Martin Zweigs Winning on Wall Street by Martin ZweigThis is an older book - written around the mid 80s - with still pertinent insight. Marty Zweig is not purely fundamental, but isnt heavily technical in his approach either. Zweigs mainstream success comes from his ability to predict the bigger picture (i.e. trends in the broader market). The combination of his stock picking acuity, and general market understanding that accentuated his timing, made him into one of the great investors of stock market history. He was heavily influential to other money managers that took interest in his newsletters. This ability to communicate translated into a very understandable, clear, and well-written book.
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Simply link your Qantas Frequent Flyer membership number to your Booktopia account and earn points on eligible orders. Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed. Your points will be added to your account once your order is shipped. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Renowned financier Martin Zweig guides readers to smart investing in the s stock market with proven strategies on how to make informed buy and sell decisions, pick winners, spot major bull and bear trends early, and more.
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He went on to become a successful and influential investment adviser on Wall Street, known for his exhaustive data studies. The Zweig Forecast was the top market advisory for the 15 years period between His forecast delivered a The book also expounds the virtues of companies where buying is done by insiders or at least an absence of heavy insider selling , and that have a relatively strong price action. A stock must meet a slew of earnings-related criteria, showing that its earnings growth is at a high rate over the long haul; persistent over several years in a row; accelerating in more recent quarters; and sustainable, i. He later taught finance at Iona College and Baruch College.
Part 1 - Before the Crash - Wall Street Week October 16, 1987
Martin Zweig. This book tells you more than you ever knew you wanted to know about him personally before getting down to the brass tacks of his investment methodology, but then he delivers one of the best guides to investing ever written. But in the long run, stock prices must come into line with overall economic growth. There is now a high risk of prices falling in a bear market. Therefore investors should abandon buy and hold strategies. Instead, they should move out of the market - not sell everything, but sell something as a hedge against risk.
This book by Martin Zweig is considered to be an investment classic. In the first part of the book Zweig gives an interesting and detailed account of his childhood, high school years, college years, and young professional days. All of these stories either are within the context of investing, or, at the very least, show how his life experiences led to personal growth that contributed to his success. Next, the bulk of the book is devoted to detailed yet easy-to-understand blueprints to his personal market timing model. Zweig, who has a PhD, conducts his fact-based research with detached objectivity. His professor-like style is a refreshing break from the self-promotional style of most investment gurus who are solely concerned with building their personal brand in order to sell more books.