Beating the Dow: A High-return, Low-risk Method for Investing in the Dow Jones Industrial Stocks with as Little as $5,000

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HarperCollins, 1991 - Business & Economics - 268 pages
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One of America's canniest stock market wizards O'Higgins has beaten the Dow Jones Industrial Average return year in and year out since becoming a money manager. Here he shows how all investors can make a lot of money.

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Beating the Dow: a high-return, low-risk method for investing in the Dow Jones industrial stocks with as little as $5, 000

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Two contrasting investment methods are offered by these titles. O'Higgins, a 20-year veteran of Wall Street, espouses a system that limits the stock universe to the 30 stocks in the Dow Jones ... Read full review

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A must read for any investor. Good basics on the market as well as some real insights in to what worksnot a difficult read and even somewhat entertaining. Read full review

Contents

Why Common Stocks Are the Best
7
Why Invest in the Dow Industrials?
13
How the Pros Try to Beat
19
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About the author (1991)

O'Higgins ranks in the top 10% of all money managers in the U.S.

Downes is a financial consultant and editor of a respected investment newsletter.

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