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Candlesticks are a Roadmap to Markets...
"There are more and more candlestick chapters in many trading books, but Profitable Candlestick Trading explains this somewhat ""cloudy"" subject with a new clarity. I've read over 2 dozen trading books, some devoted only to candlesticks, others that gloss over the subject with a few pictures. Frank Read more...
They have great insights you will not find anywhere else. Book is not expensive either. Must read!
"This is a great book to help you start trading with less risk. Using the candlestick patterns will help you enter and exit positions better and with a higher chance of success. Not every trade will be a profitable one, but with the techniques in this book I've been able to reduce the losses on the Read more...
great for beginners
This is a great book for beginners and the more experienced alike. An excellent reference manual to have on the bookshelf. It's the sort of book you dip into for info and not the type you would read from cover to cover. Also, it explains matters in an easy to digest format. With so many books availa Read more...
I've read many Candlestick books including all of Steve Nison's books, and this one is an excellent follow-up book, it's very clear and concentrates more on strategies for making money, also provides more trading insights whereas Nison's books are a little more theoretically oriented.
Minimal fluff, covers a lot of territory, solid reference
"As far as beginner-to-intermediate reference texts go, this is an ideal candidate to cover your candlestick study base. Dozens of 'Primary' (e.g. Dojis, Morning Star, etc) and 'Secondary' (e.g. Tri Star, Three Black Crows) signals, everything from single- to triple-candle technical signals. Mr. Big Read more...
I like this book as much or more than the two Nison two Candlestick books because this book does offer trading strategies which I think are effective. This is a little more advanced so read the later Nison book first as a primer..... no need to read both Nison books.