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Martin Zweig's Winning on Wall Street

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ISBN-10: 0446512346

ISBN-13: 9780446512343

Edition: N/A

Authors: Martin Zweig, Morrie Goldfischer

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Renowned financier Martin Zweig guides readers to smart investing in the 1990s stock market with proven strategies on how to make informed buy and sell decisions, pick winners, spot major bull and bear trends early, and more. This constant bestseller was first published in 1986 and first revised in 1990, with 77,000 trade paperback copies sold.
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Book details

List price: $26.00
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 4/10/1986
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 288
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Preface. Some "Do's" and "Dont's" for the Mid-1990s Markets
Introduction. How I Foresaw the Rising Risk - and Profited on the Day of the Crash
How This Book Is Different from All Other Books on the Stock Market and What It Can Do for You
How and Why I Got into Market Analysis and Stock Selection
The Market Averages - What They Mean
Monetary Indicators - "Don't Fight the Fed"
Momentum Indicators - "The Trend Is Your Friend"
Combining Monetary and Momentum Indicators - The Only Investment Model You Will Ever Need
Fighting the Tape - An Invitation to Disaster
Sentiment Indicators - When to Part Company with the Crowd
Seasonal Indicators - A Year-Round Forecasting Guide
Major Bull and Bear Markets - How to Spot Them Early
How to Pick the Winners - The "Shotgun" and "Rifle" Approaches
My Own Stock Selections - Why It's Sometimes Right to Sell "Too Soon"
Stop! How to Manage Your Investments to Minimize Risks and Maximize Profits
Selling Short - It's Not Un-American
Questions and Answers on Investing
Concluding Words to the Intelligent Investor