Stocks & Commodities V. 24:6 (68-70): Product Review: TechniTrader Home Study Training Course by David Penn
Most of the products reviewed by Technical
Analysis of STOCKS & COMMODITIES are intended for those who read the reviews. Makes sense, no? While it is true enough that not every product will appeal to every reader, the general theory is that it is our readers who will benefit most directly from the products we review.
Because our readership tends to be more sophisticated than the average stock trader, this means that some kinds of products might not often be reviewed. Although worthwhile, many of these products are geared toward those traders who are far less experienced or knowledgeable than the average STOCKS & COMMODITIES reader or subscriber.
Still, just about every S&C reader or subscriber has a relative — a cousin, a niece, an uncle — who has shown more than a little curiosity about what all those charts and squiggly lines actually mean. And I suspect that more than a few readers and subscribers have initiated a conversation with said cousins, nieces, and uncles in an effort to explain just what all those charts and lines in fact represent, only to find themselves sounding more complicated (and more confusing to the listener) the longer the conversation continues. At a certain point, we just give up — tossing a book (or the URL to Working-Money.com, our beginner-friendly website) in their general direction, wishing them the best in figuring out on their own what you failed miserably to explain.