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Let me start by saying that I have read quiet a few books on the stock market, how to invest, and tips and techniques and most books try to sell you the same info you could get from Investopedia for free. Since I am also a huge advocate for Investopedia, my comments about this book should hold more weight than other reviews. Mr Kelly goes beyond simply describing some technical analysis or what technical indicators mean, he does much more than give definitions about certain market investing buzz words. I mean, he does in fact, help you with definitions but he also goes into detail about how to use the information in the book. He even gives you charts and tables with actual returns that have been made with the techniques he describes in detail. This is a great book. For $15 or whatever the price is you get much more than a subscription to Motely Fool or one of those other investing services. Kelly teaches YOU how to shop for a stock and how to get good entry points and exit points. He even details the history and success stories of famous investors so you can use their techniques too if you choose, starting with Graham, Buffet up to Lynch.
The new version of this cheese came out recently and it smelled different right out of the box. The new package says NOW, EVEN CHEEZIER AND STREATCHIER. It does not melt or streatch like earlier one. I tried 450 deg for 20 minutes (the pizza requires only 10 minutes). The result was disasterous where the older version was much better. My son stopped eating puzza. Now he has no alternative option.
I really wanted a tattoo, but I was terrified of the pain. I asked the tattoo artist if he would work with the prescription topical anesthetic, Emla. He said that Emla leaves the skin really tacky, and he suggested that I look into Hush. I used it as directed, and I was able to get a 10" piece across my shoulder blades, scanning my spine (which is supposed to be one of the most painful spots to get tattooed). I couldn't feel the first stroke at all, and even had to ask if he had actually started. There were definitely still some spots that were uncomfortable, especially right on top of my spine, but I'm sure it would have been MUCH worse without Hush. This was my first tattoo so I don't have anything to compare it to, but using Hush made the experience bearable, and actually painless in some areas. I will definitely be using Hush if get another tattoo.