Building a Winning Method for Trading Higher-Performance Stocks

Developing a Winning System for Trading High-Performance Stocks

The art of trading higher-functionality stocks is revealed as active trader Tim Cho unveils his uncanny technique for isolating …
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  • Keith says:
    5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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    PAINFUL !, December 1, 2009
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    Keith

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    This review is from: Developing a Winning System for Trading High-Performance Stocks (DVD)

    This video is downright painful to watch.
    The speaker is almost putting himself to sleep.

    Contrary to the title this video is not about “developing” a system. It’s a video about “here’s my system” and it’s based largely on fundamentals, not technicals.

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  • Andy Norton "Andrew" says:
    1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Got enough out of it to help my trading, May 1, 2010
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    Andy Norton “Andrew” (Miami,FL) –
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    This review is from: Developing a Winning System for Trading High-Performance Stocks (DVD)

    covers the basic criteria he uses to select stocks ready to rally – and those on the verge of collapse, detailing the characteristics he examines to find stocks capable of producing triple-digit returns in all market climates. You’ll learn: 16 key conditions for identifying high-performance stocks – before they take off; 10 key points for selecting which stocks to sell short; and a strategy for –Switching sides– trading both up & down moves in a volatile stock.

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