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SOLD THANKS - WINNING IN WALL STREET by Marty Zweig
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WINNING IN WALL STREET P400 pesos
by Marty Zweig

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CHAPTERS

INTRODUCTION: HOW I FORESAW THE RISING RISK AND PROFITED ONTHE DAY OF THE CRASH

HOW THIS BOOK IS DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER BOOKS ONTHE STOCK MARKET AND WHAT IT CAN DO FOR YOU

HOW AND WHY I GOT INTO MARKET ANALYSIS AND STOCK SELECTION

THE MARKET AVERAGES - WHAT THEY MEAN

MONETARY INDICATORS - DON'T FIGHT THE FED

MOMENTUM INDICATORS - THE TREND IS YOUR FRIEND

COMBINING MONETARY AND MOMENTUM INDICATORS - THE ONLY INVESTMENT MODEL YOU WILL EVER NEED

FIGHTING THE TAPE - AN INVITATION TO DISASTER

SENTIMENT INDICATORS - WHEN TO PART COMPANY WITH THE CROWD

SEASONAL INDICATORS - A YEAR ROUND FORECASTING GUIDE

MAJOR BULL AND BEAR MARKETS - HOW TO SPOT THEM EARLY

HOW TO PICK THE WINNERS - THE "SHOTGUN" AND "RIFLE" APPROACHES

MY OWN STOCK SELECTIONS - WHY IT'S SOMETIMES RIGHT TO SELL "TOO SOON"

STOP! HOW TO MANAGE YOUR INVESTMENTS TO MINIMIZE RISKS AND MAXIMIZE PROFITS

SELLING SHORT - IT'S NOT UN-AMERICAN

(*my comment, SHORT SELLING IS soon to be available in PSE)

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON INVESTING

CONCLUDING WORDS TO THE INTELLIGENT INVESTOR
Basing a strategy on general maxims, such as "Sell when you double your money," "sell after two years," or "cut your losses by selling when the price falls ten per cent," is absolute folly. It's simply impossible to find a generic formula that sensibly applies to all the diferrent kinds of stocks.
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Basing a strategy on general maxims, such as "Sell when you double your money," "sell after two years," or "cut your losses by selling when the price falls ten per cent," is absolute folly. It's simply impossible to find a generic formula that sensibly applies to all the diferrent kinds of stocks.
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Basing a strategy on general maxims, such as "Sell when you double your money," "sell after two years," or "cut your losses by selling when the price falls ten per cent," is absolute folly. It's simply impossible to find a generic formula that sensibly applies to all the diferrent kinds of stocks.
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