Best book trading sites


Angel Network to help a person in need of a book from another country.. You have to send out at least 1 book for every 2 you receive. For every 5 books that you register on the site you will receive 1 credit for the first books posted. View swaps by location. Launched April 17, Free Swapping Site in the UK. Members have 5 star ratings as feedback scores. Almost , books in system. Members have reputations to uphold.

Read books Books provide a wealth of information and are inexpensive compared to the costs of classes, seminars, and educational DVDs sold across the web. Here on the site we have a full list of 20 great stock trading books for investors to consider.

Read articles Articles are a fantastic resource for education. Our free Stock Education page here on StockTrader. Recommended websites for investment education are investopedia. Find a mentor A mentor could be a family member, a friend, a past or current professor, co-worker, or any individual that has a fundamental understanding of the stock market. A good mentor is willing to answer questions, provide help, recommend useful resources, and keep spirits up when the market gets tough.

All successful investors of the past and present have had mentors during their early days. Forums can be another source for question and answer. Two recommendations include Elite Trader and Trade2Win. Just be careful of who you listen to. The vast majority of participants are not professional traders, let alone profitable traders. Heed advice from forums with a heavy dose of salt and do not, under any circumstance, follow trade recommendations.

Study the greats Learning about the greatest investors of years past will provide perspective, inspiration, and appreciation for the game which is the stock market. One of my favorite book series is the Market Wizards by Jack Schwager. Read and follow the market News sites such as Yahoo Finance and Google Finance serve as a great resource for new investors. For in depth coverage, look no further than the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg.

By monitoring the markets each day and reading headline stories investors can expose themselves to trends, 3rd party analysis, not to mention economic concepts and general business. Also check out your nearby indies for local places where to sell used books.

Be honest about the condition of your books. If there is some shelf-wear on the book, say so. Be careful when shipping. You can always donate! There are many organizations that are always looking for books, or you can drop off a book in a local Little Free Library. Or, donate your books to prisons. I find it helpful to have a plan for how to spend my book money. Click here to enter , or just click the image below.

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