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Hello!  I am new to this forum.  I am interested in learning about candlestick reading.  I would appreciate hearing from any that will answer this post WHICH book you found the most helpful?  

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On 4/19/2018 at 12:35 AM, Prakash said:

Profitable Candlestick Trading  (2002) by Stephen W. Bigalow

I read this book, and found it very helpful to seeing and understanding the candlestick formations.  It seemed a bit "salesman-like" in its claims, but the pictures and commentary were helpful and a one-stop shop for learning about the why's and how's.  

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On 6/14/2018 at 1:23 AM, Donald said:

Sounds interesting, will give it a shot. Any of you can tell me something about it? How detailed is this book?

Donald, here is the pdf version of the book, if you are interested.  While a bit "salesman-like" in its approach (all of what he claims cannot possibly be true or it would be the Holy Grail), it was packed full with pictures, commentary and helpful information.  Enjoy. 

Profitable_Candlestick_Trading-HERE.pdf

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On 7/11/2018 at 7:18 PM, LindsayBev said:

Donald, here is the pdf version of the book, if you are interested.  While a bit "salesman-like" in its approach (all of what he claims cannot possibly be true or it would be the Holy Grail), it was packed full with pictures, commentary and helpful information.  Enjoy. 

Profitable_Candlestick_Trading-HERE.pdf

Thank you Lindsay, downloading now!

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