Stock Trader’s Almanac 2017 – Jeffrey A. Hirsch

The 50th Anniversary Edition of the best data in the business, updated for 2017
Stock Trader’s Almanac 2017 provides the cleanest historical data in the business to give traders and investors an advantage in the market. This 50th Anniversary Edition is consistent with decades of the Stock Trader’s Almanac showing you the cycles, trends, and patterns you need to know in order to invest with minimum risk and maximum profit.

Timothy Sykes – TIMRaw

This is basically Tim outlining his basic strategies from top to bottom – teaching, answering questions, reviewing trades and dissecting and explaining the markets. If you are having trouble wrapping your head around the markets then this would be a great place to start. Tim seeks to introduce to his viewers a fundamental knowledge of the markets in this DVD package. Great from a beginner to amateur trader, but also has enough useful information for a more advanced trader.

Timothy Sykes – PennyStocking Part Deux

This is without a doubt the most important DVD that is out there from Tim Sykes’ collection. It goes in-depth about the patterns and, most importantly, rules that you must adhere to when trading penny stocks especially, though those could be used for all kinds of stocks altogether. While the DVD is not that entertaining, I don’t see a point in reviewing that because the reason why you read this is because you do it to see if it’s worth it; I can guarantee you that it is with no doubt about it. With this DVD you learn about the technical analysis and complements the patterns that were in Sykes’ first PennyStocking DVD.

Simpler Stocks–The Most Profitable Stock Trading Patterns

In this course, John will share:
How to identify the most profitable stock trading patterns in today’s market and speed up your trading.
How to use chart patterns to make money right now–no matter what happens in the stock market.
The step-by-step rules for profiting from chart patterns.
The science of chart reading so you can spot major turns in the stock market.
How to identify when hedge funds create a pattern for you to buy into a bad trade.
How to use chart patterns as an early warning system.

Ricardo Naya Arboleya – Python for Trading & Investing

Learn to use Python for analyzing data and trade in Stock Markets
There are so many different trading or investing approaches as people in the market.
Many existing tools support the most common ones, but if you really want to success with an innovative practice, you have to build it on your own.
Due to its characteristics, Python is being adopted by the financial industry as its reference programming language.
But Python is not expensive as other financials tools are, in fact it is completely free. And it is not difficult to learn. So, why don’t give it a try?