Thought provoking - yet all the examples in the book deal with Godless, near suicidal subjects. Would be great if this book was more tailored for the 'common' investor vs. someone with 3 limbs out the window. Honestly, Tharp's personal account makes you wonder about his own self-confidence and sanity. His past reads more like a self-help, find yourself seminar marathon than any sort of rational, psychiatric credentials.
My resounding thought on the core message of the book - God created you and the universe, so why is His soul purpose now to help you with your trading decisions? I think He got grossly demoted in this book!
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