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How To Make Money In Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times or Bad, 3rd Edition

Author: O'Neil, William
Publication: Tata McGraw Hill


Book is for sale within India Only

PART I: A Winning System: CAN SLIM

Introduction: Learning From the Greatest Winners

PART I: A Winning System: CAN SLIM

Introduction: Learning From the Greatest Winners

Chapter 1. C= Current Quarterly Earnings per Share: The Higher the Better

Chapter 2. A= Annual Earnings Increases: look for Significant Growth

Chapter 3. N= New Products, New Management, New Highs: Buying at the Right Time

Chapter 4. S= Supply and Demand: Shares Outstanding Plus Big Volume Demand

Chapter 5. L= Leader or Laggard: Which Is Your Stock?

Chapter 6. I= Institutional Sponsorship: Follow the Leaders

Chapter 7. M= Market Direction: How to Determine It

Part II: Be Smart From the Start

Chapter 8. Nineteen Common Mistakes Most Investors Make

Chapter 9. When to Sell and Cut Your Losses

Chapter 10. When to Sell and Take Your Profit

Chapter 11. Should You Diversify, Invest for the Long Haul, buy on Margin, Sell Short, Etc.?

Chapter 12. How to read charts Like an expert and improve Your Stock Picks and Timing

Part III: Investing Like a Professional

Chapter 13. Models of the Greatest Stock market Winners: 1952-2001

Chapter 14. How to Find Winning Stocks Using Investor's Business Daily

Chapter 15. How to Pick the Best Market Sectors, Industry Groups, and Subgroups

Chapter 16. The Art of Tape Reading: Analyzing and Reacting to News

Chapter 17. Should You Buy Options, Nasdaq Stocks, New Issues, Convertible Bonds, Tax Shelters, Foreign Stocks?

Chapter 18. How You Could Make a Million Dollars Owning Mutual Funds

Chapter 19. Improving Management of Pension and Institutional Portfolios

Chapter 20. Important Guidelines to Remember

Success Stories

Index

Index

Index



How To Make Money In Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times or Bad, 3rd Edition
O'Neil, William

Price: INR 430

 

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