This Will Blow Your Mind…
This is going to blow your mind. I have just heard about a report that has been discovered from the turn of that last century that details the trading method of one of the best traders of all time.
During my regular research into new products I came across some information that can only be described as startling.
This is what happened. I was doing some research on Richard D. Wychoff one of the acknowledged most influential traders of the last century.
I noticed that most of his work was available and accounted for with the exception of one of his most important pieces of work ‘The Day Trader’s Bible’.
Well, this got me curious and after months of digging and asking questions I uncovered one of his most important trading manuscripts of all time. ‘The Day Trader’s Bible’ or also know as ‘My secrets Of Day Trading Stocks’.
Why was this so hard to find and why was no one speaking about it. Well, I found out that there is a very simple reason no one was talking and that’s because few traders know about it. Check it out here.
First published in 1919 after Wyckoff spent years studying the greatest traders of his time to come up with a method of trading the market that could pull mucho dinero.
The next thing I did was go through the manuscript with a fine tooth comb to see whether it had any relevance to today’s market.
This is what I discovered! This 116-Page manuscript is more relevant today that perhaps it was at the time it was written.
It contains a scientific trading approach, which is truly exceptional. Not only does it document his trading method but it also contains examples of how to apply his methods.
But let me warn you that it is not a normal book. Remember it was written in 1919. What it really allows you to do is get inside the head of a top trader.
You won’t find a more comprehensive work on day trading anywhere. Here’s what inside:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Getting Started In Tape Reading
Chapter 3: The Stock Lists and Groups Analyzed
Chapter 4: Trading Rules
Chapter 5: Volumes and Their Significance
Chapter 6: Market Technique
Chapter 7: Dull Markets and Their Opportunities
Chapter 8: The Use of Charts as Guides and Indicators
Chapter 9: Daily Trading vs. Long-Term Trading
Chapter 10: Various Examples and Suggestions
Chapter 11: Obstacles to be Overcome Potential Profits
Chapter 12: Closing Trades (as important as opening trades)
Chapter 13: Two Day’s Trading – An Example Of My Method
Chapter 14: The Principles Applied To Longer Term Trading
This is 116 pages of sheer genius.
If you are even remotely interested in how the mind of one of the greatest traders who ever lived worked then this is a must have book.
You could search for years without ever find a trading method like this again.
What really impressed me was how much money these guys were making at the turn of the last century. Even in today’s standards, the money talked about is impressive.
Listen To The Masters Words
‘Contained within are the results of a lifetime of studies. It’s
a pursuit that is profitable… but it’s not for the slow minded
or weak hearted. You must be resolute… strength of will is an
absolute requirement as is discipline, concentration, study and
a calm disposition. May your efforts bear fruit and strengthen
your will to persevere.’ Richard D. Wyckoff
I am thoroughly convinced this is one of the best products I have ever brought to your attention and my friend Mark McRae has made it available for a short time at.
His reference to tape reading is exactly the same as today’s day trader’s sitting at their screens watching each tick or pip to make trade decision.
Because of this, regardless of the market you trade you are going to gain a whole lot by reading this timeless and until now secret work. Check it out now.
P.S. This cost less than a cheap lunch so don’t miss it.
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