How And When To Invest In The Stock Market: Unique Approach To Winning Market Trading Strategies
by Kantilal R. Patel /
1999 / English / PDF
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A unique approach with supporting market data (1986 to 2005) and case studies are presented by the author. The approach is simple and easy to use and follow. This revised edition includes experience gained from market period from year 2000 to 2005. The methodology discussed in the previous edition stood well during the difficult market conditions from year 2000 to 2003. This book shows investors how and when to invest in stocks, mutual funds and index options. The trading strategies are based on market timing techniques, with emphasis on technical analysis. It will expose investors to an exciting new approach in timing the trades. The methodology is based on detecting the short-term and long-term market trends and how to strategically trade the market to maximize gain situations and to minimize loss occurrences. The book contains many examples and case studies including short and long term trading scenarios with loss and profit tally to help investors to gain better understanding of the methodology. This book is unique and different from other books on the subject matter. It makes the investing process foolproof. Buy and sell signals generated by the methodology presented in this book make the investing process mechanical without any attachment or emotional feeling for the stock market. In general, it tells investors when to get in the stock market and when to step aside. It removes the damaging effect of emotions and feelings from the investing process. Readers should note that based on Section 103(F) included in this revised edition, $1,000 invested in S&P 500 index on 2/1/1991, and parking the money in the interest bearing money market account during the bear market period from 10/6/00 to 5/2/03, and then reinvested back into S&P 500 index on 5/2/03 would approximately accumulate to $6,000 by end of March 31, 2006. That equals an annualized simple return of approximately 33%. However, readers must remember that the past performance is no guarantee of future results. This book is designed to help to get the most from investments with the least amount of effort and should serve both the novice and the experienced investors. This book is for those who: Believe in investing time before investing their hard-earned money. Are seriously concerned, but unsuccessful in their quest for investing and interested to become a successful investor. Do not want to repeat the common mistakes in playing stock market and want to push the odds in their favor for maximizing gains. Have general knowledge of the stock market, stocks, mutual funds and market indexes, such as DJIA, DJTA, S&P 500, S&P 100 and VLG, and some familiarity with business newspapers, such as Baron's, Investor's Business Daily and The Wall Street Journal. Are willing to spare at least one hour of their time every week for collecting market data, and tabulating and analyzing them in accordance with Chapter 2.