This book is one of the few that focuses on day trades. The author does not use studies/indicators so it really is about the price charts. He goes into detail about the different times of day which 99% of books will not do since they do not cater to day traders. So based on the nature of the content, this book is a must-have for day traders.
However, there is one thing I will take major issue to, and that is the way this book is written. It is very wordy, and kind of disorganized due to that. It's kind of like having a conversation with someone who is talking a mile a minute and jumps around because they are talking faster than they can think. You will have to go back and re-read some sentences and paragraphs because of that convolution. So, it really needs a better editor, and if this book becomes a hit, they definitely need to come out with a second edition to take on that issue (because the entire book is convoluted), but I still have to recommend it for the nature of the content alone. That is the reason I gave it 4 checks than 5 overall, because that wordiness made it way harder to read and understand.
I haven't read the entire book yet, but I have already learned two major things (I have read enough about trading where books only give me nuggets of new information at this point) that have steered me away from bad trades and have helped me find good entries in ones that would have left me puzzled in the past (when AIG does it's crazy skyrocketing, I was able to get better entries based on what I learned from this book).
So, this has more than paid for itself already, and it's not as expensive as some books out there, so there is no value complaint.
Bottom line: Must have for day traders, forgive the convoluted text and buy it.
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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