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SOLD: STREET SMART GUIDE TO TIMING THE STOCK MARKET
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Use time-honored futures trading techniques to find the big winners! And stay with them!

Risk-conscious futures traders wouldn't think of trading without using timing techniques. Yet many otherwise savvy stock market professionals reject or ignore timing, either for individual stocks or for the market in general­­mainly because they don't understand timing or because they don't know how to use it.

The Streetsmart Guide to Timing the Stock Market is the first book to bring to the stock market the timing techniques used by generations of futures traders around the world. This groundbreaking book is based on strategies proven through state-of-the-art computer testing to be profitable in all North American financial futures markets, including stock index futures. It demonstrates:

Step-by-step instructions for identifying the best stocks to buy and the time to buy them
When to let profits run (but not give back all your profits) and when to cut losses short
Strategies for the long term that avoid the disaster of riding a bear market to the bottom
How to sell a stock short in a bear market

--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author

Colin Alexander has been involved with the trading industry for twenty-five years as a publisher, broker, trader, and system developer. The former publisher of The Five Stars Futures Bulletin, which was consistently ranked in the top ten advisory services, he also founded the stockscom.com advisory service. He is the author of several top-selling trading books, including Five Stars Futures Trades and Capturing Full-Trend Profits in the Commodity Futures Markets.


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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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TABLE OF CONTENTS (grabbed online)

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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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(sample pages grabbed online)

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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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FROM CHAPTER 2

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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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FROM CHAPTER 3

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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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SOLD already. thanks.
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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