1. Trading Price Action Series of Al Brook:


This set is considered the bible for professional trade price action. Al Brooks' massive work is divided into 3 books corresponding to each different price environment, including Range (sideways market), Trend (trend market), and Reversal (reversal). That is not to mention the first book Al Brook wrote "Technical Analysis of Price Charts Bar by Bar for the Serious Trader".

Al Brooks claims not to be the creator of the term price action as well as the "naked trading" method of the trading chart, but almost every trader sees him as the big tree in the game by the series. famous of him.

3. Martin Price on Price Pattern:


Martin Pring calls his book "The Definitive Guide to Price Pattern Analysis and Interpretation". Martin helps you understand how to use all the necessary tools in price pattern analysis, including:
  • Support and Resistance.
  • Trend line
  • Volume analysis
  • Break out analysis
  • Chart pattern
  • Bar pattern
The division into the above topics, according to me, is very scientific and easy to understand. This guide will show you everything you need to know when starting to approach price action analysis. A very streamlined book and easy to understand concept writing.

4. Japanese Candlestick charting techniques - Steve Nilson:


After Steve Nilson introduced the Japanese candlestick system to the Western world, it became the default standard for all trading software in the world.

Japanese candlestick pattern helps traders analyze charts better than traditional bar charts, not to mention the Japanese also discovered very special candlestick patterns such as engulfing candles, shooting star candles .. have become all too familiar to today's traders.

This book is considered the foundation for you to start to approach simple chart analysis without accompanying indicators.

5. Integrated Pitchfork Analysis - Basic to Intermediate Level by Mircea Dologa:


A trendline is an important tool in price action analysis. However, the trendline is usually covered by a short chapter in most trading books. This is the first book that seriously studies the use of trendlines, especially the trendline according to Pitchfork.

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