June 2007

The CPM Gold Yearbook 2007
Forecasting Volatility In The Financial Markets: 3rd Edition
FOREX Conquered
The Individual Investor's Guide To The Top Mutual Funds: 26th Edition
Strategies For Profiting On Every Trade
Technical Analysis Of Stock Trends: 9th Edition
Way Of The Turtle
Winning Or Losing The Financial & Retirement Race
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The CPM Gold Yearbook 2007 (187 pages, $150 hardcover, 2007, ISBN 978-0-470-04951-8) by CPM Group, published by John Wiley & Sons.

Gold is widely sought after for its investment value and industrial uses. Gold can provide investors with a financial safety net against sharp drops in assets like stocks and bonds. This resource provides a wealth of information for those who need to make informed decisions with regard to this commodity, whether looking at the global market or buying physical bullion, futures, options, or mining equities.

John Wiley & Sons, www.wiley.com
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  Forecasting Volatility In The Financial Markets: 3rd Edition (415 pages, $89.95 hardcover, 2007, ISBN 978-0-7506-6952-9) by John Knight and Stephen Satchell, published by Butterworth-Heinemann.

This book assumes the reader has a firm grounding in the key principles and methods of understanding volatility measurements and builds on that knowledge to detail the newest modeling and forecasting techniques. The editors have brought together contributors who give the reader a firm grounding in relevant theory and research, and an insight into cutting-edge techniques. The book is of particular relevance to anyone who wants to understand dynamic areas of the financial markets.

Butterworth-Heinemann, an imprint of Elsevier, http://books.elsevier.com
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FOREX Conquered (with CD) (291 pages, $90 hardcover, 2007, ISBN 978-0-470-09779-3) by John L. Person, published by John Wiley & Sons.

If you intend on successfully trading in today's foreign exchange market, you need to be familiar with the strategies and systems that can help you capture profits and manage risk. Whether you're a position trader, swing trader, or daytrader, this guide can show you how to navigate this market by using proven technical analysis techniques. It is filled with in-depth insight, expert advice, and detailed examples. Through discussions of different issues associated with trading the currency market, it provides the knowledge needed to properly enter a position, identify a trade setup, place stops, and exit a trade without hesitation.

John Wiley & Sons, www.wiley.com
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  The Individual Investor's Guide To The Top Mutual Funds: 26th Edition (490 pages, $24.95 softcover, 2007, ISBN 978-1-883328-22-1) by The American Association of Individual Investors, published by John Wiley & Sons.

This guide provides up-to-date information on more than 400 of the best no-load and low-load mutual funds. It features year-end data and fund information that includes 10 years of returns, net asset values, distributions, and expense ratios: three-, five-, and 10-year average annual returns: performance during bull and bear markets, and more.

John Wiley & Sons, www.wiley.com
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Strategies For Profiting On Every Trade (235 pages, $49.95 hardcover, 2007, ISBN 978-1-59280-259-3) by Oliver L. Velez, published by Marketplace Books.

This trading resource features key lessons to further a trader's education including market basics, managing trades, psychology in trading and planning, technicals, utilizing charts, and more. Each section offers examples, definitions, more than 90 different charts illustrating the challenges and opportunities of the market, and how to take advantage of patterns.

Marketplace Books, www.traderslibrary.com
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  Technical Analysis Of Stock Trends: 9th Edition (789 pages, $99.95 hardcover, 2007, ISBN 978-0-8144-0864-3) originally written by Robert D. Edwards and John Magee, coauthored and edited by WHC Bassetti, published by CRC Press.

Based on the cornerstone research and experience of Dow, Edwards, and Magee, this ninth edition offers time-tested and proven trading and investing techniques for success, even in today's unpredictable market. This guide presents a current perspective while maintaining the definitive material of the previous editions. It features a revised glossary and resources appendix, updates the Dow theory with extended commentary from a modern point of view, and presents expanded material on short-term and shorter-term market analysis.

CRC Press, www.crcpress.com
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Way Of The Turtle (286 pages, $27.95 hardcover, 2007, ISBN 978-0-07-148664-4) by Curtis M. Faith, published by McGraw-Hill.

Back in 1983, trading guru Richard Dennis and mathematician William Eckhardt decided they could teach ordinary people to be extraordinary traders. And they did. This is the story from the pen of the youngest of the 25 people they chose. He made more than $30 million in just four years. This book reveals both the reasons for the success of the trading system and the experiment. From his unique perspective, the author explains why the Turtle Way works in modern markets and shares the hard-earned wisdom on taking risks, choosing your own path, and learning from your mistakes.

McGraw-Hill, www.books.mcgraw-hill.com
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  Winning Or Losing The Financial & Retirement Race (164 pages, $24.95 hardcover, 2007, ISBN 9780-9787988-0-5) by Robert Lamoreaux, published by Devere Publishing.

This book is not about technical analysis or even trading. It is about finding a strategy that helps you win the human race. It is about net worth, cash flow, budgets and goals. It is about money, debt, credit/debit cards, and making loans to your kids. It is the author's ideas about how best to get through life in the smoothest way possible and be happy throughout the trip. And not upsetting the IRS as you go.

Devere Publishing, www.deverepublishing.com
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