You can blunder around the Internet all
you want for information, but for focused
instruction on trading technique, the
best information can still be found in
paper pages. Here is just a sampling of
all that is available out there in the way
of books for traders and investors.
No doubt, what the Internet is good
for is browsing and searching. Using
the Internet, you can quickly locate just
about any book on trading these days through websites such
as those of book resellers Ino.com (http://store.ino.com),
Traderís Press (www.traderspressbookstore.com), and Traderís
Library (www.traderslibrary.net). In addition, the websites of
both Amazon and Barnes and Noble will suggest related books
once you home in on a subject. Those websites can also tell you
what other people with similar interests are buying.
Whatever you do, if youíre starting out, be sure to read the
writings of Robert Edwards and John Magee, Jack Schwager,
J. Welles Wilder, and Edwin LeFŤvre to start your education
down the right path. (See the handy reading list at the end of
the table for these books and other classic reading on technical
analysis.) And use the following table of information to
discover other new sources.