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Author: sonar69 Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 36693  
Subject: Books Date: 9/26/2001 11:21 PM
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I purchased A Farley's book a couple of months ago. Tried to read it, but it is over my head, per a recommend to someone else on this board, I purchased Trading For A living by Elder. Owsome..Excellent book. The angle of psychology was just what I was missing in my trading (at least I think it is what was missing). Calmness and disaplin are what I very much needed.

I am now concentrating on a few stocks...CREE ELON HDWR QQQ. I will worry about the next big thing or what leads the next bull run once I understand myself more and understand the system I am looking for. I have been doing a little better once I better understood money management.

Now for my 2 questions:

Does anyone else have any other suggestions for books to read that are more intune with the psychology of trading?

Anyone that has read Elder been to an AA meeting?

I am looking forward to reading Mr. Farley's book in due time.
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