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numbat1
17 posts
msg #53169
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7/16/2007 11:34:55 AM

The EBOOK I am referring to is written by Brian C Neale 'PowerInvesting Ebook'the website is www.tradetobefree.com
. Ok I know this is pre-school stuff for most of you so please dont ridicule me. I use his techniques to find the stocks and have added my own 'bit' where I buy atm/otm front month call options for that quick pop on selected stocks. I have in my library about 12 ebooks which are rubbish but I bought them when I was really green and eager to find the holy grail lol. I also lost a fortune on subscriptions too and wasted huge amounts on useless education seminars. Shit its a hard lesson to learn isnt it.?


karennma
6,386 posts
msg #53174
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7/16/2007 1:12:42 PM

Thanks numbat.
Yes, for some, the lessons learned can be costly.
Many of us have "been there".

:>)


nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #53178
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7/16/2007 5:44:54 PM

As far as I know, the financial markets have the highest tuition costs and you can't even receive a loan, let alone a grant, from Uncle Sam! How lame is that?

RickB
14 posts
msg #53228
Ignore RickB
7/18/2007 1:17:24 PM

I am a chartist and I use about 3 charts that I like for trading.

if the charts dont hit --I dont buy

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