Market timing for the nineties: the five key signals for when to buy, hold, and sell

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HarperBusiness, Jun 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
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One of America's preeminent market gurus and the editor of Personal Finance magazine provides specific indicators for judging the stock market--signals that are applicable to any economic environment. Leeb also shows how to buy stocks low and sell them high in this priceless guide.

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Contents

The Key to the Market
1
Closest to a Sure Thing
17
Why Bad News Is Good News
28
Fact and Fiction
41
Go with the Flow
55
The Key to Value
71
The Big Picture
90
FineTuning for FirstRate Results
106
What Goes Down Must Come Up
115
Picking the Right Stocks
128
When It Pays to Think Small
139
Seven Steps to Mutual Fund Profits
151
Economic Forecasting
161
The Next Ten Years
173
Index
179
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About the author (1993)

Stephen Leeb is one of the nation's leading experts on finances and Wall Street Trends. Based in NYC, he's a regular contributor to all of the major financial networks including CNBC, FOX Business, Bloomberg, and all the rest.

ROGER S. CONRAD edits Utility Forecaster, a twelve-year-old newsletter from KCI Communications which has a subscription list of more than 20,000. He is also the coauthor of two other books.

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