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Trident A Trading Strategy
ISBN: 0930233484     Date Published: 1991-04-01     Author(s): Charles Lindsay
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Rumor and greed abound in the futures markets. The fact that price reacts predictably to rumor and greed is the basis of this objective trading strategy.
 
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Poor nomenclature snags magnificent concept ..., August 24, 2002 ByRolando Gonzalez (San Antonio, Tx, USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Trident: A Trading Strategy (Hardcover) The concept behind Trident is great. Mr. Lindsay deserves proper recognition of his work. But while his ideas are great, his capacity to express them leaves you wishing for better clarity, and further elucidation. Initially, as we board the subject, we are presented with the study of three points, P1, P2, and P3. So far, so good. But the foundation of my point comes when we are faced with the study of previous points to the well defined P1, P2, and P3. Here, as we are introduced to the use of a previous point to the P set, that new point is being referenced as P1, and the subsequent points as P2 and P3. So, now the new point is P1, what used to be P1 is now P2, and the old P2 becomes P3. And, as if this would not be confusing enough, still, a preceeding point is brought to the study of the Trident system. And guess what? ... well, you guessed right ... that new point is referenced as P1, and the subsequent two, P2 and P3 ... Five points ... three names ... it just becomes hard to...
 
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It took me 20 years to figure it out and profit consistently, May 19, 2013 ByJudy Chille "judy6ht" (NY) - See all my reviews This review is from: Trident: A Trading Strategy (Hardcover) This book had me hooked from day one and at first I was making alot of money, I thought that I would be a millionaire within a few years. Then I started losing money, and then lost it all. But I didnt give up, I kept at it and made money again, and things were going well, and then I lost it all again. This has been going on for years. I first bought the book in 1992 or 93. The strategy would work perfectly sometimes and then fail terribly the next few times. It was a great concept but something was missing. And being so determined to figure this out, I never gave up. I could honestly say I may have lost over $150,000 all the years I was trying to trade this system. Starting from 1992 up until 2012. Today is May 19 2013 and after all these frustrating years trying to figure out these balance prices I finally got it. I can now reinterpret everything that Mr. Lindsay wasnt able to do in his book. There are several things you need to know, like phantom...
 
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Trident Trading strategy full of promise, June 10, 2001 ByIan McClure (Victoria 3146, Australia) - See all my reviews This review is from: Trident: A Trading Strategy (Hardcover) As a newcomer to trading, I quickly became engrossed in this book. The first five chapters are readily understood, and describe a logical, mechanical trading system, which appears to be based on W.D. Gann's trading principles. The system as such proves to be a profitable trading tool, but the final chapter, which shows promise of being the icing on the cake, is intangible and not easily understood. This is very frustrating for, although I have read the entire book several times, the essence of that final chapter still eludes me. The appendix speaks of further Trident developments in the future, but to my knowledge, Charles L. Lindsay has written nothing further on the subject, sadly.
 
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