Thursday, April 2nd, 2015


5 Responses to “Tape Reading And Market Tactics: The Three Steps to Successful Stock Trading”
  1. M. Kellogg says:

    I read the reviews before buying and they were outstanding and was surprised when the book was because the date of publication was well disguised in this book was written in the 1930s. The striker is updated twice – most recently in the 1970s. If one would like to see a tape of nostalgia in reading this book is for you. Rating: 1 / 5

  2. luke24.5 says:

    Writing style is easy to follow and the material will always be relevant. Difficult to overcome the rational value of commercial materials. Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Price and volume tell the story of what happens to an action. The author provides an excellent course on how to read the announcement of price volume action of a population. No need for fancy wiz-bang technical indicators if cinta.Conseguir can read this book. Combine with all the books of Bill O’Neils and has a large base. Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Eric Wagner says:

    This is a good book on the volume if it is just the beginning. It is about how to detect the accumulation and distribution in detail. However, you can say that this information has been copied in many other books in price and volume action of a population. So if you have a good knowledge of the volume then I would not buy this book. I bought this book on the recommendation of IBD and after reading I did not learn much. I would buy How to make money in stocks if you do not, instead of this book. Rating: 3 / 5

  5. Anonymous says:

    As an active and profitable day trader (which makes a business of life), I read almost all the classics, in my opinion better than any book I read! Definitely as good as “Reminiscences of a Stock Operator.” I wish all books were so brief, I have completed college in a year. If you want to make money, read it! Rating: 5 / 5

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