Here are some nice books that are really good you can learn every aspect of trading-
1.Beyond Technical Analysis-Tushar Chande
Brief Intro.-Old book 1997 edition but these system really works in today market also. The book is broadly divided into two parts. The first half deals with development and testing—how the system worked on past data— and discusses basic rules, key issues, and many new systems. The second half explores how the system might do in the future, with a focus on equity curves, risk control, and money management. A key contribution is a new method called 'data scrambling,' which allows unlimited amounts of synthetic data to be generated for true out-of-sample testing.
2.BUILDING RELIABLE TRADING SYSTEMS-Keith Fitschen
Brief Intro.-This book shows you how to build a tradeable strategy. A tradeable strategy is one that fits your own risk/reward goals, and one that trades in real‐time as well as it performs in the development back‐test. It is not easy to develop a tradeable strategy because there are serious pitfalls. Most of us are greedy and want to trade something that has a large return.
3.Definitive Guide to Position Sizing - Van Tharp
Brief Intro.-One of the best book on Money management/Risk Management
4.Trading in the Zone-Mark Douglas
Brief Intro.-The goal of any trader is to turn profits on a regular basis, yet so few people ever really make consistent money as traders. What accounts for the small percentage of traders who are consistently successful? The determining factor is psychological—the consistent winners think differently from everyone else.
The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .