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As a trading coach & mentor, I often get asked about where to go and find resources. Anything from books to specific strategies. So I thought it would be interesting to not only share with the community some books I have liked over the years. But to ask for your favorite books, any suggestions - any thoughts on the books listed?

Even if they're slightly outside of the conventional trading manual concepts - there are some great Wall Street stories, banking or business esq books.

Be great to get some conversations going!

Here's the second wave.

The next wave - moving away from trading manuals per se;

Another list;

And lastly some books worth mentioning but were just off the top 20 spot.

So what are your best books? why? what do you make of some of the books mentioned?

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Comment: Had a request for the authors of some of the books. Sorry, didn't think of that.

So here's batch 1;

1.Mark Douglas
2.Max Gunther
3.RubΓ©n Villahermosa
4.Benjamin Graham
5.Myles Wilson Walker
Comment: 2nd image;

6. RN Elliott
7.H. M. Gartley
8.Mark Douglas
9.Adam Smith
10.Pierluigi Paganini
Comment: 3rd wave;

11.Henry Hazlitt
12.James Hughes
13.Nassim Taleb
14.Michael Lewis
15.Bryan Burrough
Comment: last 5;

16.Jordan Belfort
17.Kevin Roose
18.Bob Burg
19.Nassim Taleb
20.Peter Elkind

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