Traders’ Library : Top 4 Most Recommended books for CFD Trading

January 25, 2021 Tom Clark | Comments Off

Aside from dogs, books are truly man’s best friend. As a human being I am very sure that you are aware of its many advantages physically, mentally and even to your business. The very moment you open the pages of a book, it nourishes you by strengthening your brain through the involvement of a complex network of circuits and signals.  With this, there is a possibility that your brain gets exercised thereby making it less prone to degenerative diseases. Book reading also lessens stress and makes you more relaxed. If reading becomes part of your CFD tradinghabit, you are also able to learn skills and strategies that are legitimately valid and applicable to your trade. With the so many advantages that we have enumerated right now, we are more than happy to present a reading list that you can use to start your quest for trading skills.

1.Complete Guide to Day Trading: A Practical Manual From A Professional Day Trading Coach

Written by Markus Heitkoetter who left a promising job in Germany just to become a full time trader in Texas. No we are not saying that you do the same but we wish to point out that with both his life and trading experiences, Heitkoetter is obviously a trading pro. At present he is known as the CEO and Founder of Founder & CEO of Rockwell Trading and he is actively involved in trading stocks and options. His written articles and books have helped thousands of people around the world. In his book entitled,”Complete Guide to Day Trading: A Practical Manual From A Professional Day Trading Coach” newbie traders will definitely enjoy learning from the lessons that are divided into three important segments.

2. Making Money From CFD Trading

Experts argue that female traders are best in terms of trading preparations and attitude, risk management and of course saving money. Ladies are naturally good at handling finances which probably explains why Catherine Davey’s first published book was immediately followed by her second.  As a trader she vividly and humorously illustrates her trading experiences as she  executes her trading strategies in the market. For CFD trading enthusiasts, this book, ” Making Money From CFD Trading”  is a must have book in your library because it does not serve for entertainment purposes alone but it also helps you understand confusing CFD concepts such as charting techniques, advantages of CFD trading, establishing strategies and maintaining a winning personality.

3. CFDs Made Simple: A Straightforward Guide to Contracts for Difference

Jumpstart your trade with CFDs by means of learning from Peter Temple who is a seasoned writer and trader. Among his many journals and books, the “CFDs Made Simple” is something that is geared to an easy understanding of CFDs and its advantage for hedging portfolios.

4.Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

Edwin Lefevre, a legit writer, journalist  and diplomat who has published articles in wall street journal’s has found a good way to share his thoughts through this book. Written from a first person point of view, this autobiography is almost a century old as its first publication was in 1923. Reviews indicate that this 300 paged book marvelously teaches timeless trading lessons and experiences.


There you have a list of the 4 good reading finds for CFDs and other instruments. They’re all promising books that need to be read so go ahead, get them and start enjoying them.