Well just for the record, I am not trashing the list. I just find, from my experience that reading instructional books on trading isn't that helpful to my trading; it's good to get some basic information about technical analysis, how economic/news event affect trading and etc. but these information are now readily abundant on the internet that you don't really need books anymore. I find actually getting your hands dirty doing it trading first on paper then live teaches you LOT more about how to trading because trading is very individual. One person's experience and feeling about trading is very different from another. And all those books were written by other people from their own experience and feeling and trading capital that may or may not apply to me.