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How to Make Money in Stocks Getting Started: A Guide to Putting Can Slim Concepts into Action (Anglais) Broché – 1 juillet 2013
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Présentation de l'éditeur
The #1 GROWTH STRATEGY for stock investing
“To be a successful investor, start with the basics and stick to the rules. Matt’s book shows you how to do that. It may be the missing link you’ve been looking for.”
—William J. O’Neil, Investor’s Business Daily Founder and Chairman
“Getting Started takes the guesswork out of investing. Anyone can use these routines and checklists to become a successful investor.”
—Amy Smith, How to Make Money in Stocks—Success Stories
Through both bull and bear markets, Investor’s Business Daily’s CAN SLIM® Investment System has consistently been the #1 growth strategy, according to the American Association of Individual Investors. How to Make Money in Stocks—Getting Started shows you how to put the CAN SLIM System to work for you.
Using an easy-to-follow game plan designed for busy people, you’ll discover:
- 2 simple rules to protect your money
- 3 critical factors to consider before you buy
- Buying & Selling Checklists to help you capture – and keep – solid gains
- Easy-to-follow routines
- How to spot—and deal with—major changes in market direction
- Action Steps and online videos to quickly start using what you learn
Getting Started is the latest addition to the bestselling How to Make Money in Stocks series launched by CAN SLIM creator and Investor’s Business Daily founder William J. O’Neil. Millions of investors have used O’Neil’s strategy to build financial peace of mind. Now it’s your turn!
So whether you’re new to the stock market and a little nervous about jumping in—or if you’ve been investing for awhile, but aren’t yet achieving the kind of results you want—How to Make Money in Stocks—Getting Started gives you a clear, step-by-step path to investing success.
Biographie de l'auteur
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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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.
I gave the book 3 stars because other than that it does seem to be a good practical guide to getting started with Bill O'Neil's CANSLIM system. The fact that the author would publish such a turkey of an "ETF strategy" really gives me pause though...is the rest of his advice--the stuff that I can't verify or test with a computer--just as bad? I don't know. Your guess is as good as mine.
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 investors.com 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.