IMHO – Some of the best books of negotiations and investments of all time are presented.
Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefevre.
was first published in 1923, this book has stood the test of time. This book combines a strong business consulting and many other books. well written, and an easy and entertaining read the book offers many perspectives. Written in a new format, the book that actually allows from the successes and failures of the characters learn. A must for all traders to read.
Investors quotient by Jake Bernstein
The most comprehensive book on market psychology, I read. This book should be read in the markets for all participants. Even for those who are in the market is not active, explored the book of our common nature and is a fantastic journey into the psychological – why we do some of the things we do.
Beyond greed and fear Hersh Shefrin
Also in the psychology of investing, this book is based on a lot of studies and makes some big mistakes that are common in trade. Some myths that are often accepted as truth also exposed. It is how decisions are actually and how bias and overconfidence can easily creep into our analysis, “target” if we are not careful. This also applies to markets, as it is in everyday life. A very interesting reading.
Technical analysis for professional negotiations Constance Brown
Certainly for a well educated (hence the name of the book) public, this book offers many views on some indicators and commonly used methods that can be used in many different ways for excellent results. If you start investing, you do not start reading the book first. But if you learn the market and want to make more of an edge, this book is a must.
Negotiating live by Dr. Alexander Elder
It covers many issues of trade and investment, this is an excellent book for experienced traders and beginners. With many memories and problems to better understand how markets really work – and above all, how exploits – almost anyone can do well by reading (or rereading) of this book.
Of course, this is far from a complete list of all books published in major financial markets. But after reading these books, it is very likely that you have a better understanding of what it takes to succeed in the markets, and how to get there.