Insider Buy Superstocks

Author: Jesse C. Stine
ISBN: 9780615818450
Size: 17,84 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Read: 149

Capital Compounders

Author: Robin Speziale
Editor: Robin R. Speziale
ISBN: 1720210802
Size: 12,15 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 382

FROM NATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR ROBIN R. SPEZIALE – LEARN HOW TO MAKE MONEY INVESTING IN GROWTH STOCKS In Capital Compounders, DIY Investor & National Bestselling Author Robin R. Speziale makes it easy for anyone to beat the market and make money investing in growth stocks! Robin R. Speziale shares his journey building a $300,000+ stock portfolio before 30 (and how you can too!) by investing in growth stocks or “Capital Compounders” – stocks that double, and then double again, and again on the market. Capital Compounder stocks have achieved the “tenbagger” ($1 turns into $10), and some even the “100-bagger” ($1 turns into $100) status. Mr. Speziale discusses the commonalities of today’s market-beating growth stocks so that you can find the next ones in the future. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THE BOOK: How you can turn $0 into $300,000 (and more) by saving, and then investing in growth stocksWhy growth investing is better than value investingWhat top growth stocks (“Capital Compounders”) have in common72 Rules for investing stocks; winning in the market, and managing a portfolioActual examples of tenbagger (10x return) and 100-bagger (100x return) stocks75+ events, and corporate developments that move stocksHow a hedge fund manager achieved a 24% compound annual return (since 1998!)50+ predictions for the futureExclusive interviews with a small-cap technology analyst, and a growth hedge fund managerHow to decode market psychology, and control your own behavioural biasesGrowth investing strategies from the world's top growth investorsDaily routine – how to stay on top of the stock market, and find new growth ideas100+ Free DIY investor resources (all of my favourites!)PLUS – FREE Investment Newsletter Subscription (inside the book) Capital Compounders is for both budding and seasoned investors. It’s entertaining (because finance can be dry), and includes lots of easy-to-learn tips and strategies on growth investing that you can apply in the stock market. Robin R. Speziale is a DIY Investor and Globe and Mail National Bestselling Author; Market Masters (2016). He's been investing in the stock market since 2005, and built a $300,000+ portfolio before 30. Mr. Speziale lives in Toronto, Ontario. Visit and email Robin – [email protected]


Author: Mary Ann Blitt
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781413000689
Size: 14,19 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Read: 454

Created through a “student-tested, faculty-approved” review process with thousands of students and hundreds of faculty, EXPLORACIONES is an engaging and accessible solution to accommodate the diverse lifestyles of today’s learners. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Superstock Investor

Author: Charles M. LaLoggia
Editor: McGraw-Hill Trade
ISBN: 9780071360838
Size: 18,36 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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This is a guide to identifying and selecting undervalued stocks before they become true superstocks. The book provides guidelines for spotting the top nine takeover clues, ways the media reveal superstocks and how to use charts to find and analyze undervalued companies.

Tradestream Your Way To Profits

Author: Zack Miller
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470637111
Size: 19,36 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Author: Bertie Charles Forbes
Size: 17,19 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Read: 374

Shamans Software And Spleens

Author: James Boyle
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674805224
Size: 11,19 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Read: 175

Who owns your genetic information? Might it be the doctors who, in the course of removing your spleen, decode a few cells and turn them into a patented product? In 1990 the Supreme Court of California said yes, marking another milestone on the information superhighway. This extraordinary case is one of the many that James Boyle takes up in Shamans, Software, and Spleens, a timely look at the infinitely tricky problems posed by the information society. Discussing topics ranging from blackmail and insider trading to artificial intelligence (with good-humored stops in microeconomics, intellectual property, and cultural studies along the way), Boyle has produced a work that can fairly be called the first social theory of the information age. Now more than ever, information is power, and questions about who owns it, who controls it, and who gets to use it carry powerful implications. These are the questions Boyle explores in matters as diverse as autodialers and direct advertising, electronic bulletin boards and consumer databases, ethno-botany and indigenous pharmaceuticals, the right of publicity (why Johnny Carson owns the phrase "Here's Johnny!"), and the right to privacy (does J. D. Salinger "own" the letters he's sent?). Boyle finds that our ideas about intellectual property rights rest on the notion of the Romantic author--a notion that Boyle maintains is not only outmoded but actually counterproductive, restricting debate, slowing innovation, and widening the gap between rich and poor nations. What emerges from this lively discussion is a compelling argument for relaxing the initial protection of authors' works and expanding the concept of the fair use of information. For those with an interest in the legal, ethical, and economic ramifications of the dissemination of information--in short, for every member of the information society, willing or unwilling--this book makes a case that cannot be ignored.