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How to Make the Stock Market Make Money for You [Hardcover]

Ted Warren
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4.0 out of 5 stars Patience does work Dec 9 2003
By grantg2
Have read a TW book twice in life... in college and failed to see the wisdom... and this book about 5 years ago. Tried my best to learn and also followed a newsletter dedicated to TW market strategies. Three years ago portfolio account started and traded buying at TW breakout points and not before(equal shares in each holding), cutting losses on all stocks that did not follow through after breaking out...letting the others ride. The results as of today: current long 6 stocks up 3%, 103%,196%, 292%,323%,& 1074%. It is not get rich quick, but it does work. Up almost 11 times your money is nice but it is time to let this one go...check 3 year chart on OHB! Judge for yourself!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazingly simple approach April 10 2002
By A Customer
It is amazing how simple the techniques used and taught by Ted Warren are to be successful in the stock market. This is no get rich quick program as other authors might try to sell you. If you remain patient and disciplined, you will be well on your way to retirement with no worries.
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5.0 out of 5 stars No get rich quick scheme March 6 2002
Ted methods truly work. I use his methods to buy and sell stocks. At first I thought this guy must be crazy, but I was wrong. This is not a get rich quick scheme. It is not uncommon to gain 300% or more in a two to three year period. Read this book, follow the principles and you will make money.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Sorry Ted, It Really Doesn't Work Dec 16 2001
At least, the book is an entertaining read. It is _valuable_ to learn how to get "The Stock Picture" (from M. C. Horsey Co., Salisbury Md, 410-742-3700.. but the benefit stops there.
Ted Warren implies that most stock prices are manipulated by insiders to bilk the public out of investment dollars. If an investor can recognize the patterns, so the thinking goes, s/he can pick out stocks that have been manipulated to a low level, and know how to sell when they are at their peak.
--I studied the book, and got a May 2000 Edition of The Stock Picture. Using Ted's techniques, I picked out 30 likely stocks, but didn't buy them. I saved my list, waited a year, then evaluated my picks with the May 2001 Stock Picture. Not one of my picks had become profitable, at any time, in that year.
The Stock Picture includes a chart of the Dow Jones Avg from 1938 to present. From 1957 to 1965, when the author was making money and writing the book, the Dow increased from 416 to 1001, ie., it increased by 2.5 times. From 1993 to 2001, it went from about 4000 to 10,000, again an increase of 2.5 times. The difference is, that from about 1996 to 2001, the DOW has been wildly fluctuating, as never before. Since 1999, the upward momentum has been broken--You can see it plainly in the MC Horsey chart. We are in a volatile, unstable losers market. Ted was in a relatively stable, upward trending market. He couldn't go far wrong in 57-65. We can't go right, using the same techniques, today. But, after the next great depression, it may be useful again...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Please don't buy this book Nov. 22 2001
By A Customer
This has got to be the best book on investolating ever written! I use ted's principles in the futures markets and my returns are astonishing, I finally know what drives the markets and its not the news ! \The chart patterns are like the heart beat of a market. Warren Buffet and John Templeton and many others say buy low sell high and thats what ted preaches, this is the bible of investing and the steps are easy and practical to use.So please don't buy this book so the word don't get out.I will say this book isn't popular because what Ted teaches takes time.
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Method works well in times like these..... Nov. 1 2001
By A Customer
With the market ticking down and with the economy going in the same direction, this book provides great data and proves that you can get rich slow. Adopting this idea may seem difficult for some, since you are holding for the long term, but will make out in the end. Since this book was written back in the 60's, times have changed, but charts do not. The only difference is that you may sell in a year, instead of 3 to 5 with a 300 % return. Keep doing that for 20 years and you are GOLDEN!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Deconstruction of the Stock Market May 16 2001
The first edition of this book was completely bought up and presumably destroyed, as the information contained is so dangerous to the powers that rock Wall Street. Read it carefully. It is simple to understand, and then apply it. You do not have to wait until the market itself is down, anytime at all is always good if you do what he tells you to do.
If you are already invested, then get this book and never worry again when the market goes into a sell-off.
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2.0 out of 5 stars one piece of the puzzle Nov. 23 2000
I read this book several times and i think it's worth reading for any investor. there are some aspects of investing that are not covered very will. money management, and taking the short side of the market. it mostly covers the timing and psychology of entering the markets from a long position. ie; buying the stocks outright. it doesn't do any justice to several other ways to "investolate" in the markets. for a strategy on being long the market, i think it is one of the best books out there... but not because of the technical analysis.(there is no ground breaking info there) the market psychology is what is worth reading about.
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