I read Technical Analysis for Dummies...and am looking for a more detailed insight into the topic.
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The book Come into my trading room is a great mix of technical analysis and trading psychology.
Whether you're into value investment or not, Ben Graham's The Intelligent Investor is a must-read, though it focuses less on technical aspect of investment, but emphasizing on investor's discipline and investment framework.
If you're looking for an in-depth (non-introductory) technical analysis, I'd recommend you another Ben's masterpiece - The Security Analysis.
Agreed with the user above about John J. Murphy. Here are my favorites below:
- Trend Trading for a Living by Dr. Thomas Carr - Click the link for a review
- Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets Book and Study Guide - John J. Murphy
- Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques - Steve Nison
"Technical Analysis of the Futures Markets: A Comprehensive Guide to Trading Methods and Applications" by John Murphy is a classic written in a easy to understand style, and is not only for Futures. Most of the technical indicators discussed apply to stocks as well.
I'd recommend "The 1-Day Technical Analysis Expert Guide" from the Amazon website or from the author's website: Amazon Kindle Edition: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B017FYKDBY/ PDF Edition: http://www.etradingpicks.com/product/the-1-day-technical-analysis-expert-guide/