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Marketplace Books History

Company Profile

Started in 1993, Marketplace Books grew out of the realization that mainstream publishers were not meeting the demand of the trading and investment community. Capitalizing on the access we had through our distribution partner Traders' Library, Marketplace Books began publishing some of the most well-known books in that market.

One of the best examples of our early success was Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin LeFevre. Written in the 1920s, the thinly fictionalized story of legendary trader Jesse Livermore contains insight and wisdom that still rings true today.

Following the success of this title, Marketplace Books launched a co-publishing relationship with John Wiley and Sons to create trading classics like Larry McMillan's McMillan on Options , Bernie Schaeffer's Option Advisor, Tom Dorsey's Point and Figure Charting, and Ted Tesser's The New Trader's Tax Solution, among others. We took that success and stretched into our own program.

Today, Marketplace Books publishes top authors in the industry, where household names like Oliver Velez, Larry McMillan, Sheldon Natenberg, Mark Larson, Martin Pring, David Vomund, George Fontanills, Louis B. Mendelsohn, Jay Kaeppel are just the beginning. We are actively acquiring some of the brightest new minds in the industry including technician Jeff Greenblatt and programmers Jean Folger and Lee Leibfarth.

Chris Myers
John Boyer
Columbia, MD
Founded: 1993
Titles in Print:
over 400

With Traders’ Library and our extensive affiliate channels, Marketplace Books is providing traders and investors with the material they need to keep their profits increasing. We are excited about our publishing program and look forward to continued growth for our company and our authors.

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