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Anyone please?

This forum is a Gurukul. You have a whole faculty of great Gurus here. Just ask and you will get enough response. But don't expect spoon feeding.

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What to start with? I work full time so my progress will be very slow.
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One up on Wall Street and beating the street both by peter lynch possibly two good book i hard of but never read it.
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Hello and welcome! First decide what do you want to do? If you want to trade, then start scanning charts. Then go through the threads to find a method. Keep your eyes open and see what others are doing? Don't follow anyone blindly. You will learn first and earn later. Learning to trade do not come without cost. So, if you are a beginner then test a method by paper trading for sometime and then take a plunge. You will lose money first. If not you will be an exception and exceptions are very rare. Rest you will have to indulge in a dog fight with yourself to ascend psychological barriers. And when you successfully scale your psychological barriers your money management rules will teach you very crucial lessons to stay in the business. Once you master these concepts you will find that success in trading comes from simplicity and not from complexity of systems. There will be many bumps but you must learn to stay in the game which unfortunately has a very low single digit percentage in actual practice. So, in short its harder than any stretch of your imagination but not impossible.
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Stock market is a very odd place where even if you get a gr8 teacher yet you and only you can make it a success or a failure.
If you are just starting out first try to understand what actually is a stockmarket ? Why you think it will be easy for you to make money on a consistent basis ? Why should it be easy at all ?
They you have to learn abt knowing more abt urself. This "game" is abt having more TEMPERAMENT than having more IQ. Its very simple "game" but certainly not EASY.

There are 2 ways to learn this 'game'. Through your own experience or through vicarious learning.

I think you should start out with the latter one.
As some wise ass rightly says 'we don't have to pee on an electric fence to learn not to'

So vicarious learning will give you better understanding abt what to AVOID first.
That reminds me of another wise ass quote 'Invert, always Invert'.
Also to quote him ' All I want to know is where I am going to die so that I never go there'
So by concentrating first on avoiding mistakes will help you to become better at the process.
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So reading will help you to gain that vicarious learning.
There are different ways through which market participants Investor / Traders try making money.
ITs only you who will have to find out what works for YOURSELF.
How to start ?
I think these books will provide a good start.

1. Money Master of our time

2. New Money Masters of our time

3. Market Wizards

4. New Market Wizards

5. Hedge Fund Market Wizards

6. More money than god

7. One up on wall street / Beating the street


These books will give you an exposure to a lot of philosophies and Ideas and then on the basis of where your interest aligns, move forward.
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Look no where else other than the market itself as your guide, but approach the guide with proper homework.
Ignore my one liner if you dont find much substance.
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