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The main attraction to buy this book was Andrew Cardwell name on it. And the only reason I bought this book was in hope to find things to learn to improve my TA. However, this book book turned to be an absolute waste of money as I wasted my time scrolling through it.
There is absolutely no reading material worth reading unless you are a novice who knows nothing about trading psychology and may have sold lemonade at a lemonade stand.
I am a professional trader and I am already familiar with Paula's and Mark Douglas's work. This book is very useful in that it is a good "synopsis" of various of the tools used/offered by Paula and Mark. I would also say that it is probably not for "novice" traders and definitely not for traders who do not already have some kind of edge in the markets. Finally, the editor of this book has not done a great job as there are occasional typos and mistakes. They do not detract or alter the essence of the material presented but it would be nice if these mistakes weren't there.