Watching the sun rotate is too close to watching the clock tick away the precious time I have left on this planet... besides I have enough atmel processors in my life as it is. I actually meant to post the above in the intro forum - no need for everyone to consider my need for newnessness.
well, since this post is already here, I have a question.
I went to school for science stuff, did a lot of it, spent a lot of time learning it, but when I really think about it, its not very complicated. I've found that my collection of textbooks could be widdled down to two or three for a very comprehensive education in one field or another- probably as much as you'd get in your average degree program.
Which books would the educated/professional investors on here recommend I study if I were interested in identifying market trends and entering the stock market on a hobby/semi-pro basis? I'm mostly interested in the psychology of speculative value played out in actual dollars, and how changes in markets can predict consequent changes based on the way people make choices as a group.
Which book(s) gave you a real UNDERSTANDING of this economics stuff?
I'm interested in learning more, but not so interested that I want to spend my time reading bad/wrong/obsolete textbooks.