The best stock market books on price and volume analysis

Rubén Villahermosa Author Of The Wyckoff Methodology in Depth
By Rubén Villahermosa

Who am I?

I am Rubén Villahermosa, independent trader and author. My logical and rational mind led me to question the why of market movements, which allowed me to learn the principles of the Wyckoff method. I have deepened in the study of the interaction between supply and demand through high-level Technical Analysis tools such as Wyckoff, VSA, Price Action, Volume Profile, and Order Flow; knowledge that I share through my books from principles of honesty, transparency, and responsibility.


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The Wyckoff Methodology in Depth

By Rubén Villahermosa,

Book cover of The Wyckoff Methodology in Depth

What is my book about?

Are you tired of losing money in the stock market? Have you tried countless trading methods and none of them work? Get rid of everything that didn't work for you and learn a professional approach: The Wyckoff Method.

Ruben Villahermosa, Amazon bestseller and independent trader, has refined and improved some of the most powerful concepts of stock market trading and makes them available to you in this book so that you too can benefit.

The books I picked & why

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Master the Markets

By Tom Williams,

Book cover of Master the Markets

Why this book?

In financial markets, knowing what the large trader is doing is vital. In his book, Tom Williams, who was a syndicated trader, taught us the main signs that allow us to identify the participation of the large traders on the chart, which allows us to make judicious analyses about where the price is most likely to go.


A Complete Guide To Volume Price Analysis

By Anna Coulling,

Book cover of A Complete Guide To Volume Price Analysis

Why this book?

The book addresses price and volume action in an excellent level of detail, providing us with a full understanding of the Law of Effort and Result with which we can assess whether there is harmony or divergence in each of the market's actions. This allows us to be closer to being able to make accurate assessments of what the large traders are doing.


The Three Skills of Top Trading: Behavioral Systems Building, Pattern Recognition, and Mental State Management

By Hank Pruden,

Book cover of The Three Skills of Top Trading: Behavioral Systems Building, Pattern Recognition, and Mental State Management

Why this book?

Professor Hank Pruden's book covers a more holistic perspective as he develops elements of system building, pattern recognition, and mental state discipline.

In the technical section he teaches us key concepts of the Wyckoff Method such as the protocolization of the development of accumulation and distribution structures through phases, a fundamental contribution to the Wyckoffian community.


Trades about to Happen: A Modern Adaptation of the Wyckoff Method

By David H. Weis,

Book cover of Trades about to Happen: A Modern Adaptation of the Wyckoff Method

Why this book?

In his book, David Weis explains the principles of the Wyckoff method from a more modern approach, adapted to today's markets.

Using simple but very powerful concepts (supports and resistance, Springs and Upthrust, effort vs. result), he gives us the necessary ideas to build our own winning trading system.

David also created his own indicator (Weis Wave), which is a great contribution to the trading community.


Trading Price Action Trends: Technical Analysis of Price Charts Bar by Bar for the Serious Trader

By Al Brooks,

Book cover of Trading Price Action Trends: Technical Analysis of Price Charts Bar by Bar for the Serious Trader

Why this book?

Al Brooks is the most influential author on the pure study of price action. His trilogy is the bible for understanding the messages conveyed by individual candlesticks and price behavior as a whole.

The book teaches us how the market moves and provides clear ideas for taking advantage of different contexts: trends, ranges, and reversals.


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