Winning With Stocks: The Smart Way to Pick Investments, Manage Your Portfolio, and Maximize Profits
With a refreshing absence of jargon—and a substantial dose of straightforward guidance and explanation—Winning with Stocks breaks down the basics of making the kind of investment decisions that will pay off. Covering the most valuable indicators of ck market performance—such as current ratio and debt ratio, revenue trend, net return, price history, volatility, P/E ratio, and trading range trends—the book shows readers how to take advantage of opportunities while limiting risks. Readers will learow to uncover the best stocks, determine what to believe in the popular press, manage liquidity, employ technical tests to analyze companies’ performance, and more. Supplying practical tools and illuminating examples, the book gives readers the guidance ainformation they need to control their individual portfolios, take control of their investments, and maximize their long-term success in the ever-changing market.
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This is the 'Retirement Planning Edition" of my best selling book. "What All Stock & Mutual Fund Investors Should Know!. It contains additional information on Annuities, Long Term Care Insurance, and updated cases and arbitration awards.
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Praise for SMALL STOCKS for BIG PROFITS "George has done it again with Small Stocks for Big Profits. His in-depth experience is invaluable in helping traders explore stocks that are $5 or less, without getting caught up in the fly-by-night idea companies that plague this investment level. He ...
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Michael Moe was one of the first research analysts to identify Starbucks as a huge opportunity following its IPO in 1992. And for more than fifteen years, he has made great calls on many other stocks, earning a reputation as one of today's most insightful market experts. Now he shows how winners ...