Stock Investing for Everyone: Tools for Investing Like the Pros

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Stocks Advisory Group, Sep 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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First, the reader is given a thorough introduction to investment principles and strategies. Instructions are provided on how to screen, rank, and select stocks using different investment strategies. Shows how to conduct comprehensive fundamental analysis on a company in order to determine whether to buy or not. Also covers other important aspects such as selling strategies, portfolio, and risk management.

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Contents

Fundamental and Technical Analysis
1
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
7
CONCLUDING REMARKS
19
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About the author (1998)

Arshad Khan has taught at the University of California--Berkeley and the University of California--Santa Cruz, where he developed data warehousing courses. He is the author of 10 books, including "Data Warehousing 101" and" Implementing SAP with an ASAP Methodology," He lives in San Jose, California.

Zuberi is a senior trader with Schonfeld Securities. He ranked in the top 5 percent of proprietary traders from 1990-97.

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