Top Trading and Investing Books
I’ve read hundreds of trading books in my life.
And I’ll be honest — most of them are junk.
Because they don’t provide evidence to support their claims so there’s no way to tell if something works, or not.
Below are the few trading and investing books that stands out because they have statistical evidence to support their claims.
So, go read these books and you might just find your edge in the markets.
Trading Books with Back Tested Results
Following the Trend – Andreas Clenow
Stocks on the Move – Andreas Clenow
Trading Evolved – Andreas Clenow
Unholy Grails – Nick Radge
Weekend Trend Trader – Nick Radge
Dual Momentum – Gary Antonacci
Mean Reversion Trading Systems – Dr. Howard B Bandy
Short-term trading strategies that work – Larry Connors and Cesar Alvarez
High Probability ETF Trading – Larry Connors and Cesar Alvarez
Building Reliable Trading Systems – Keith Fitschen
$SPY High Probability Trading Strategies – Kora Reddy
Investing Books with Back Tested Results
Deep Value – Tobias E. Carlisle
The Acquirer’s Multiple – Tobias E. Carlisle
Quantitative Value – Wesley R. Gray and Tobias E. Carlisle
Quantitative Momentum – Wesley R. Gray and Jack R. Vogel
DIY Financial Advisor – Wesley R. Gray, Jack R. Vogel and David P. Foulke
What Works on Wall Street – James P. O’Shaughnessy
The Little Book That Beats the Market – Joel Greenblatt
Global Asset Allocation – Meb Faber
The Ivy Portfolio – Meb Faber
Global Value – Meb Faber
Shareholder Yield – Meb Faber