The Best Trading System: How To Make Big Stock Market Returns In The Long Run As A Trader Or Investor (Buying Stocks: An Amazing Proven Trading System For Big Stock Market Returns Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Here's what I think my problem had been all along. I was told by many books that I have to be profitable as soon as I enter the trade. I was to wait for a perfect setup and then buy or short a stock. If it goes the other way, I'm supposed to cut my loss with a stoploss. How many people can actually do this and not get whipsawed to death by commission costs and spreads? I don't know any human who can do this religiously. Every time I cut my loss, that is still a loss and I have to gain back more on a percentage basis just to get back to break even. I don't know how many times I've bought a stock and it goes down and I take my loss, only to see the stock rocket higher without me. It's such a debilitating and hopeless feeling. And then I jumped back in, only to get stopped out again and again.
Chris' book and his system totally changed my outlook on approaching the stock market the right way.Read more ›
Why is this not being taught? I don't know. The book is cheap, thought-provoking and very different from many of the stock market books I've ever read.
Anybody not reading this book is going to be so far left behind. Nothing I've read out there has more common sense and power than Chris' book. I guarantee it. The book is destined for greatness.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting concept, but the problem remains how to make a short term buck, which the system relies on.Published 22 months ago by Bigfoot
Very simple and direct to the point.
Seems like a good strategy, trading a few same stocks for long time to gain long term and short term gain. Read more
No charts no visual examples. A bunch junk talk. You telling people to short quality stocks?? At best wait for pull back then ride up for profit. Read morePublished on June 8, 2014 by T Boyette
Lying scammer wrote this book. No good trading system here. Stay away, save your dollars for something better. Really makes me question the reviews of other books.Published on April 10, 2014 by Amazon Customer
it's true , this book is a fraud. it taught me one thing, read the worst reviews first, there isn't a glimmer of a method in here. His/her website is a pay site. Read morePublished on March 16, 2014 by Kerry T. Lynn
I received the manual today and was struck by how much sense it makes. I began using the techniques, I can't recommend it enough to my friends.Published on March 16, 2014 by Kathyrn A Olick