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The Three Secrets to Trading Momentum Indicators

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You can't predict the future, but if you see a car going 100 miles an hour toward a picket fence, you have a pretty good idea. In trading, this concept is called momentum and it is one of the most widely used factors in creating effective, profitable technical indicators.

Penn shows you three secrets that allow you to capitalize on the power of momentum indicators. Momentu
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Kindle Edition, 143 pages
Published August 11th 2010 by Marketplace Books
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Alikair
Mar 21, 2015 Alikair rated it it was ok
Didn't care for this book

I lost interest early on and just skimmed the book so take this review lightly.
From what I gathered this book talks about a few common indicators like rsi macd stochastic and trix
Then for some reason he adds candlestick.
I still don't understand the difference between momentum vs trend after reading this book I think momentum is a shorter time frame?

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