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What are the best books to learn the stock market and swing trading?

Concern by KarinMyanmar: What are the very best guides to understand the stock industry and swing trading?
I am seeking for the Finest Textbooks to instruct me about the Stock Market and Swing Trading. I know nothing at all about the stock market and investing but have usually had an interest in it. Be sure to permit me know some very good guides out there that will aid me get on my way. Many thanks for any aid.

Very best response:

Response by Alberto Auné
I suggest one more option.

In the Stock Exchanges there are packages and courses totally free ot at low price.

Inquire at the closest Stock Trade.

Alberto Auné

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4 Responses to What are the best books to learn the stock market and swing trading?

  1. cb123mail says:

    Books don’t really help that much. Experience is the most important and it has to be real money.
    You don’t get the excitement or afraid when you lose paper money.
    Swing trading? Do you mean daytrading?
    There are plenty of information and educational material online from major trading companies like TD Ameritrade, E*Trade, and and other major websites also have plenty of learning materials.

    You can even leave me a specific question and I’ll try to answer it ASAP.

  2. frank says:

    Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets: A Comprehensive Guide to Trading Methods and Applications

    John J. Murphy

  3. StockMarket-Coach says:

    My favorites are:

    How To Make Money In Stocks: William J. O’neil

    Market Wizards: Jack Schwager

    Trading For A Living: Dr. Alexander Elder

  4. Shellie Mabon says:

    Books are good to understand about stock market but its good take up-to-date and live information about the market. Business channels and stock sites are good way to understand closely the market strategies. They can help you to understand market.

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