Currency Book Reviews

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator was written back in 1923 by Edwin Lefevre and was a biography of Jesse Lauriston Livermore and is considered by many, as one of the top investment books of all time and any trader in our view should read it. Let's look at this classic investment book in more detail.

 Think a book on the history of mathematics and probability should be boring? – think again. This is a highly educational and entertaining read. Lets review Against the Gods the Remarkable Story of Risk by Peter Bernstein in more detail.

Trading for a living by Alexander Elder is one of the those books all new traders should read so lets review this great book in more detail.

 God in the Pits: Confessions of a Commodities Trader by Mark Ritchie, sounds an arrogant title for a book but its not. His book is one about reconciling trading with his Christian Faith but its not just about Christianity – its about life struggles and triumphs. While focusing on commodity options trading, this book is universal and one, any Forex trader should read. Let's take a look at the book in more detail.

 Trade With Passion and Purpose: Spiritual, Psychological and Philosophical Keys to Becoming a Top Trader by Mark Whistler is one of the best books I have read for a long time and any Forex trader should buy it. Let's review the book.