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John Bollinger's Short List of Investing Books:

This list is not meant to be comprehensive; rather it is a list of "interesting" books, books that will reward you for having spent some time with them. Many "classic" and "important" books are missing from this list; while they may be worthwhile, they did not fit our purpose. Where I list an edition other than the current edition, I have done so deliberately as it is often the case that earlier editions are simply better. Some of these books are hard to find, so be sure to check your library or the library of the Market Technicians Association, which is now housed at Baruch College in NYC. Where the book is available at Amazon, we have included a link for your convenience. www.abe.com and www.alibris.com are two important online sources for hard to find books.

John Bollinger, CFA, CMT September 2009
Bollinger On Bollinger Bands, John Bollinger, McGraw Hill, 2001
A complete explanation on how to use Bollinger Bands by their creator.
New Methods for Profit in the Stock Market, Garfield A. Drew, Fraser Publishing, 1955
A survey of the technical scene from the '50s. Packed with great ideas, many of which are still germane.
Technical Analysis of Stock Market Trends, Robert D. Edwards and John Magee, John Magee Inc, fifth edition, 1966
This is the classic upon which many cut their teeth. The fifth edition is the most important, reprinted many times.
Stock Market Logic, Norman Fosback, The Institute for Econometric Research, 1976
A great miscellany of stock-market techniques.
Granville's New Strategy of Daily Stock Market Timing for Maximum Profit, Joseph E. Granville, Prentice Hall, 1976
This is Joe Granville, the wire-house pioneer of technical analysis, at his best.
The Profit Magic of Stock Transaction Timing, J. M. Hurst, Prentice Hall, 1970
Reprinted by Trader's Press, 2000.

The first mention of trading bands/envelopes and an important book on cycles.
Trading Systems and Methods, Perry J. Kaufman, third edition, Wiley, 1998
A good starting point for studying trading systems.
Technical Analysis: The Complete Resource for Financial Market Technicians, Charles Kirkpatrick and Julie Dahlquist, FT Press, 2006
A great introduction to technical analysis.
Behavior of Prices on Wall Street, Arthur A. Merrill, Analysis Press, second edition, 1984
A classic work by one of the great minds in technical analysis. Worth reading for the methodology alone.
The Art of Contrary Thinking, Humphrey B. Neill, The Caxton Printers, fifth edition, 1992
The original book on how and when to part with the crowd.
Technical Trading Systems for Commodities and Stocks, Charles Patel, 1980
Reprinted by Trader's Press, 1998.

A superb collection of technical analysis ideas with virtually no text or testing, just the systems in spreadsheet form.
Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits, Richard D. Schabacker, FT Pitman Publishing, 1997
Originally written in the '20s and '30s, this book is the foundation for much of what we know as technical analysis today.
The Japanese Chart of Charts, Seiki Shimizu, Tokyo Futures Trading Publishing, 1986
An important work on candlesticks that also covers many other interesting Japanese charting techniques.
New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems, Welles Wilder, Trend Research, 1978
A classic work that introduced many valuable technical indicators and systems.
Winning on Wall Street, Martin Zweig, Warner Books, 1986
One of Wall Street's great analysts shows you how he does it.


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