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Matthew Galgani is co-host of IBD’s How to Make Money in Stocks radio show, editor of the IBDextra Newsletter, and IBD TV® market commentator. With Bill O’Neil, he developed the IBD Meetup Investor Education series used by investing clubs across the country.

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61 internautes sur 62 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The Missing Manual to IBD & "How to Make Money in Stocks" 1 juin 2013
Par Steve Burns - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Finally for all those investors and traders trying to implement the CAN SLIM investment methodology by using William O'Neil's book "How to Make Money in Stocks" along with Investor's Business Daily, here is your users manual. Matthew Galgani has done an excellent job with this book by both keeping it simple and easy to read but also getting all the vital elements needed to bring all of O'Neil's teachings together as a cohesive whole for implementation in a real strategy.

This is the very first kindle version of a book I have bought and read and I found all the links that were available inside the book that went to the investors web site very useful for video lessons to expand on the authors points with out making the book excessively long by trying to incorporate everything in writing.

The kindle edition of the book is filled with pop out historical charts of the biggest winning stock charts in history along with recent ones that I had actually traded in the past few years. The charts are very valuable to actually understand visually what the big winners look like to avoid thinking they are "too high priced" as they play out in real time.

The lessons of this book are many, here are a few:

The keys to winning in the stock market is to only buy stocks during market up trends, focus on the companies with the biggest earnings growth, and buy stocks being accumulated by institutional investors.

How to use the IBD market pulse to determine the markets current trend. (I really liked the strategy that the author suggested for trading an index using their market model. He showed how their simple market trend model would have saved buy and holders from the vast majority of the 2008 plunge and got them back in after the 2009 reversal).

The book shows how to find the best performing monster stocks by using the tools on the IBD investors website and by using the IBD paper.

The author shows the key high probability times to buy the right stocks as they come out of the best patterns: double bottoms, cups with handles, bases, etc. Also how to create your own watch list and be ready to buy these stocks by setting buy stops.

The book covers the vital point of risk control and to cut all losses at 7%, 8% or less when the stock fails to trend after a buy point. Also it gives a graph on how many stocks an investor should own based on the size of their capital. The suggestions are for a very concentrated portfolio, which I agree with but it is crucial to split up your stock positions into as many parts as they suggest. I would advise if they say you should own 5 stocks for you size of capital then only use 20% of your capital on any one stock.

Let winners run up to 20% to 25% profits before selling or farther if they just rocket.

I am glad that Matthew explained that one of the primary keys that make the CAN SLIM method a winning model is the 3/1 risk reward ratio by having
20%/25% gains and only 7%/8% losses. You can win once and lose twice and still make money.

If you have been a student of the book "How to Make Money in Stocks", the Investors Business Daily Newspaper,and the Investors website they run, this should be the book that brings it all together for you.

Just a great informative, easy to digest, actionable plan for successful growth investing.
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Looks Great on Kindle, like an e-workbook 24 mai 2013
Par stuart auvinen - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I decided to get the kindle edition so I can search it and make notes. Sometimes the kindle formatting is poor but not this one. There are hyperlinks everywhere, action item boxes that pop off the page, charts galore, you get the idea.

It reminds me of a workbook that accompanies a textbook (HTMMIS, quite a bit harder to read) from my school days.
It shows you how to use stock checkup and many other features on the website.

Some new points that caught my eye include an analysis of the Facebook IPO fiasco, and an ETF strategy using market pulse where you sell half on mkt pressure, and the rest on mkt correction.

Definitely a must read for IBD investors and might be the best place to start.
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Excellent step-by-step explanation of IBD's investing system 21 juin 2013
Par Lorraine M - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I'm an IBD meetup organizer (I am not affiliated with IBD in any way and do not work for them). I have been successfully following the CAN SLIM system for many years. Not only have I been successful with my buys, more importantly, by following the IBD system, I have been out of the market at the right times. IBD got me out of the market before the 2008 recession so that I did not lose any money (unlike all of my friends who were having their money professionally managed).

I wish I had had this book when I first started. O'Neil's book is fantastic and the "Bible", but Galgani's book is a perfect "prequel" to O'Neil's book. I love his style - how he walks you through things step by step. It is so clear and easy to understand.

I teach this stuff at my meetup every month and will be loving having this book to use to help me prepare my lessons. I will also be recommending all of my new investors to buy this book!

Highly recommended!

Lorraine Mitchell
Southeast FL IBD Meetup
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A good guide to the CAN SLIM method but lacks updates 7 juillet 2013
Par Dustin Klausmeyer - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is a good step by step how to guide to William O'neills CAN SLIM method , however when I decided to purchase the book my expectation was for some updates on the system to make it more useful in current market conditions as I explain below.
The author believes that a stock picked using the CAN SLIM method is capable of delivering several hundred to one thaousand percent profit, however he advocates that a new investor tries to capture these profits in a stepwise procedure. This involves selling the stock when it moves twenty to twenty five percent above an ideal buy point and then waiting for a new setup giving another ideal buy point. Note that the ideal buy point is not the price you buy at but the ideal price the stock should have been bought at usually on a break out of a certain chart pattern such as double bottom or cup and handle. For this reason, a trader's profit is usually less than the 20% ideal profit assuming the trader is able to tell when the stock reaches 20% above the ideal buy point. My assumption here is that the author believes that with experience an investor is likely to be able to buy closer to the ideal buy point. so this approach, although not my favorite is feasible for beginning investors.

The author also advocates selling a stock when it drops 7-8% below your purchase price ; no questions asked. While this may have been a good approach many years ago, the market volatility has increased significantly. More important is that growth stocks that pass the CAN SLIM model are even much more volatile than the general market. If an investor is to sell according to the method above and then wait for a new setup , it is very likely that he will be shaken out with a 7-8% loss limit multiple times on several entries. Just to give a couple of examples look at two namely, CREE and QIHU that came out of the CAN SLIM method. Multiple shakeouts and corrections of over 10 percent occured making this strategy an easy way to be shaken out. A better strategy is setting your stop taking account of the stock's historical volatility . Although this is easier said than done, I found a couple books that offer an easily implementable approach to doing this where a volatility sensitive parameter is used to accomplish this.
One final point on using the IBD 50, I found out through experience that often you get into a stock in the IBD 50 just before it tanks since most fundamentals look ok. In this case I agree with the author of this book that you should exit based on the chart even if the fundamentals of the stock are telling you otherwise . The author advises exit after a heavy volume selling day indicating that institutions are exiting the stock. While this method may be ok, I believe that using buy and sell momentum indicators are much more useful, since it is often the case that a heavy volume selling day is no more than a shakeout of weak hands.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Clear, Persuasive, and Slightly Flawed 7 juillet 2013
Par Joseph G. Wick - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book is clear, succinct, and imminently actionable. It does a persuasive job of showing that you must trade WITH the market. Like all decent methods, this one tries to put you "with the odds" since you can know the past with certainty but the future only as probabilities.

In markets lacking a strong trend, as recently, there are still individual stocks poised to run ahead. This method advises that you list, familiarize yourself, and watch some of these using the method described. Then, invest when the market assumes an upward trend as defined and measured in Investors' Business Daily (IBD). This makes it a trend-following technique combining both fundamental and technical analysis, which has for a long time appeared to be the most successful technique for (non-day) traders and investors.

A very commendable feature of this book is an extensive discussion of rules for selling, not just for defensive purposes but also to take profits at appropriate times to redeploy your funds.

Unlike other books based on William O'Neil's trend-following CAN SLIM technique it does not go into elaborate detail on each element of the method. It doesn't have to since these elements are generally set forth for subscribers to IBD. The book's major weakness is that it is merely a guidebook to using IBD since you need a subscription to implement it. But, any serious reader should get the free trial IBD subscription and try the system.

The reason I give it only four stars despite the clear and facile writing is that you cannot really use the method without regularly looking at IBD. Also, it is a bull-trend following system which is not the end and be-all of investing.

My major quibble with this method is the crowd effect. The method uses simple chart patterns for timing which is statistically sound. But, it means that many people see the same entry points and exit points at the same time. This means that by the time you get in most of the nectar has been sucked from the flower, and when you decide to sell you are racing a bunch of other people.

My second major quibble is with the philosophy that you are essentially spotting and following the "Big Guys," that is, the major institutions. A review of results in recent years suggests that many of these institutions have not been all that successful. On the other hand, as the book points out, they certainly move individual securities in a big way.

On balance I think this is an extremely clear and useful description of O'Neil's system and a sound purchase for any investor's library.
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