Stock market logic: a sophisticated approach to profits on Wall Street

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Institute for Econometric Research, 1976 - Business & Economics - 370 pages
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This classic, first published in 1976, has gone through 18 printings and sold more than a half-million copies. It offers comprehensive coverage of the stock market for investors and professionals, and presents a coherent philosophy, showing how investors with reasonable objectives can use this approach to reap steady rewards. Includes discussions on market indicators, econometrics and the market and stock selection theories. It outlines a financial management system to measure the market and keep score, and explains how to use market logic and mutual funds to maximize profit and reduce risk.

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I learned stock market logic and learned that if you "buy low and sell high" that you can make more money. Also, I had no idea that market fluxuates (sp)and that I should not have invested in sweet corn futures. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
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STOCK MARKET INDICATORS 1 Riches Beyond the Dreams of Avarice
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The Dow Theory
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