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Trade Like an o'Neil Disciple How We Made over 18,000% in the Stock Market

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ISBN-10: 0470616539

ISBN-13: 9780470616536

Edition: 2010

Authors: Gil Morales, Chris Kacher

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Trade Like Bill O'Neil is a detailed look at how to trade William O'Neil strategies under various market conditions by two O'Neil insiders - something never before written about. From their successes to their failures, the authors show the trades including the set ups, buy, add, and sell points for their winners and then turn the magnifying glass on themselves to analyze their mistakes, how much they cost, how they reacted, and what they learned. While they have had great success over the years, they suffered their fair share of losing trades and mistakes, some from hubris. From there they present sub-strategies they have created using the O'Neil methodologies as a basis for buying pocket…    
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List price: $52.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 9/17/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 384
Size: 6.20" wide x 9.10" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
The Evolution of Excellence: The O'Neil Trading Method
Preparation, Study, and Practice
Buy Expensive-Not Cheap-Stocks
Averaging Down
Cutting Losses Quickly
Taking Profits Too Soon-Letting Your Winners Run
Position Concentration
Dealing in Big Stocks and Institutional Sponsorship
Chart Patterns
Pivotal Points versus Pivot Points
Timing the Market: When to Be In, When to Be Out
Emotions and Predictions
Listening to Opinions, News, and Tips
Overtrading
The O'Neil Approach: Techno-Fundamentalism
Conclusion
How Chris Kacher Made Over 18,000 Percent in the Stock Market Over Seven Years
Gaining a Foothold in the Business
1996-"Y2K" Stocks Put Me Over the Top
1997-Keeping Profits during the Asian Contagion
1998-Demoralization Sets In Just Before the Market Takes Off
1999-The Bubble Expands
2000-The Bubble Bursts
2001-A Lesson in Shorting
2002-to Present-Choppy, Sideways Markets and the Birth of the Pocket Pivot
How Gil Morales Made Over 11,000 Percent in the Stock Market
A Rocky Start Turns Golden
Climbing on Board the Rocket Ride
Joining the 1,000 Percent Club
Oracle Bubbles Up
Patience and a Watchful Eye
Cleared for Take-Off
Verisign: The "Spice in the Soup"
Sitting Not Thinking
Closing In on the Top
The Theme of Success
The Secret Ingredients
Failing Forward
The Psychology of Success Lies in Taming the Ego
Learning from Our Mistakes
Problems, Situations, and Solutions
Conclusion
Tricks of the Trade
Dr. K's Laboratory: The Pocket Pivot Advantage
Characteristics of Pocket Pivots
Definition of a Pocket Pivot Buy Point
Pocket Pivots and Standard Breakout Buy Points
Buying "in the Pocket"
Bottom-Fishing with Pocket Pivots
Continuation Pocket Pivots: Using the 10-Day Moving Average
Improper or "Do Not Buy" Pocket Pivot Points
Using Moving Averages as Sell Guides
Dr. K's Laboratory: Buying Gap-Ups in Leading Stocks
Selling Techniques Using the 10-Day and 50-Day Moving Averages
Putting It All Together
Conclusion
Riding the Bear Wave: Timely Tools for Selling Stocks Short
The Golden Rules of Short-Selling
Short-Sale Set-Ups
Shorting Rocket Stocks
Conclusion
Dr. K's Market Direction Model
Timing the Market
Chart Examples
Stealing the Model's Secrets
Timing Model FAQ
Conclusion
Our Bill of Commandments
Misconceptions
Surviving by Keeping Ego in Check
The First Commandment
The Second Commandment
The Third Commandment
The Fourth Commandment
The Fifth Commandment
The Sixth Commandment
The Seventh Commandment
The Eighth Commandment
The Ninth Commandment
The Tenth Commandment
Conclusion
In the Trenches with Bill O'Neil
1997-1998
1999-2000
The Great Bear of 2001-2002
2003-2005 Bull Market
Conclusion
Trading Is Life; Life Is Trading
Teaching a Technique That Has Helped Traders around the World
Helping People Achieve Inner Peace and Greater Fulfillment, a Prerequisite to Optimized Trading and Living
Teacher of the Law of Attraction
Seminal Works on Personal Optimization
Psychological Checklist: Questions to Ask Yourself
Parallels between Teachings
In Conclusion
Appendix: Dr. K's Top 50 Wall Street Books
About the Authors
Index