|Posted: June 14, 2011, 9:25 pm - IP Logged|
I am going to assume you mean Robert Walsh not Welch.
The trick to using this system is to not only track his "base" numbers, but in addition, you have to track his "strategies" to see which ones perform the best. Since it looks as if you are in Maryland, I can tell you that his "A1 Strategy" (Chapter 14) is ok at producing hits. I have had success with it.
The whole book is really a compilation of methods that have been around for years, this guy just put them in one book and added some doubious "money management" and "investment" advice, which I will not bother to comment on.
The key to having some success with his method is to do some serious homework and find out which strategies work the best. I use the A1 strategy in conjunction with some of my other methods to get hits. I suggest you look at 3 years of MD past data and chart each strategy to see haw many wins each got.
In my opinion, the Walsh book is another tool you can use to get hits. Unfortunately, it acts more like a dull knife instead of a sharp axe.
After using his Pick-3 system I didn't bother to try his Pick-4 system.
Good luck 2 U.
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