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Technical Analysis Book

  1. So I'm not very good at technical analysis and I've actually lost money the last few years, but I did make some money about 5 or 6 years ago using moving averages, so I thought I'd write a book about that.

    I'm looking to inspire people with the trades I made 5 years ago and teach them with the mistakes I've made(basically for the last 4 years).

    Don't forget though, I did make some money 5 years ago and it's that genius that I have which allows me to prevail. The last 4 years were a fluke and I'll talk about them, but it's the years prior to that when I was really focused and not playing games...last 4 years I've just been messing around.

    Also, I want everyone to know that I once washed dishes at a Blackstone "fuck you SEC" party and bumped into a few legends...yeah, that was fun.

    Anyway, if any meaningless bloggers decide to give my book a half-ass review that I think I can pretend is good I'll post a link here!

    Wish me luck boys, I'm gonna tighten up my stochastics and hit the ground running and not stop until I see the a bullish harami!

    :p
     
  2. Most people eventually come to the conclusion that Technical Analysis works little, even if they don't realize that it was TA that was at fault. You probably had a successful period, because you tripped over a period where Moving Averages had some value.
     
  3. This was a total joke of a post. Sorry to have wasted your time. But I think TA has value...it's just not the type of thing you'd rely solely upon in my opinion.

    Cheers.