This book will instantly get readers to stop thinking about investing as a craft and start thinking about it as a science. Readers will be handed the tools they need to become scientists - the three questions. Some investors claim they use tools - like charts and software - but charts, software and complicated equations are nothing more than the hammers blacksmiths use to practice their craft. Approaching investing as a science means the reader can create and test hypothesis, predict results, and repeat success. The three questions are the only tools readers need to embark on a scientific query session that will distinguish investing myth from science.