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Cotter on Investing Taking the Bull Out of the Markets: Practical Advice and Tips from an Experienced Investor

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ISBN-10: 0857190199

ISBN-13: 9780857190192

Edition: 2011

Authors: John Cotter

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Book details

List price: $33.38
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Harriman House Publishing
Publication date: 9/17/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.726
Language: English

Why Buy Shares?
Your financial future
Are shares a good investment?
Do you trust yourself or a professional?
Is it feasible to invest yourself?
A Common Sense Approach to Investing
The application of common sense
Keeping it simple
The PE Ratio
Calculating the PE
Interpretation of the PE
Market comparisons
The Rule of 20
The Mighty PEG
What is the PEG?
Using the PEG
PEG limitations
Where to find PEG data
Investing for Dividends
High dividend portfolios
Defining the key terms
The importance of reinvesting dividends
Dogs of the Dow - a portfolio with bite
One final point - maiden dividends
Asset allocation
The need for balance
Global diversification
Sectors and stocks
Your risk profile
Director's Deals
What are director's deals?
Not every deal is the same
Following director's dealings in practice
Charting the Way
Three principles of technical analysis
Does charting work?
Case studies
Trend changes
History repeats itself
Investing or Trading?
The trading investor
Volatility as a Good Thing
Trend trading
Investors and traders play by different rules
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
Range of ETFs
How ETFs can be used by investors
ETC hedging and credit risk
The fifth asset class
How to invest in commodities
Smarter Ways to Deal
The types of contingent order
The benefits of Advanced Deal Mechanisms
Trading with ADMs
What level do you set for limit and stop orders?
Disadvantages of stop orders
My own ADM experience
My Top Tips for Long-Term Investors
PEs and PEGs of FTSE100 Companies