Top Books On Technical Analysis

Top Technical Analysis Books

Despite current search and rating options, finding a good book is more difficult than ever, and it can take a long time. Finding the correct books is one of the most critical aspects in learning to read.

To make things easier for you, we did some digging and based on our own experience, compiled the top list of books for each category.

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How to Make Money in Stocks

William O'Neil discusses his strategy for profiting from the stock market by locating growth stocks. It begins with a hundred pages of charts demonstrating various patterns that can be used to predict price movements.

The book explains exactly what the most successful stocks have done to achieve success and when to buy that stock before it skyrockets.

The book is a good read and makes a lot of logical sense, focusing on companies with healthy earnings growth that are leaders in their industries and are owned by top mutual funds, among other things.

Getting Started in Technical Analysis

One of the best books to use as a starting point for your trading education. It explains a lot of concepts using charts and examples in an easy-to-understand manner.

Unlike other books, this one also points out some of the indicators' potential hazards and what can go wrong. Follow up with Chart Patterns by Thomas N. Bulkowski and Candlestick Charting by Steve Nison.

Technical Analysis Explained

Beginners and tech enthusiasts would benefit greatly from this book. It covers a wide range of topics related to TA. Psychology and money management, for example, are prohibited.

It does not imply that producing money will begin as a result of reading it. Making money is a matter of having a good idea. The emphasis in this work is on trend, strength, and reversal. And this is all in great detail.

Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets

This book is more focused on the Dow Theory than other, newer methods, but it is still extremely good and would be perfect if combined with an Elliott Wave book!

Covers the fundamentals of technical analysis in easy-to-understand language with outstanding charts and examples.

Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques

The author has done an excellent job of explaining all candlestick patterns, and the addition of western analysis tools to candle stick pattern interpretation is the cherry on top.

The text is more practical than theoretical. Even a novice would be able to understand the strategies because to the clear wording.

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