Best Books to Learn Technical Analysis

If you want to learn technical analysis but don’t know how to learn or don’t know the best reading materials then don’t worry I will help you. Below are the some of the best reading material to learn technical analysis, you can start learning with these books.

Technical Analysis of the financial Markets by John J Murphy: If you are a beginner and want learn basics technical analysis then I would suggest you to go with this book. This is my all time favorite technical analysis book, Murphy explained each and every concept very well and it is easy to understand. Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets is an outstanding reference which provides a deep insight into the various concepts of technical analysis and its applications in the stock markets. The book covers the latest developments in computer technology, technical tools and indicators, candlestick charting, inter-market relationships, and stocks and stocks rotation. Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets provides hands on information about everything, starting from how to read charts to understanding indicators and the important role of technical analysis in investing. The book is packed with suitable examples and tables and is essential for anyone interested in tracking and analyzing market behavior.
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Technical Analysis of Stock Trends by John Magee, Bassetti, Robert Edwards: Learning technical analysis is not complete without reading this book. This book is the updated and revised edition of the classic reference used by 1 million plus traders and investors worldwide. Long considered the definitive foundational work on technical analysis, this milestone, expanded 9th edition of the bible of technical analysis offers both proven, time-tested trading and investing techniques and updated contemporary know-how for success in different market conditions: How to improve your trading and investment performance by analyzing stock trends. How to apply the three basic principles of charting, and how to interpret common patterns. When to buy; how to use stops. How to avoid significant losses by using charts to figure out when and how far prices will fall. What to do during speculative frenzies. Contemporary updates to Dow Theory. Practical portfolio theory and practice. 500+ real-life chart examples each an analysis and trading lesson in itself.
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Technical analysis by Charles D. Kirkpatrick, Julie Dahlquist: This book is truly a complete resource for financial market technician. This book systematically explains the theory of technical analysis, presenting academic evidence both for and against it. Using hundreds of fully updated illustrations, the authors explain the analysis of both markets and individual issues, and present complete investment systems and portfolio management plans. They present authoritative, up-to-date coverage of tested sentiment, momentum indicators, seasonal affects, flow of funds, testing systems, risk mitigation strategies, and many other topics. This edition thoroughly covers the latest advances in pattern recognition, market analysis, and systems management.
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Technical Analysis Explained: the successful investors guide to spotting investment trends and turning points by Martin J Pring:  Pring is renowned expert and educational pioneer in the field of technical analysis. Widely recognized in the investment industry as the most authoritative guide on the subject, it gives you everything you need to forecast accurately how investors will respond to future events based on how they have statistically responded in the past. Currently 5th edition of this book is available in the market.
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Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques by Steve Nison: Above mentioned books are related to whole concept technical but this book explains the abcd of candlestick charting techniques.

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Candlesticks Charts by Clive Lambert: More and more contemporary traders and investors the world over use candlestick charts in preference to the traditional bar charts. That's because candlesticks are a fantastic way of figuring out both market direction and changes in price trends. This is another good book on candlestick charting which mainly concentrate on important and frequently appeared chart patterns.

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Martin Pring on Market Momentum by Martin J Pring: This is another good book by Pring which only concentrates on momentum indicators and oscillators The book begins with a primer on the basic principles that apply to all momentum indicators. Overbought and oversold conditions, how to interpret them and where to draw the lines are covered in detail. Divergences, both elementary and complex, advance breakdowns and breakouts all get attention. Combining momentum with trendlines, moving averages, price patterns and peak and trough analysis complete the book's comprehensive survey of essentials.
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The Definitive Guide to Point and Figure by Du Plessis Jeremy: Point and Figure charts are one of the great secrets of the Technical Analysis world. Highly sophisticated and with a thoroughbred pedigree, they can, however, be overlooked by traders today. This book provides an introduction of brand new techniques, demystifies the world of Point and Figure charting.

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Elliott Wave Principle: Key to Market Behavior by A.J. Frost, Robert R. Prechter: Elliott wave theory is the one of the great and good theory given by R.N Elliott to the world of technical analysis. The book explains each and every masterwork of R. N. Elliott very well. This is best book available on Elliott Wave theory and highly recommended to learn Elliott Wave theory.

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Investment Psychology Explained by Martin J Pring: In this book pring explained how to Overcome emotional and psychological impediments that distort decision making, Map out an independent investment plan-and stick to it, Know when to buck herd opinion-and "go contrarian",  Dispense with the myths and delusions that drag down other investors, Resist the fads and so-called experts whose siren call to success can lead to disaster, Exploit fast-breaking news events that rock the market, Deal skillfully with brokers and money managers, and Learn and understand the rules that separate the truly great investors and traders from the rest
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These are the all some world’s best books available to learn technical analysis. I am not saying these books are enough, these books helps you to build strong foundation of technical analysis.
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