The bestselling guide to buying stocks, from the founder of Investor’s Business Daily­­now completely revised and updated

When it was first published, How to Make Money in Stocks hit the investing world like a jolt, providing readers with the first in-depth explanation of William J. O’Neil’s innovative CAN SLIM investing method. Five years later, O’Neil, founder for the industry icon Investor’s Business Daily, revised his classic text and provided readers with a newer glimpse on how the average investor can make money in the equities market.

This third edition of How to Make Money in Stocks has been revised and updated with new chapters designed to help investors increase their performance. New discussions include:

  • Greater clarification of the key CAN SLIM investment strategy
  • Expanded analysis of the general market from the top of year 2000 to the market bottom of 2001
  • New models of the greatest stock market winners that provide more basis for the ongoing effectiveness and superior performance of the CAN SLIM strategy
  • Fresh stock charts featured in two colors for easier analysis of trends
  • And an invaluable guide on how to maximize both Investor’s Business Daily and to find winning stocks

Like his international bestselling 24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success, which stayed on international business bestseller lists for close to 6 months in 2000, How to Make Money in Stocks is the best reference for the individual investor in how to stay afloat and ahead in the rocky and volatile equities markets of the 21st century.

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October 26th, 2017

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  • Peter says:

    and full of great and useful information

  • Nate M. says:

    great graph analysis to practice trends.

  • Markle Farkle says:

    Good text but graphs lack in this format The book has an adequate explanation of strategy for success with stocks. The hard part in Kindle format is viewing the graphs that are touted as the basis for the strategy. Even in landscape mode the text is small on these figures. Worse is the grey color which is ill defined and difficult to see. Even with reading glasses on my 47 year old eyes I found it laborous to use the visual aids. This is the kind of book that I would imagine flipping back and forth between text and graphs. In…

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