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Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard: How to Achieve Super Performance in Stocks in Any Market par [Minervini, Mark]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

"Minervini has run circles around most PhDs trying to design systems to beat the market." -- JACK SCHWAGER, bestselling author of Stock Market Wizards

"Mark's book has to be on every investor's bookshelf. It is about the most comprehensive work I have ever read on investing in growth stocks." -- DAVID RYAN, three-time U.S. Investing Champion

"[Minervini is] one of the most highly respected independent traders of our generation. His experience and past history of savvy market calls is legendary." -- CHARLES KIRK, The Kirk Report

"One of Wall Street's most remarkable success stories." -- BEN POWER, Your Trading Edge


Dramatically increase your stock market returns with the legendary SEPA system!

For the first time ever, U.S. Investing Champion Mark Minervini reveals the proven, time-tested trading system he used to achieve triple-digit returns for five consecutive years, averaging 220% per year for a 33,500% compounded total return.

In Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard, Minervini unveils his trademarked stock market method SEPA, which provides outsized returns in virtually every market by combining careful risk management, self-analysis, and perseverance. He explains in detail how to select precise entry points and preserve capital—for consistent triple- digit returns.

Whether you're just getting started in the stock market or you're a seasoned pro, Minervini will show how you how to achieve SUPERPERFORMANCE! You'll gain valuable knowledge as he shares lessons, trading truths, and specific tactics--all derived from his 30-year career as one of America's most successful stock traders.

Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard teaches you:

  • How to find the best stocks before they make big price gains
  • How to avoid costly mistakes made by most investors
  • How to manage losses and protect profits
  • How to avoid high-risk situations
  • Precisely when to buy and when to sell
  • How to buy an IPO
  • Why traditional valuation doesn't work for fast-growing Superperformers
  • Examples of Minervini's personal trades with his comments

With more than 160 chart examples and numerous case studies proving the remarkable effectiveness of Minervini's methodology, Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard puts in your hands one of the most effective and--until now--secretive stock investing systems in the world.

MARK MINERVINI has a trademarked stock market method that produces outsized returns in virtually every market. It's called Specific Entry Point Analysis--SEPA--and it has been proven effective for selecting precise entry points, preserving capital and profi ts with even more precise exit points--and consistently producing triple-digit returns.

Now, in Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard, Minervini shares--for the fi rst time ever--his coveted methodology with investors like you!

Biographie de l'auteur

MARK MINERVINI, one of America's most successfulstock traders, has been a veteran of Wall Street for nearly 30 years. He founded Minervini Private Access, an online members-only platform that provides real-time access to his SEPA stock trades. He also conducts a live Master Trader Program where attendees experience hands-on education about his methodology.

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Mark Minervini trader d'exception explique sa façon de sélectionner des actions à haut potentiel. S'appuyant sur l'analyse technique et le risk management le trader montre que gagner régulièrement et avec un risque limité est possible... Sous réserve d'être discipliné.
Bon ouvrage, qui est pédagogique mais qui devra être bien potassé pour avoir des résultats probants. A acheter pour tout trader ou gérant de portefeuille actions.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Far from "everything" 20 avril 2013
Par jfri - Publié sur
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On November 20, 2012 on Twitter Mark Minervini responded to some guy aksing what does he share in his book. Mark's reply was: "I threw everything but the kitchen sink in it."

I've followed Minervini very closely for about 3 years on Twitter and his blog. I've read virtually everything that has been ever published about him. I analyzed his trades and market calls that he published on Twitter and in interviews. And I can assure you that he did not share "everything" with us in his book.

I won't discuss book contents into details as many other reviewers have done so. The most important part that is missing are the exact buy and sell points. Minervini spend a lot of time discussing how to find a stock to buy, fundamentally and technically. All credits to Mark for that. These chapters are as complete as they can be. But every trader that has been around for some time knows very well that the difficult part is not how to find a stock. After a year or two of studying markets we all become a pretty good stock pickers. The difficult part is how to enter a trade at exactly the right time and when exactly to sell it, not to let profits evaporate and at the same time not to sell to soon. There is not a single one intraday chart in the whole book. I strongly doubt that Mark buys off daily charts as you would probably conclude. Selling techniques described are scarce. Besides, I'd like to read much more about specific money management techinques that he uses. Also, Mark is known to emphasize the importance of determining market direction. Way, way, way too little said about that in the book.

In short, I think this book is more of a marketing attempt to promote himself and his paid service. That's why it is so cheap. I expected a price at least ten times higher, but now I see why he made it accessible for anyone. Novices will probably get excited (they buy stock picking services), but experienced traders will know that some major parts are missing. Book is full of stories, anecdotes and metaphores and very fun to read, but please don't expect that you will make any money by using exactly the method described in the book. Or rather try and you will soon realize that the real secrets to Mark's success were still kept secretes.

And one final note. We should probably disregard Mark's 1995 to 2000 performance. I think it is completely irrelevant for current market conditions. I would very much like to see his performance after internet bubble. The same applies for all other market wizards like Gil Morales, Chris Cacher, Dan Zanger and others who got rich (and famous) during the internet bubble era.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 In stock market, there is a season for every trading methodology 16 avril 2013
Par gli3 - Publié sur
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I have been trading for a long time. I am always wondering how come all the trading books in Amazon can get glowing reviews. Did every author call up their buddies and let them pump up the book?

Mr. Minervini's canslim variety worked in 1999. After that, the market changed significantly. Sure, 2003 bull market and 2007 bull market worked with his methodology, if you caught those true market leaders, but it is far far far from effective like it used to be.

O'Neil boys, like david Ryan, Mark Minervini, and later ones like Gil Morales have performed much less stellar now than their 1999 period. Those returns are just some past glory. For one, Gil Morales had 18000% compounding returns in the raging bull market of 1995-99, but in raging bull market of 2009 had a 72% draw down. The answer? the market has changed.

If you are REALLY honest and you REALLY want to figure out what is going on, read the original Market Wizard interview of Minervini, and you will find out that during that interview, Minervini DID NOT want to tell any details about his methodology, and he tried hard to HIDE the way how he trade, and he even forced the author to turn off the tape recorder before he explained his methodology. Read it, his behavior during the interview was clearly documented.

You do not need to be a genius to know that the one who knows how to make money will NEVER tell his methodology to invite competition. That is exactly what Minervini did at that time. But now, don't to think it is funny and strange that Minervini suddenly become so "generous" and wants to share his methodology to "help" you make money?

Another thing that so many people failed to mention in their glowing review of this book, is trend following and canslim methodology require you to have a type of psychology that "knows" how to sit, and how to avoid shakeout, and if you get shakeout how to buy back... Minvervini failed to mention those things on how to handle a true market winner in his book (he did talked a little about buyback after initial shakeout, but not how to handle violent shakeout during stock's upward zoom), but those are the key things to make big money.

Believe me, how to handling a winning stock right is far more critical than how to buy the stock. That is exactly how Minervini made his money, but how come such a generous person rarely mention those things in his book?

Trading methodology is never the key to trading success. Your tradng psychology and portfolio management are far more important. Even if the trading methodology is great, you have to know if the methodology match your personal psychology make up. Unfortunately, Minervini seldom mention those things in his book, either.

so much about this "must have" and "must read" book in your trading library!

I welcome Mr. minervini response to my comments, especially now the market is in correction, 4/16/2013.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must read book 4 avril 2013
Par T. Caniano - Publié sur
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This is a great book. It is an absolute steal for $13. I would pay ten times that amount for this book. Minervini's system is very similar to CANSLIM. Minervini spends the first part of his book discussing some misconceptions that many investors believe such as overvaluing the importance of PE and buying stocks because they appear cheap. In the next section he discusses the fundamental traits of big winners, such as the need for EPS and sales growth. Chapters 9 and 10 are an absolute gold mine. In chapter 9, Mark discusses how to find market leaders and in chapter 10 he discusses pivot points and how to enter the stock at the right time. If you've read How to make money in stocks, you will recognize the cup and handle and Flag patterns. However, Mark spends time on discussing how to know if the cup and handle is valid and reliable. In addition, he also discusses the 3C cup cheat which is a way to enter a cup and handle pattern prior to the traditional Oneil pivot point. Moreover, I really liked that Mark spent time discuss what to do if a breakout fails and how to know if a stock is acting healthy (he calls it a tennis ball) or poorly (an egg) after the breakout. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoyed reading How to make money in stocks. I found it to be the perfect addition to Oneil's book. This is truly a classic, I would put it up with Stan Weinstein's book, Reminisces of a Stock Operator, Darvas' book, the Market Wizards, and of course How to Make Money in Stocks. I actually got this book at 3pm yesterday. A day later, I'm already up to page 257. This is a must read for any stock market junkie.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A New Investment Classic 3 novembre 2013
Par Gregory Feirman - Publié sur
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Most investment books aren’t worth the paper they’re written on. Authors who have never experienced real investment success espouse the conventional wisdom: index funds, blue chips, buy and hold, etc…

Every once in a while, however, there is a true gem: Reminisces Of A Stock Operator, My Story by Bernard Baruch, How To Make Money In Stocks by William O’Neil, No Bull by Michael Steinhardt, Beat The Street and One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch, the Stock Market Wizards series by Jack Schwager. It’s no coincidence that all were written by or about investors with extraordinary track records. How can we expect to learn extraordinary performance except from those who have actually achieved it?

Add another to the list of investment classics: Trade Like A Stock Market Wizard by Mark Minervini. Minervini is one of the greatest independent traders of our generation. Starting with nothing, he made himself a multimillionaire through trading alone by the time he was 34 years old. In a five and a half year period starting in mid-1994, Minervini achieved a 220% annual compounded return, including winning the US Investment Championship in 1997. This is someone whose track record speaks for itself.

More than a decade ago, in an interview with Jack Schwager for one of his Stock Market Wizards books, Minervini summed up his investment philosophy: “My basic philosophy is: Expose your portfolio to the best stocks the market has to offer and cut your losses very quickly when you’re wrong. That one sentence essentially describes my strategy.” Trade Like A Stock Market Wizard is an extended explication of what that actually means.

This isn’t a get rich quick book. Minervini begins by explaining that learning how to trade in the stock market requires a lengthy education. In his case, it took 6 years of losing before he put it all together: “When I began trading in the early 1980s, I endured a six-year period when I didn’t make any money in stocks. In fact, I had a net loss” (pg. 5).

In Chapter 4, “Value Comes At A Price”, Minervini contradicts the conventional wisdom about buying stocks with a low P/E. According to him, in fact, many of the best performing stocks actually sport high P/E ratios: “Most of the best growth stocks seldom trade at a low P/E ratio. In fact, many of the biggest winning stocks in history traded at more than 30 or 40 times earnings before they experienced their largest advance….. The really exciting, fast growing companies with big potential are not going to be found in the bargain bin. You don’t find top notch merchandise at the dollar store” (pg. 44). Summing up, Minervini concludes: “My suggestion is to forget this metric [P/E ratio] and seek out companies with the greatest potential for earnings growth” (pg. 54).

In Chapter 5, “Trading With The Trend”, Minervini hammers home the primary role technicals play in his stock selection: “When I am screening for superperformance stocks, my initial filter is rooted in strict qualifying criteria that are based purely on a stock’s technical action and is designed to align my purchase with the prevailing primary trend…. Simply put, no matter how good a company looks fundamentally, certain technical standards must be met for it to qualify as a buy candidate” (pg. 63). Amplifying this point later in the chapter he writes: “To compound your capital rapidly, you must be where the action is; you can’t afford to have your money tied up in a stock waiting for what you think is a great fundamental story to get noticed by the rest of the world” (pg. 83).

It’s worth pointing out that this runs contrary to the practice of many great value investors who seek out stocks that are undervalued and misunderstood by the market. They get in early and make their money when the market comes around to their point of view. Unlike Minervini, they are willing to wait when they have conviction in their fundamental analysis.

In Chapter 7, “Fundamentals To Focus On”, Minervini tells you what he’s looking for fundamentally: “[Superperformance stocks] are going strong because of a powerful force behind them: growth – real growth – in earnings and sales” (pg. 118). Later in the chapter: “Really successful companies generally report earnings increases of 30 to 40 percent or more during their superperformance phase” (pg. 127).

Chapter 9, “Follow The Leaders”, sums up the kind of stocks Minervini likes: “I made 99 percent of my profits in the stock market by trading the leading names” (pg. 161). As far as timing: “More than 90 percent of superperformance stocks emerge from bear markets and general market corrections” (pg. 164). In other words, the big money is made buying the leading stocks that emerge first from nasty bear markets. For example, think about hedge fund manager David Tepper who made billions buying the financials coming out of the 2007-09 bear market.

Trade Like A Stock Market Wizard is a great book by a great trader. For those of us interested in the market, it’s one we can’t afford not to read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Honestly informative and to the point, Great work!! 9 avril 2014
Par Ron - Publié sur
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As most other traders on the globe, I myself have read numerous books on finance and trading in particular. Most of the reputable books written by well known authors in the trading realm. I came across Mark's book because I have subscribed to his tweeter feed. At first I wasn't sure if he was just always promoting his book to compensate from the sales. But I did more research on him and his background. On his website he mentions his annual event that he hosts, and last year he had David Ryan as guest speaker at that event. If you haven't heard of David Ryan, please read Market wizard by Jack Schwager. I said to myself if David Ryan had written a foreword to this book I should at least read it and evaluate it's content. I must say I was very impressed.

Literally, this book may become a classic, he really explains what is vitally important to look for when searching for good companies to trade in. I found that the last two chapters in the book are the most important and he emphasizes on the importance of risk management. He brings clarity on the stop loss rule and the mathematical results if your stock is 10% below your purchase price and you haven't sold it. Mark mentioned in a podcast on @don'ttalkaboutyourstocks, that he had wanted to add chapters based on when to sell to keep most of your gains,but his publisher said it would be too much content. I realized after many of my trades, that the selling part is actually more important than the buying part. Well, he pointed out that if he were to write another book he'll add that in.

For those of you contemplating on purchasing this book, at the price that it sells for it is worth the investment. It will save you the cost of the book and more if you apply his concepts. I would imagine that this book could be good for beginners, but only after you have read William O'Neil's book: How to make money in stocks, first. Basically Mark brings clarity to many of the questions in that book.

Congratulations Mark on a well written book.
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