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on July 25, 2013
MAKE SURE YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE BUYING! If you want a good review of statistical principles and someone to tell you why they should be applied to methods of technical analysis, buy the book. If you are looking for insight into trading, don't waste a moment considering buying the book.
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on April 24, 2007
If you have any basic knowledge about statistics and TA, you can skip this book. This is one of those books the author wrote for the money. There was nothing useful inside, except some basic statistical sampling concept. I got a refund.
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on August 29, 2007
I found this book useless..a total waste of time and money.Instead of analyzing the results obtained by using the various technical indicators,the author simply trashes their use,and does so in a preverse use of mathematical formulas,from which the reader gains nothing.I truly felt like my money was taken,for the purchase of the book,under false pretenses.
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on April 21, 2010
I'm not a writer, but after reading a lot of TA book this book is nothing but a piece of garbage and have no value. He repeats himself dozens of time on the same issue, his philosophy simply makes no sense. Just to give one example when he wants to prove DATA mining is bias from the old testament codes, he wants to know why the coder could not predict the 9 11 attacks, after all he was able to find it in code after the fact. Being familiar with the Torah codes, its not possible to predict anything because no one is able to know whats going to happen, so if we don't know what to look for we can't find it , we can only find something if we know what were looking for. Its like telling someone in a big bags of millions of items go find something & I'm not telling you what to find, do you think he will find it ?. The way he makes away with pattern recognition with absolutely no evidence, just because he he wasn't able to prove that it works (so if i wasn't able to prove it, it must be of zero value. The fact is that 1000's of people have made money using Edward methodology. There is a lot to write but i will leave it here.

PS by the way I'm selling the book
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