The author seems to have gotten his information from TV shows. I could not go a minute without shouting one of three things: 1, That is dead wrong; 2, That definition is incorrect; or 3, Where is your data, proof, evidence? Statements are thrown about without any substantiation. Proof was not required for any part of the book that I read. Fundamentally incorrect concepts are touted as being widely accepted in the scientific community. I would expect better from a guest on Oprah. This is not even correct enough to be put in the pop psychology pile. Very very bad. I am annoyed at wasting my money on this pap; and I partially blame audible.com for listing this book. I may cancel my subscription, rather than take a chance on buying another comparable piece of garbage.
This "book" is a sales pitch given to a group of people who attended a general "get rich quick" seminar. Most of the audience did not know what Forex was. The purpose of the talk is to get the audience to sign up for Forex courses, books, etc. If you can define the word "Forex," and if you know what a "pair" is, you will not find anything new here -- unless you want to spend your hard earned money to these hucksters. I will be writing a complaint to Audible. This should not have been listed. It is not a book, a speech, a seminar. It is a sales pitch.
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