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John Lux is a former market maker, investment banker, security analyst, venture capitalist. He works now as a financial consultant for venture and public companies and as a private investor. He has degrees and experience in law and quantitative analysis. He is the author of several books, including "How to Find a Home Run Stock," How the Shorts Raid Your Stock, Destroy Your Company and What to Do About It," "Bash the Stock Bashers!," and "How to Pick Hot Reverse Merger Penny Stocks."
Bonds, REITs, Stocks - long, Stocks - short
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We search the market for overlooked, undervalued stocks with exceptional potential using the principles revealed in my book "How to Find a Home Run Stock."
Whether it has entered consciousness or not, we all want maximum return with minimum risk. To get that high return, low risk situation, you have to find undervalued stocks that will soon hit a home run in price. You start by looking where others do not look. You look first for value. I base value on assets
and earnings that exist in present time and are the most liquid and the most certain. I shun risk at this point. Then as you find more truly undervalued stocks, you focus on those that can move, because some undervalued stocks will stay that way forever. My analysis is not just based on fundamentals, I also use my experience in trading to consider factors that affect how the stock will trade in the market. I believe these approaches are unique.They not only tell me what stocks to buy and when, they tell me when to sell for maximum percentage returns per unit of time. In the end, performance is the only metric.
How to Find a Home Run Stock
In " How to Find a Home Run Stock " a professional stock trader tells you how to research, find, accumulate and sell stocks that will double or triple in six months to one year. The book shows you how to pick the "short-term, sure thing." Get it now! How To Find A Home Run Stock tells you: What is value & How
to predict a low on a given stock & How a professional stock trader reads balance sheets and income statements & What financial factors to look for to find a stock that has the potential to make a large move & How to tell if a stock is being accumulated or distributed & Which is more important for maximum gains -- technical or fundamental analysis & What makes a dangerous short sale and what is a great short sale & Which stocks to dump immediately if you hold them & How to evaluate tips and rumors & How to tell if you can trust your broker & The proper use of investment newsletters & How to read and interpret annual reports, 10-Ks, and other corporate documents with lightning speed. Not only does John Lux give you the rules for finding Home Run Stocks, he gives you the rules for finding stocks with minimal downside risk -- and at the same time maximum ability to rocket upward. This book shows you that you don't need to take large risks for large profits -- exactly the opposite, the best returns are made in stocks with the least risk. Get it now. How to Find a Home Run Stock is a practical book -- you will be able to immediately apply the information in the book yourself. After showing you the basic principles, the author takes you through example after example of practical application. You will find out where to get the best information on companies -- the most complete information. You will be run through a trial run of an actual stock on your own. With this exercise you will gain confidence in properly picking stocks. You will want to go out and immediately apply your new knowledge.
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