How to Make Money in Stocks Success Stories: New and Advanced Investors Share Their Winning Secrets (Business Books)

How to Make Money in Stocks Success Stories: New and Advanced Investors Share Their Winning Secrets (Business Books)

How to Make Money in Stocks Success Stories: New and Advanced Investors Share Their Winning Secrets (Business Books)

How to Make Money in Stocks Success Stories: New and Advanced Investors Share Their Winning Secrets (Business Books)

Proven Methods for Stock Market SUCCESS! “Amy’s book is a treasure trove of success stories you should read carefully – each of these investors share what could help you find the top 2% of great stocks.”
―William J. O’Neil, Chairman & Founder of Investor’s Business Daily and author of How to Make Money in Stocks “All you need are one or two great stock in a year and you can achieve some outstanding results.”
―David Ryan, three-time U.S. Investing Champion Millions of investors aroun

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  • 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    CANSLIM Trading System Book, January 17, 2016
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    Ken Fried (San Tan Valley, AZ) –

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    This is the CANSLIM investing system by O’neil owner of investors.com or Investors Business Daily (IBD). I subscribe to IBD and the CANSLIM trading system and find these books compliment their home study courses. The only reason I am giving this 4stars is that because it comes of as an advertisement for the CANSLIM system and you have to subscribe to investors.com and some of their extra products to take full advantage of the system.
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  • 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Too many KEY POINTS, August 10, 2013
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    This review is from: How to Make Money in Stocks Success Stories: New and Advanced Investors Share Their Winning Secrets (Business Books) (Paperback)
    If you like reading about other peoples success and getting a box of 3 to 7 key points mentioned after every2 to 5 pages of text, then this book is for you. Amy has put in about 45 KEY POINT boxes and about 60 full page stock charts in the 200 pages. That means a key point box every 3 pages of text. There are so many of them they blend into one another without an identifiable orderly manner. The book is packed full of all the iBD system key items to consider when investing in stocks and a much easier read than O’Neil’s How to Make Money In Stocks. On the other hand, Matt Galgani has put out a book that probably has as many ACTION STEPS in it as does Amy’s Key points, but it has a very easy to follow methodology. Matt’s book also has a web page associated with it with short videos on most of the chapters. The videos are so good, I feel I could have skipped reading the book and just watched the videos. But, the combo of a well organized book and videos is sure to hit a home run with those who purchase the book
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  • 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s a repeat of CAN SLIM w/ personal success stories. Good book., July 11, 2013
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    Celeste Thoms (Rochester,NY) –

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    Very good book. I like the way it’s formatted and it was different than I expected. The CAN SLIM system is repeated in this book so if you read the other How to Make Money in Stocks books you’re not going to get anything different. Reading how others have used the system is worth the read, at least it was for me.

    The way the book is structured is it talks about the system you’ll use with IBD. This reads like a big advertisement for all of IBD’s services, but all of the How to Make Money in Stocks books do that. After if goes through the IBD system then it goes through how other people have used the system. The only thing I didn’t like was it doesn’t talk about the cons of the system and what to look out for. You’ll spot some pitfalls here and there, but it really doesn’t give you an honest overview of how it is to invest. You’re not always going to have the rosy returns the book describes.
    The other way the book is structured is it will give you a host of examples from other users first and then highlight their methods in an overview. I like the way it is structured because it makes it very easy to go back and review. I’m reading on the kindle and kindle app for the iPad and the way it is written makes it easy to go through the pages and find good advice.

    The advice is very good and not everyone in the book goes about picking stocks in the same way. You’ll find that a lot of the methods are similar and the methods I see popping up the most are the ones I implement into my own strategy. I also did not mind the repeated overview of the CAN SLIM system. I actually found that the way she wrote it out was easier to understand.

    Reading these books can be hard to get through because it does feel like an advertisement than a strategy book, but their strategies are a part of the services IBD provides. I’ve used the IBD strategies and services. I have earned more than I’ve lost, so I do love the system. If it just so happens you have no idea if you want to purchase a subscription to IBD I would recommend you do get it. Especially the two week try out. I got a two month digital edition try out for just $25. If you can find that, that’s a good value. I personally do not subscribe to the paper. I think it’s a waste. I get the digital edition. The digital edition offers you the online services as well as access to the newspaper through the IBD app. I like the app because I can go through a number of previous issues and I can get the current issue by 2AM. The digital issue is cheaper and the paper edition will tack on a few more dollars. It’s not worth it unless you just like newspapers. You’ll get the same services with just the digital edition alone.

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