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Book details
  • SubGenre:Investments & Securities / Commodities / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:31
  • eBook ISBN:9781620955703

Marketing and Subconscious Herd Reflexes

The Superstitious Herd

by Tex Green

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This mini ebook teaches something new and unique about marketing and communications with a specific relation to commodities and futures trading. The book hopes to follow on the previous works of the author and present a way to find hidden subliminal messages that are used to market stocks to investors or trigger herd reflexes whether intentionaly sent or not. This book includes a table for common signals, a photo table for comparison and a breif description of how to use them in adition to the basic for understanding a all to now hidden form of communication.
No other book has ever come close to giving you so much in terms of understanding both verbal and non verbal signals and how they relate to the stock market. This book is more than just mere speculation and once you understand the concepts presented you will never trade any security with the same casual thought you had given it in the past. This work together with the authors precvious work on correlational dynamics in global markets will really open the readers eyes to what they have been seeing but never recognising.
About the author
The author lives and works in California where he has been engaged in private business for 25 years. In adition he has been awarded a total of six degrees and is a graduate of the University of New York among others and plans to finish a seventh degree in mid 2012. Presently the author has engaged in stock market research for the last seven years with an eye toward commodities and stock trading which led to the development of this book. His extensive knowledge of history psychology and finance all come to light in this small but unique work on marketing.