BOOKS

Commitment of Traders Bible, Steven Briese

The Commitments of Traders Bible

Stephen E. Briese (2008)

RATING:

Most comprehensive book on the subject.

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Trade Stocks and Commodities with the Insiders, Larry Williams

Trade Stocks and Commodities with the Insiders: Secrets of the COT Report

Larry Williams (2005)

RATING:

Another classic, with typical Larry Williams style. Lots of great ideas to interpret the COT data.

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Commitments Of Traders: Strategies for Tracking the Market and Trading Profitably

Commitments of Traders: Strategies for Tracking the Market and Trading Profitably

Floyd Upperman (2005)

RATING:

Good book, but not as great as Briese or Williams. His charts are hard to grasp, if you are visual type.

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Market Indicators: The Best-Kept Secret to More Effective Trading and Investing, Richard Sipley

Market Indicators: The Best-Kept Secret to More Effective Trading and Investing

Richard Sipley (2009)

RATING:

Check out Chapter 12 on COT analysis (page 159).

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Sentiment in the Forex Market: Indicators and Strategies to Profit from Crowd Behavior and Market Extremes, Jamie Saettele

Sentiment in the Forex Market

Jamie Saettele (2008)

RATING:

Check out Chapter 5, starting at page 69. The primary sentiment indicator in the forex market is still the COT data.

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Complete Trading for a Living: The Legendary Approach to Trading, Alexander Elder

Complete Trading for a Living: The Legendary Approach to Trading

Alexander Elder (2006)

RATING:

One of the classic books on trading deals with COT analysis as well.

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Contrary Opinion, R. Earl Hadady

Contrary Opinion

R. Earl Hadady (2000)

RATING:

Check out Chapter 8 on Market Composition.

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Charting Commodity Market Price Behavior, L. Dee Belveal

Charting Commodity Market Price Behavior

L. Dee Belveal (2000)

RATING:

Not your typical technical analysis book. It deals with the really important stuff: volume, open interest and of course Commitments of Traders.

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A Complete Guide to the Futures Markets, Jack D. Schwager

A Complete Guide to the Futures Markets

Jack D. Schwager (1984)

RATING:

After 27+ years, it is still one of the most complete guide to the futures markets. Its table of contents is longer than some other books. 760 pages total.

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