Futures Trading Books
Day trading futures is a popular strategy with traders as the highly leveraged futures markets offer many quick trading opportunities. Day trading can also be one of the most difficult trading strategies to use, so you need to be well prepared before you start day trading.
There are several good books out there on day trading the commodities and futures markets. There are also many bad and misleading books that cause traders more trouble than they are worth. Below are some of the best books that I have read on day trading futures. Some of the books include a complete day trading plan, while others mainly discuss specific trading strategies.This is one of the best books you will find on day trading and it is also one of the most difficult to grasp. You might have to read it several times and thoroughly study it. You will soon realize that you can read and understand the markets much better. Al Brooks mainly focuses on trading the E-mini S&P, but this book applies to all markets and all timeframes. Joe Ross has written several excellent books on trading and this is also one of them. He covers the whole realm of day trading along with many day trading strategies. His writing style is no nonsense and he is more easy to understand than many other authors who write trading books. This is one of the classic books on day trading that has faded a little with time, but still an excellent book. There are several strategies covered in the book and you should be able to find at least one good strategy to suit your trading style. You will also learn a lot about day trading in general with this book. Mark Fisher is a professional floor trader and he covers a trading strategy that his and other professional floor traders use. The strategy is a pivot point type of trading system the guides you with buy and sell points as well as profit objectives. This book also takes some studying and make sure you paper trade before jumping in. This is a fairly simple type of strategy to use when day trading the grain futures. You are basically buying on momentum early in the day. Choosing the right number of contracts and a profit objective are key when using the system described in this book. This is one of the easier strategies to grasp. Suri Duddella is a day trader and he also maintains a website where he posts many of the trades he takes within each trading day. This book outlines some 65 different trade setups and how to trade them. He also includes some pros and cons along with stop placements and profit objectives. At least a few of these trade setups will likely be new to most traders. You probably won't find a more concise book on many good trade setups.
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