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The Successful Investor: What 80 Million People Need to Know to Invest Profitably and Avoid Big Lossesby William J. O'neil
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FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE BUSINESSWEEK, USA TODAY, AND WALL STREET JOURNAL BUSINESS BESTSELLER HOW TO MAKE MONEY IN STOCKS!
Simple-to-follow strategies for making--and keeping--profits in today's perilous stock market
More than 80 million investors lost 50 to 80 percent of their savings in the recent stock market crash. Investor's Business Daily publisher William J. O'Neil, however, was one of the first to see--and warn investors about--the dangers inherent in what had been, up to that point, a historic bull market run. Those who followed his counsel were able to sidestep devastating losses and emerge with their sizable bull market profits largely intact.
In The Successful Investor, O'Neil steps up to tell all investors how they can make money and, more important, avoid losses in up markets, down markets, and everything in between. Showing how mistakes made in the recent market collapse were amazingly similar to those made in previous down cycles, O'Neil reveals simple steps investors can follow to avoid costly mistakes and:
William O'Neil has succeeded in virtually every market environment by following a stable, nonemotional investment plan. In his latest book, O'Neil explains how anyone can follow that plan to become a profitable long-term investor, regardless of market tides or turns.
The Successful Investor will bring reason and welcome relief to all investors buffeted and bewildered by the perils and uncertainty of today's stock market.
This guide offers simple steps investors can follow to earn back what they've lost and to build a portfolio that withstands any fluctuation in the market. Amongst other things, readers learn how to understand a stock's potential by watching its performance during its earliest stage.
Commonsense Strategies for Making--and Keeping--Money In Today's High-Risk, High-Reward Stock Market
In today's fast-paced, every-investor-for-himself financial marketplace, it's sometimes hard to tell whose advice you can trust. Still, each day, smart investors around the world choose to trust William J. O'Neil, publisher of Investor's Business Daily and author of the million-plus bestseller How to Make Money in Stocks?
Why? Because Bill O'Neil knows better than most how to win on Wall Street--and is legendary for sharing his secrets with anyone who will listen.
In The Successful Investor, O'Neil outlines how independent investors can move with the market instead of against it, and increase their profits by relying on sound, time-tested rules instead of hot tips and irrational greed. Let The Successful Investor show you how to:
Bill O'Neil will be the first to admit that he has no inside knowledge about what will happen in tomorrow's market. What he does know how to do is profit if the market goes up, and keep from losing those profits when the markets head south. In The Successful Investor, O'Neil reveals what his decades in the market have taught him, and outlines a stable, nonemotional investment plan designed to comfort and protect investors buffeted and bewildered by the today's tumultuous stock market.
O'Neil steps up to tell all investors how they can make money and avoid losses in up markets, down markets, and everything in between. Showing how mistakes made in the recent market collapse were similar to those in previous down cycles, O'Neil reveals simple steps investors can follow to avoid costly mistakes.
About the Author
William J. O'Neil is the founder and chairman of Investor's Business Daily, one of the world's leading financial newspapers, O'Neil is internationally regarded as a trusted source of investment research and advice. He is the bestselling author of How to Make Money in Stocks, 24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success, and other essential investment titles.
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