through trading and I closed my broker account this morning. Onwards and upwards and the next iron is already in the fire . So, if anybody (especially a new trader) wants the following collection of books then feel free to message me. I'd like $70 ( £50) for the lot and will only sell as a job lot so please don't ask for individual books. Please be aware I'm UK based so postage across the Atlantic will be something like $50, so really I'm looking to sell these to a British or European member. How to Day Trade for a Living, By Andrew Aziz Ph.D Advanced Techniques in Day Trading, By Andrew Aziz Ph.D Mastering Trading Psychology, By Andrew Aziz Ph.D Stock Trading & Investing Using Volume Price Analysis, by Anna Coulling A Complete Guide to Volume Price Analysis, by Anna Coulling Secrets of a Pivot Boss, By Franklin O.Ochoa Make me an offer Thanks and good luck everyone!
Hi Would anyone be able to recommend books to read to better understand technical indicators? For example a book that will tell you 'when the 20 EMA is below the 50 EMA think about going short' or 'when the 20 EMA is above the 50 EMA think about going long'. Any books I've read so far have only touched on the subject, none have gone into much detail so any recommendations would be great! Darragh
Ray Dalio describes how having principles help him avoid mistakes as well as balancing work and life. He manages Bridgewater, a $150 Billion dollar fund. The TDLR would be to watch Ray's summary videos. Here is the playlist (about 30 mins in total):