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I stumbled on to this one while randomly browzing Amazon recently.

 

I have to say, it's a really good little trading book. One of the methods (to me) looks like a super simplified version of the Turtle trading method. It's very reliable, and it worth it's weight in Gold all by itself.

 

The methods work for anything, Stocks, Futures, Forex. If you can make a Bar Chart, these work.

 

I have been back testing several of the methods, and if someone can't make money with these, there is a real problem.

 

The Kicker, the booklet is like 99 cents in E-book form. You can download the Mobi reader, and read it on any PC. The pages even turn as if it was real.

 

http://www.amazon.com/FOUR-SIMPLE-FUTURES-TRADES-ebook/dp/B006BJ5YO6/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1322985878&sr=1-1

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I stumbled on to this one while randomly browzing Amazon recently.

 

I have to say, it's a really good little trading book. One of the methods (to me) looks like a super simplified version of the Turtle trading method. It's very reliable, and it worth it's weight in Gold all by itself.

 

The methods work for anything, Stocks, Futures, Forex. If you can make a Bar Chart, these work.

 

I have been back testing several of the methods, and if someone can't make money with these, there is a real problem.

 

The Kicker, the booklet is like 99 cents in E-book form. You can download the Mobi reader, and read it on any PC. The pages even turn as if it was real.

 

Amazon.com: FOUR SIMPLE FUTURES TRADES THAT WORK! eBook: Nick Monticello: Kindle Store

 

Now aren't you the shameless one...You're the author or it sure looks like it. Chapter Five refers to Spear Point trading and coincidentally your name is SpearPointTrader.

 

Glad I didn't actually pay .99 for it. If you want to sell something at least be honest about who you are and what you have to offer. You might actually have more success like that and build some credibility along the way.

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Now aren't you the shameless one...You're the author or it sure looks like it. Chapter Five refers to Spear Point trading and coincidentally your name is SpearPointTrader.

 

Glad I didn't actually pay .99 for it. If you want to sell something at least be honest about who you are and what you have to offer. You might actually have more success like that and build some credibility along the way.

 

Nah...he liked the book so much he named himself after it. 99c...the holy grail just keeps getting cheaper.gotta love that.At this rate they won't be able to pay you to take it away.

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Hi, where can I buy the ebook for 99cents? Kindle edition is selling at 2.99.

 

 

Yeah 2.99 is waaaay too much for the holy grail:) First post huh? Well,you never get a second chance to make a first impression.:rofl:

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is a great little book that shows a few simple tools that can work

 

HAHAHA..........these first posters are crawling outta the woodwork...i'm convinced this 99cent book is not to be missed... hurry.. offers like these just can't last.

Any more 1 post shills wanna post today?

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HAHAHA..........these first posters are crawling outta the woodwork...i'm convinced this 99cent book is not to be missed... hurry.. offers like these just can't last.

Any more 1 post shills wanna post today?

 

I have way more posts than this under my belt Mitsubishi, but I'm afraid to tell you that this will be my last. I bought this book last week, and today I just bought myself a small island in the Bahamas ;)

 

Seriously though, this forum should employ both moderators in the traditional sense, and a special team of people to sniff out and berate dishonest vendors and shills. Sometimes I even have trouble working it out myself, so its not hard to imagine how new traders can be sucked in . . .

 

Cheers.

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I have way more posts than this under my belt Mitsubishi, but I'm afraid to tell you that this will be my last. I bought this book last week, and today I just bought myself a small island in the Bahamas ;)

 

Seriously though, this forum should employ both moderators in the traditional sense, and a special team of people to sniff out and berate dishonest vendors and shills. Sometimes I even have trouble working it out myself, so its not hard to imagine how new traders can be sucked in . . .

 

Cheers.

 

whats there to be sucked in about over an e-book that costs less than a dollar? really, do you even have a copy of this book? Can you comment of the actual contents of it?

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I stumbled on to this one while randomly browzing Amazon recently.

 

You stumbled upon the book you wrote....... please if you're going to spam us treat us with some degree of intelligence.

 

:spam:

 

I brought the book..... it's a piece of shit...... happy?

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You stumbled upon the book you wrote....... please if you're going to spam us treat us with some degree of intelligence.

 

:spam:

 

I brought the book..... it's a piece of shit...... happy?

 

Ok, fine, I wrote the book. And I really regret writing the review, especially the way I did. I would delete it if I could, but I can't.

 

Now, do yourself a favor, delete the copy you have, because God forbid you do something stupid, like make $800.00 on the break out of a channel or something...or make $350 on the 7-10 rule set up thats in there.

 

 

You know, because it's evil, evil, evil to post a self review about something that actually works, for .99 flip'n cents, using an anonymous username and a creative story on a random trading forum. Because we all know every time we see a "Doctor" in a TV ad, he really *IS* a doctor in real life..when he's not trying to get bad acting gigs... who took an enormous amount of time out of his busy schedule caring for his patients to shoot a lame commercial.

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Ok, fine, I wrote the book. And I really regret writing the review, especially the way I did. I would delete it if I could, but I can't.

 

Well,at least you admitted it.But you've ruled out a career in politics.:) Gotta admit this is funny though.

 

Now, do yourself a favor, delete the copy you have, because God forbid you do something stupid, like make $800.00 on the break out of a channel or something...or make $350 on the 7-10 rule set up thats in there.

 

Be honest,you're angry at yourself.....or are we in the wrong somehow? Don't be.I've done lots of stupid things in my time...and i'm probably not done yet.Trick is,turn a negative into a positive.Instead of giving it away for 99c,maybe you could give away a few review copies.It will tell us both if you may have something more valuable or not.

 

 

You know, because it's evil, evil, evil to post a self review about something that actually works, for .99 flip'n cents, using an anonymous username and a creative story on a random trading forum. Because we all know every time we see a "Doctor" in a TV ad, he really *IS* a doctor in real life..when he's not trying to get bad acting gigs... who took an enormous amount of time out of his busy schedule caring for his patients to shoot a lame commercial.

 

Yeah,the thing about that point of view is.''.if you can't beat 'em.then join them''.And it's part of the reason the world has ''issues'. If we want the world to be a better place then we must do the right thing,each one of us.

And part of that outlook on life is we forgive others when they screw up...so no biggie. .;)

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