References

 Providing some good references for better understanding about the market, which will be helpful to improve your knowledge.
TOPICSBOOKS
TOPICSBOOKS
Bollinger Bands1) Bollinger on Bollinger bands, by John Bollinger.
2) Simple Bollinger Band Trading Strategies for Consistent Profits, by Michael Young.
Candle Stick Patterns1) Japanese candlestick charting techniques, by Steve Nison.
2) High Profit Candlestick Patterns: Turning Investor Sentiment Into Profits, by Stephen Bigalow.
Commodity Trading1) How to Make Money with Commodities, by Andrew T. Hecht.
2) Come Into My Trading Room - A Complete Guide to Trading , by Dr Alexander Elder.
3) Trading By The Book, by Joe Ross.
Elliot Theory1) Magic And Logic Of Elliott Waves, by Hemant Kale and Shrirang Joshi.
2) Visual Guide to Elliott Wave Trading, by Jeffrey Kennedy and Wayne Gorman.
Fibonacci Retracements1) Fibonacci Retracements: How to Predict Market Movements, Limit Your Losses and Maximize Your Profits Using Fibonacci Retracements, by Christopher Daniels.
2) Trend Lines and Fibonacci Charts: How to Read and Manage Potential Profit, by Rich Finegan.
FOREX Trading1) Currency Trading for Dummies, by Brian Dolan.
2) Day Trading the Currency Market, by Kathy Lien.
3) Currency Forecasting, by Merrill Lynch analyst Michael Rosenberg.
Fundamental Analysis1) Fundamental Analysis for Dummies, by Matt Krantz.
Gann Theory1) The Trading Methodologies of W.D. Gann: A Guide to Building Your Technical Analysis Toolbox, by Hima Reddy.
2) Truth of the Stock Tape and Wall Street Stock Selector, by William Delbert Gann.
Motivational Books1) Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill.
2) The Power of Positive Thinking, by Norman Vincent Peale.
3) The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey.
4) Awaken the Giant Within, by Awaken the Giant Within.
Day Trading the Currency MarketHow to Win Friends & Influence People,
by Dale Carnegie.
5) As a Man Thinketh, by James Allen.
The Greatest Salesman in the World,
by Og Mandino.
6) Don't Sweat the Small Stuff, by Richard Carlson.
Moving Average1) The Magic of Moving Averages, by Scot Lowry.
2) Moving Averages Simplified, by Clif Droke.
Some good books to follow and understand about fundamental as well as technical analysis and good knowledge about business. Which will help to solve your different kind of problems.
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