Contrarian ripple trading: A low risk strategy to profiting from short term stock trades from Wiley trading and written by Aiden J McNamara and Martha A Brozyna is a compelling and extremely interesting piece of reading material. Contrarian ripple trading is a well written and well documented piece of observation aimed at many of the worlds stock market traders.
Regulating law by John Braithwaite, Christine Parker and Colin Scott as one of the most comprehensive and extensive publications on law available on the market today. Regulating law begins by exploring the goals and policies within the all new regulatory state as well as discussing the fundamental reshaping of domains and jurisprudence.
The trading crowd: An ethnography of the shanghai stock market No.18 from some of the most respected experts in the business being Ellen Hertz, Meyer Fortes and Edmund Leach is one of the finest publications of the year. During 1992 there was a huge explosion of stock trading in shanghai and this books reveals the reason for this and the outcome for the future.
The financial times guide to selecting shares that perform: 10 ways to beat the stock market forth edition from Richard Koch and Leo Gough has landed. This is one of the creative and best books i have read on the topic of the stock market and trading shares within it and would recommend to all.
The international money and foreign exchange markets: An introduction by Julian Walmsley has seen great success due to its simplicity and detailed explanation that are enclosed within its pages. Julian Walmsley is one of the best known and highly respected authorities on the subject of international risk management, trading and investment entities. The issues discussed within this book are subjects such as the enormous changes that have occurred over the previous few years within the Forex market and the effect they have had in which the business and trade is now conducted.