I have to credit you with having written an outstanding introductory guide to trading. I think any new trader would be very interested in reading and studying your book. I must also compliment you on your writing style. It is extremely easy to read and flows very coherently with each chapter building logically on the previous chapters. The question I have after reading the book is whether or not you have plans for a volume 2?
Full time trader
The Van Tharp Institute
If you want to learn about indicators and technical analysis, so that you can understand some of the language of investing, then this book is a good place to start.
Van K. Tharp, Ph.D. Author of Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom, Trading Beyond the Matrix, and The Definitive Guide to Position Sizing Strategies.
Bob, I took your class through Community Education over a year ago, and your information was some of the most useful and actionable knowledge I’ve come upon in the many years of trying to win this stock game more than I lose it. Thanks for sharing what you know. Brent
Mr. Robertson offered his beginning investing course at a community college. It is now a hobby to work at, and I understand the potential: protection is the key to limiting loss and letting wins run. They say to keep sharp, older people need to learn something new. I’ve chosen this. Thanks!