“Tipping the Scale” written by Michael Brubeck is an interesting and informative read. That uniquely explains and breaks down the elements of a constantly evolving industry, from its legalities, to back tested strategies and knowledge of its numerous products.
“Stock Investing for Beginners” is a useful resources when learning to invest, because of its ability to easily lay out a considerable measure of new and complicated data about the Stock Market, as well as types, styles, strategies of Investing and explaining those various methodologies.
A Random Walk Down Wall Street is an awesome book that’s well written and presented in a laid back manor. Of the resources recommended in this page this has the least to do with actual investing and trading strategies (though its obvious what strategy is stressed in the book) and more focus on the psychologies and emotions of participants acting within the market. This is a great read for anyone who wants to really get a broad since of how the stock market and its intricacies operate!
Charting and Technical Analysis is a very informative book that helps simplify the wonderful world of charting and TA, it takes the reader through a basic steps and techniques aiding in the ability to confidently interpret and understand stock charts and screeners.