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5 Stock Trading Books for Beginners – StockBrain

Books are one of many great resources that can teach you how to trade in the stock market. But let’s be honest, they may not be the best option, what with the introduction of the internet and instant access to blogs, forums and other communities. Books have kind of taken a back seat when it comes to teaching how to […]

In Stock Market, Anxiety Can Be Good Thing | The Big Picture

Click here to get the RSS Feed! In Stock Market, Anxiety Can Be Good Thingby Barry Ritholtz – August 18th, 2014, 12:30pmTweet ThisEmail This PostPrint This PostSource: WSJCategory: Digital Media, Investing, Sentiment← 10 Monday AM Reads
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Technical analysis of terrorist graphic/brand design – Boing Boing

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On We Make Money, Not Art, Regine has posted a long and fascinating review of the 2013 book
Branding Terror. The Logotypes and Iconography of Insurgent Groups and Terrorist Organizations
, which presents a detailed analysis of the visual identity of terrorist and non-state-actor insurgent groups around the world and over time. Underground and criminalized subcultures have produced some remarkable and […]

10 Must-Read Books For Technical Traders – Business Insider

It feels like almost every day someone asks me what books I recommend reading if they’re trying to learn more about Technical Analysis. I figured I should just make a list and publish it for everyone to see.So here you go:Technical Analysis of Stock Trends by Robert D. Edwards and John Magee – this is without a doubt the bible […]

New VC Firm Data Collective Launches to Invest in Big Data with a …

New VC Firm Data Collective Launches to Invest in Big Data with a Big Partnership | PandoDaily

Sarah Lacy
Sarah Lacy is the founder and editor-in-chief of PandoDaily.

She is an award winning journalist and author of two critically acclaimed books, “Once You’re Lucky, Twice You’re Good: The Rebirth of Silicon Valley and the Rise of Web 2.0” (Gotham Books, May 2008) and […]