Daytrading Movies / Books


These are two films that show that we can not trust anyone and draw our own plan.








Wall Street (1987)

Wall Street – Money Never Sleeps (2010)


Below is a list of books that I have read and that I strongly recommend so that you can develop yourself as a better daybreaker.

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator – Edwin Lefèvre

Remenisses of a Stock Operator

This is highly recommended for people who trade on the stock market (not just day traders), because it explains that the stock market is all manipulation. Being a daytrader you have to be able to find your way here in order to be able to act successfully.





The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World – Alan Greenspan

The Age of TurbulenceAlan Greenspan, who spent 20 years as the economic head of the United States, describes in this book how the financial market works. By reading this book you realize that nothing happens on the stock market.





The Art of War – Sun Tzu

The Art of WarThis book is about the art of warfare. It may sound violent, but a General must also think about how, where and when to deploy his soldiers. I think that the day of trading is very similar to waging war. Also in day trading you have to decide how, where and when you will use shares or futures.




This can not be true – Joris Luyendijk

The Art of WarThis can not be true began with a search on the banking blog of The Guardian that formed the basis for columns that appeared in NRC Handelsblad and De Standaard. As a result of the banking blog, Luyendijk was heard by parliamentary inquiry committees in Belgium and England. This may not be true was the best-selling book in 2015 and was awarded the 2015 NS Audience Award. The book has now been translated into eighteen languages.Recently appeared Can we talk, an invitation to people who are considering voting PVV. It is a collaborative project of De Correspondent, Algemeen Dagblad and WNL.




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