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Hello drw. What I would like to know is how specific the book is in terms of setups? How many are they and are they well defined and effective?

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The book mainly covers what he calls second entries in a 2-legged pullback (I believe this is similar to Brook's H1/H2 and L1/L2 setups but I'm still reading that book), trading channels, really stresses never count-trend trading, traps (people who fell for a breakout of a double top only to have it go 1/2 ticks higher and fail back into the double top range causing a cascade of buys or sells), identifying trends and ranges. A lot of what is covered is basic trading rules, don't move stops, use the correct size and profit targets. He also employs a scalp and run strategy.

Overall, I'd say it's decent if you are relatively new to price action and/or trading. If you've already read and mastered Al Brooks you probably won't get too much more from it except maybe a different perspective and order management.

Personally I plan on reading this another time or two and continuing with the archive of videos. I think this will give me a pretty good base to continue with Brooks.

Last edited by drw112; March 19th, 2012 at 05:32 PM. Reason: spelling
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