Those of you who had read my article about a week ago on the best selling stock market books may have noticed (along with the commenters) that all the books were published years ago. So I heard your messages and your feedback and have come up with a list of the NEWEST best selling books in the areas of the stock market and investing.
Here are the latest New books relating to investing and stocks:
Investing in Private Securities For Dummies by Joel G. Block
If you've heard it once you've heard it a million times: the best way to build your investment portfolio is to diversify. But how many options are out there, really? Investing in Private Securities For Dummies introduces you to an alternative type of investment that can bring new opportunities to your portfolio. This illuminating book guides you in identifying and understanding the risks and rewards that are associated with private placements, and offers information that can help you avoid scams while taking advantage of new regulations that have made private placements a viable and lucrative option for your portfolio's expansion. This approachable yet informative reference answers the tricky questions that make investing intimidating, and arms you with the information and confidence you need to make educated decisions about private placement investment opportunities.
A private placement is the sale of securities to a small number of investors. Organizations offer private placements to select investors, and aren't beholden to the same regulatory oversight as they are with other types of investments. As such, private placement is a great opportunity if you have it—but it's one about which you want to be educated.
About Daytrading The Market: How To Day Trade The Market For Embarrassing Juicy Profits Pull Massive Piles Of Hard Cold Cash To Easy Instant Forex ... 9-5, Live Anywhere And Join The New Rich by X, Trader
This book is not your regular hog wash advice that you will find from your broker and the other magic bullets and seven step series that you see on this site. This book teaches you how to trade like the pros. Shows you how the big banks and foreign nationals and institution trade. The book opens your eyes to how to piggy back on the big institutional traders and win. Ninety Five percent of the people that trade the Forex market lose money and give up. The market is continually replaced by fresh blood like yourself. Don't become part of the statistics.
Assessing Relative Valuation in Equity Markets: Bridging Research and Practice by Emanuele Rossi and Gianfranco Forte
This book addresses the gap between the widespread use of stock market multiples in valuation practice and the frontiers of research on multiples. The book's approach is twofold: the authors first analyse the performance of multiples metrics in predicting the market price of a set of liquid and highly traded US stocks. The authors then employ these results to test profitable stock purchasing strategies employed in order to 'beat the market'. The results presented widen our understanding of the “market performances” of the valuation tools practitioners utilise in their everyday work. The evidence is of interest to researchers and equity analysts, who wish to analyse the circumstances in which valuation errors using multiples are more frequent and when market multiples become ineffective in estimating market prices.
Traders of the New Era Expanded Edition: Interviews with a Select Group of Day and Swing Traders Who are Still Beating the Markets in the Era of High Frequency Trading and Flash Crashes by Fernando Oliveira and Leandro Oliveira
In this expanded edition of the book Traders of the New Era there are 3 additional interviews (The Home Run Swing Trader, The Futures Scalper and the Futures and Options Veteran), 1 extra chapter (The Trader Tool Box: Tricks, techniques and methods to fight against HFT) as well as additional improvements and corrections. Most traders fail. This has been especially true after the rise of High Frequency Trading and electronic markets, but what are the main characteristics of the traders that do succeed? That and other answers are provided by Fernando Oliveira in this book with in-depth interviews with traders and market experts. If you are tired of outdated day and swing trading literature that is available in bookstores and are looking for something more in touch with the current market structure then this book will please you with a wealth of up to date advice, tips, strategies and techniques.
Elliot Wave Techniques Simplified: How to Use the Probability Matrix to Profit on More Trades by Bennett McDowell
Based on the principles of visionary analyst Ralph Nelson Elliott, the time-tested techniques you’ll find in this book have helped successful traders navigate the waves of the financial market since the 1930s. Now you can apply these classic but complicated methods using a modern, simplified approach that will help you identify cycles, anticipate trends, and cash in on your trades.
Developed and written by financial market expert Bennett A. McDowell―founder of TradersCoach.com® ―this easy-to-use guide shows you how to:
* Take the guesswork out of your trading strategy
* Read mass psychology signals and avoid emotional trading
* Identify market wave counts with the highest probabilities
* Combine classic and modern techniques for better results
* Anticipate and prepare for future price action in the market
* Sharpen your trading and forecasting skills for long-term success
Unlike other trading guides, this book provides a complete, systematic approach to Elliott Wave techniques based on “McDowell’s Probability Matrix,” a unique and powerful tool for verifying the signals of market trends and cycles through historic prices and patterns. You’ll find real-world case studies and step-by-step trading rules for McDowell’s favorite trade setups including the Flat Bottom Breakout and Wave 5 Breakout. You’ll be able to create your own probability matrix to identify the highest probability tradesand you’ll hear a firsthand account of McDowell’s system in action from a student of the “Trader’s Coach” himself. Best of all, you won’t need any specialized software other than the charting platform and market data feed you’re already using. If you need more guidance, the book supplies you with additional resources at no extra cost.
The New Wave of Trading: The Future of Trading Stocks, Options, and Futures by Andrew Keene
Andrew Keene is President & CEO of AlphaShark Trading, which he originally founded as KeeneOnTheMarket.com in 2011. Previously, Andrew Keene worked as a proprietary trader at the Chicago Board Options Exchange. He began his career in the prestigious Botta Capital ‘clerk-to-trade’ program, and would eventually co-found KATL Group, where he was the largest, independent on-the-floor Apple trader in the world. In his new book “The New Wave of Trading: The Future of Trading Stocks, Options and Futures,”
Andrew breaks down some of the most difficult and misunderstood trading concepts in simple and easy to understand examples. Andrew has educated thousands of traders around the world and wrote this book to help retail traders move their trading to the next level. In this book Andrew will discuss important trading concepts like: - Understanding Price action and Price Momentum - Why Greeks Do Not Matter in Options - The Psychology of Trading - Different Types of Risk - Trading with a Plan - Much More! Over a decade of professional trading experience went into the writing of this book and it is written to in a way that is easy to understand and valuable for a trader of any skill level. Beginner traders and experts will find valuable pieces of trading information along with valuable tips and tricks to help their trading plan regardless of what they trade. If you have any interest in learning how to trade better this is the book for you!
Adventure Capitalism: Globalization and the Political Economy of Stock Markets in Africa by T. Moss
Sub-Saharan Africa, the poorest and least integrated region of the world, now has fifteen stock markets. Adventure Capitalism examines the economic and political forces behind this trend and discusses the potential consequences of financial market integration for developing countries. Using a political economy approach, it finds that financial globalization presents a formidable challenge for African policymakers, but is also an opportunity with a range of benefits.
Dividend investing : a quick beginner guide by Richard Smiths
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to get started quickly on the path of dividend investing and ready to hit the ground running.
Dividend Investing is an investing approach where money is invested in stocks, bonds, mutual funds for seeking dividends that are regularly distributed to invest in the form of either cash or extra shares. Dividend Investing has over the time served investing community very well thru various up or down market cycles with lesser risk and helped investors accumulate wealth over a period of time.
There is no easier way to achieve financial independence than to make more money while spending less. This principle has held true for generations and will continue to do so for years to come. What you do with the money you save is even more pivotal. Savvy individuals choose to invest it. Understanding different avenues of investing is pivotal to ensure your success in personal finance and towards your retirement.
Mindset: The New Psychology of Trading Success: Losers Are Born And Winners Are Made (How To Grow Small Account Book 1) by Kemal Choudhury
Traders get stuck at predictable points in their journey to trading success. Despite years of training and effort, something holds them back from the success they know is possible. They want and need the fruits of trading success. They can feel the urgency of it. But, week after week (month after month), it stays out of their grasp. And they remain marginal traders. This is normal, for practically every trader gets struck here. The question is for how long.
When the trader finally recognizes that he or she is the problem in their trading and decides to do something about it (rather than keep delaying), this is when things can change. The lack of trading success is not a hidden character flaw. Rather it is rooted in the biological commandments that compel us to seek certainty and control even when confronted again and again by the lack of certainty and control over outcome in the world of trading.
Do you want to learn how to adapt your brain and mind so that it stays disciplined, focused, and poised when engaged with a world that cannot be known for sure?
Change: Investing in a Low Growth World by Rudy Filapek-Vandyck
An expose on the many macro trends that are keeping a lid on economic growth, inflation, bond yields and interest rates and how this is impacting on companies and economies worldwide. The underlying thesis is investors should no longer rely on what worked in the past, but instead they should adapt to the new environment and adjust their portfolios and strategies accordingly. Many of the themes have a global carry, but when it comes to the nitty gritty, this book is aimed at the Australian share market.
Short Selling: Finding Uncommon Short Ideas by Amit Kumar
When an investor believes a stock is overvalued and will soon drop in price, he might decide to "short" it. First, he borrows an amount of the stock, and then sells it. He waits for the stock to tank before buying back the same amount of shares at a deflated price. After returning the shares to his lender, he pockets the difference―unless any one of several hard-to-predict variables interferes, and the stock fails to drop.
Since these variables are so hard to predict, short selling is difficult for even seasoned investors. It takes great talent and experience to isolate the best short ideas for falling stocks―skills Amit Kumar developed and honed over decades of market analysis and trading. This book shares his short-selling framework, built on themes common to falling stocks and the market's endemic strengths and cycles. Featuring key case studies and exclusive interviews with successful fund managers Bill Ackman (Pershing Square Capital Management) and Mark Roberts (Off Wall Street Consulting Group), Kumar shows investors how to avoid traps and profit from well-researched short ideas. Investors may not always act on short ideas, but they can avoid losses by using Kumar's framework to identify overvalued stocks. Professionals and amateur investors alike will benefit from this fundamental research approach, which transforms short selling into a long-term strategy.