Written by:

Grady Klein, Alan Dabney

Publisher:

Hill and Wang

The Cartoon Introduction to Statistics

Statistical data are important for a trader. It is necessary to consider a lot of indices and can use them. However, statistics, as a science, is difficult to understand, especially for...
Written by:

Devora Zack

Publisher:

Berrett-Koehler Publishers, INC

Singletasking: Get More Done-One Thing at a Time

To do multiple tasks simultaneously is a dead-end, says the book “Singletasking: Get More Done-One Thing at a Time”. It suggests you should stop wasting your energy on...
Written by:

Jordan Ellenberg

Publisher:

Penguin Group (USA) LLC

How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking

How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking is a book available to the mass consumer. American scientist and science popularizer, Jordan Ellenberg, presents mathematics not...
Written by:

Lewis J. Borsellino.

Publisher:

John Willey & Sons

Year:

-1


The Day Trader: From the Pit to the PC

Borsellino suggests recommendations for intraday trading which he considers to be the most suitable timeframe for novices. The description of a recommended strategy is followed by examp...
Written by:

Thomas R. DeMark

Publisher:

John Willey & Sons, Inc

“The New Science of Technical Analysis”

Having studied the most popular technical approaches, Thomas DeMark worked out a range of effective tools, verified by his personal years long practice, and described them in as accessi...
Written by:

Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Publisher:

Penguin

The black swan: the impact of the Highly improbable

The main idea of “The black swan: the impact of the Highly improbable" is that one should stop to hope for a "steady income in the exchange" similar to wage labour....
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