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HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF... AGAIN AND AGAIN

Hello Fellow ChartWatchers,

As you (hopefully) know already, StockCharts.com also has an online bookstore that is dedicated to providing great investment-oriented books at great prices. (We work hard to keep the prices as low as possible. No, seriously! From a business perspective we just want to break even on our books.) But there is one book in particular that we look forward to selling each year. Year after year it is our biggest seller mostly because it gives out great information that everyone can use to make better investments.

If you haven't guessed already, I'm talking about "The Stock Trader's Almanac" by Jeffrey and Yale Hirsch. If you have seen it before, simply click here to order your 2009 copy - you are already sold on it I'm sure.

If you haven't seen The Stock Trader's Almanac, then you are in for a huge treat. Anyone that likes charting or trading systems or historical trends or easy to follow trading systems will love this book cause it is full of all that stuff. Part daily planner, part historical market compendium - The Stock Trader's Almanac can show you exactly (for example) what the markets have done after each Presidential election going back to Calvin Coolidge. Want to know what day of the week is the best day to buy stocks? The Stock Trader's Almanac can show you and show you the data to back up its conclusion. There are hundreds of other similar market facts throughout.

The Almanac even has its own blog where you can keep up with the latest research from the authors: http://stocktradersblog.blogspot.com/

It's a great resource and we have it at a great price. For the next two weeks, you can get the 2009 edition of the Stock Trader's Almanac from our bookstore for only $25.95US. That's $6 cheaper than what the publisher sells it for. It's even cheaper than what Amazon sells it for(!).

Long-term ChartWatchers know that I only make sales-pitchey type posts like this very rarely and when I do, it's something worth a close look. This is one of those times. Take a second and see for yourself. You won't be disappointed.

-- Chip

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