Ted Warren – How to Make The Stock Market Make Money For You
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As an experienced market technician and author of the book “Technical Analysis Simplified,” I can state with some authority that Ted Warren’s method of technical analysis is “head and shoulders” (no pun intended) above 98% of the other books out there that attempt to teach this subject. I have read nearly every book imaginable on market analysis, and this book displays a profound understanding of market machinations I have only found in one or two other titles. One of the things that struck me in reading Warren’s book is that someone who cut his teeth on Edwards & Magee (the “bible” of technical analysis) would find himself having to unlearn much of what he was taught. Based on my experience, Ted’s understanding of the markets was far superior to that of the anodyne Edwards & Magee, and his technique is more accurate. While Ted’s method isn’t the most advanced or the most comprehensive of technical methods, it certainly is one of the most practical and proven ways of profiting in the markets that I have come across over the years. This book comes with my highest commendations. PS If you haven’t learned to view the market – as Warren advocates – as a battle of “manipulators” vs. the uninformed investing public, you probably aren’t cut out for trading in the markets, anyway, and should avoid them altogether. If you haven’t learned to view the market – as Warren advocates – as a battle of
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