Justin Mamis is a famed technician and legendary strategist. His book When to Sell was one of the first to address that obviously important but oft overlooked aspect of trading & investing.

He is now 85, and after a long career observing markets, is finally retiring. He has graciously made his final commentary available for the public as he sails off into the sunset.




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Category: Think Tank

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