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am 7. März 2004
Das Buch ist eine gute Zusammenfassung der als CAN SLIM (tm) bekannten Anlagemethode. Deren eher fundamentale Ausrichtung (Teil 1 des Buches) wird ergänzt durch technische Beispiele historisch erfolgreicher Chart-Formationen samt Erläuterung (Teil 2). Teil 3 beschäftigt sich mit Aspekten wie Branchenrotation, der Reaktion auf Nachrichten etc.
Für's Day- und Swing-Trading ist CAN SLIM (tm) zwar zu langsam, verbessert aber tendenziell die Selektion. Daher die 4 Punkte.
Eher peinlich wirken dagegen ein paar längliche Commercials zu diversen Publikationen des Autors sowie die auf den letzten Seiten angehängten "Success Stories" dankbarer Anleger(-schäflein?). Wer solche Passagen auch mal in Gnaden überlesen kann, lernt was dazu ;-)
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am 14. Januar 2000
How to Make Money in Stocks? If you can make it through this book, you're half way there. Not written for beginners, Bill's book tells you in detail- what, when, and how to select a winner. This would be a great beginner's book if used in conjunction with Barron's Financial Hand Book or Dictionary of Financial Terms- just to fill in some basics..
The selection method detailed in this book is called CANSLIM. The information, and CANSLIM method, is based on years of research and number crunching with main frame computers some years ago. O'Neil and his associates profiled 100s of already successful companies to determine what characteristics made a company's stock rise BEFORE it was a winner. His findings, and the CANSLIM selection method, are explained in great detail.
William O'Neil is also the CEO and Editor of the Investors Business Daily. His CANSLIM method of stock selection can best be executed using his IBD Newspaper. Surprise! Bound inside, there is a coupon for 10 free issues.
"How To Make Money In Stocks" is not the easiest book to understand for the beginner. It's information though will help narrow down 1000s of stocks to just one or two. I use it as a reference book and refer to it often. Take some notes on the inside cover- your going to need them.
An excellent buy, this book is destined to be a classic. As William himself says of one of his chapters: "one of the most valuable chapters in this book.... should be worth several hundred times what you paid for [it]. I agree.
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am 7. März 2000
It's so straghtforward it's silly. How to Make Money in Stocks. The funny thing is that what William O'Neil discusses in this book really works! His CANSLIM method makes sense and my favorite pattern, the cup-and-handle, has made me a very happy camper. His explanation of volume and volume spikes has help me find big moves on a regular basis in my trading.
I think that this book helps people earn more on their capital immediately by translating seemingly random price action into meaningful signals for investment that most people can understand. If you don't believe me, take a look at what a few of his students have to say. Kevin Marder and Loren Fleckenstein (formerly of O'Neil's newspaper, IBD) talk the talk when it comes to trading at TradingMarkets.com. Jeff Cooper, another successful trader and author, can't get enough of what O'Neil has to say.
Bottom Line: A very good investment of time and money.
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am 28. April 2000
Exceptionally well written in an easy-to-understand prose from the founder of IBD. The can slim approach is an invaluable tool, especially as it removes the trader's emotions and uses good, simple common sense. Truthfully, the book is one big plug for the newspaper, but there's a reason. IDB is an invaluable tool, so much so that I began reading it and going by its recommendations. Since I now live overseas, I had to subscribe to DailyGraphs Online.... - but this cost along with O'Neil's 2 books have made me a lot of money. Highly recommended! Couple it with his 24 lessons book and Edgar's book on technical analysis, and you have a winning combination!
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am 31. Januar 1999
I have read about a dozen books on how to invest in stocks. And I'm here to tell you, this is undoubtedly the best. The man has been there done it. Whatever mistakes you've made in buying and selling stocks, he's done it. And in this book, he is passing along his wisdom so that you can learn from his past mistakes and get on the road success. If you haven't been beating the market averages and making a lot of money in the last few years, then it's because you are not following William O'Neil's CANSLIM method. CANSLIM is an acronym that defines his trading principles. These principles are the active ingredients that make a stock rise. Take it from me, give up on your hit and miss approach to investing. Begin today on his sound and proven methods of investing and you'll soon be glad you did. Do you know anybody who have lost or is down more than 50% of their trading capital on a stock? I do. Many of my co-workers have ridden stocks down to over a 70% lost. Now they are stuck in a stock or stocks they can't afford to sell. And worst of all, they are stuck when the market averages are soaring to heights. (That's gotta hurt. I know. I've been there). O'Neil methods won't let this happen to you.
To be honest, I was a slow learner too. So,let me take you back a little bit. I first picked up this book in '92, read it, got excited but then went back to doing it my way. I picked it up again in '94, read it and made a note in the book that a company stock called DELL fit the profile of his CANSLIM methods, set the book down, forgot about it and went back to doing things my way. (Didn't buy DELL in '94) Finally, early last year of '98, I again picked up the book and read it. This time I saw a little note that I had written in the book in '94 about DELL and thought to myself 'why was I so stubborn' about 'doing it my way' that I missed out on so much valuable time and money. Since then, I've bought the stock and a few others that have catapuled my portfolio balance to over 200%. Now that feels real good.
Like me for the first time, you'll probably understand most of what he says in the book but you may not relate to what he says entirely until you've been practing or 'getting your feet wet' in the stock market for a little while. Since buying and selling stocks is not a perfect science but rather an art, you will need to go back and reread the book many times over while you're in the market before you'll truly 'get it'.
My only critism about his CANSLIM method is that he steers you towards buying stocks with a low number of floating shares which indicate small to mid cap stocks because he says these stocks have the greatest upside potential. I disagree because hitech stocks like Dell, Microsoft, AOL, and Cisco that have gone global can still grow very rapidly if not faster than some of the small guys.
Other than that, armed with this book and his Investors Business Daily, you'll be able to achieve the returns that you've always wanted.
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am 31. Januar 1999
I have read about a dozen books on how to invest in stocks. And I'm here to tell you, this is undoubtedly the best. The man has been there done it. Whatever mistakes you've made in buying and selling stocks, he's done it. And in this book, he is passing along his wisdom so that you can learn from his past mistakes and get on the road success. If you haven't been beating the market averages and making a lot of money in the last few years, then it's because you are not following William O'Neil's CANSLIM method. CANSLIM is an acronym that defines his trading principles. These principles are the active ingredients that make a stock rise. Take it from me, give up on your hit and miss approach to investing. Begin today on his sound and proven methods of investing and you'll soon be glad you did. Do you know anybody who have lost or is down more than 50% of their trading capital on a stock? I do. Many of my co-workers have ridden stocks down to over a 70% lost. Now they are stuck in a stock or stocks they can't afford to sell. And worst of all, they are stuck when the market averages are soaring to heights. (That's gotta hurt. I know. I've been there). O'Neil methods won't let this happen to you.
To be honest, I was a slow learner too. So,let me take you back a little bit. I first picked up this book in '92, read it, got excited but then went back to doing it my way. I picked it up again in '94, read it and made a note in the book that a company stock called DELL fit the profile of his CANSLIM methods, set the book down, forgot about it and went back to doing things my way. (Didn't buy DELL in '94) Finally, early last year of '98, I again picked up the book and read it. This time I saw a little note that I had written in the book in '94 about DELL and thought to myself 'why was I so stubborn' about 'doing it my way' that I missed out on so much valuable time and money. Since then, I've bought the stock and a few others that have catapuled my portfolio balance to over 200%. Now that feels real good.
Like me for the first time, you'll probably understand most of what he says in the book but you may not relate to what he says entirely until you've been practing or 'getting your feet wet' in the stock market for a little while. Since buying and selling stocks is not a perfect science but rather an art, you will need to go back and reread the book many times over while you're in the market before you'll truly 'get it'.
My only critism about his CANSLIM method is that he steers you towards buying stocks with a low number of floating shares which indicate small to mid cap stocks because he says these stocks have the greatest upside potential. I disagree because hitech stocks like Dell, Microsoft, AOL, and Cisco that have gone global can still grow very rapidly if not faster than some of the small guys.
Other than that, armed with this book and his Investors Business Daily, you'll be able to achieve the returns that you've always wanted.
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am 27. Dezember 1997
Using a computer database, William J. O'Neil selected over 500 stocks that had the greatest increase in share price for the calendar years from 1953 through 1993. He then analyzed these stocks in detail and determined 7 characteristics that they all had in common, which he refers to with the acronym CANSLIM: C = current quarterly earnings per share (should show a major % increase compared to the prior year's same quarter); A = annual earnings - look for meaningful growth; N = new products, new management, new highs; S = supply and demand - small capitalization plus volume demand; L = leader in the industry; I = institutional sponsorship - a little goes a long way; and M = market direction. The above points alone make the book worth reading. He also advises investors to avoid penny stocks and to follow a disciplined approach to investing. He points out that buying stocks during a bear market is not easy to do based on human nature (even experienced investors sometimes succumb to exaggerated doom and gloom in the media combined with emotional recommendations from newsletters or full service brokerage firms and sell). Nevertheless, buying sound growth stocks near the end of a bear market can obviously be very profitable for investors whom Mr. O'Neil describes as "having a feel for the market". Mr. O'Neil downplays the fact that taxes and commissions have a negative impact on the real returns that are achievable with a market timing strategy. In fairness to him, professional money management is a highly competitive business wherein managers are often judged on short-term performance (similar to managers of college and professional sports' teams). Many money managers view commissions and taxes as the clients' responsibility and, through the manner in which they are evaluated, are forced to avoid topics such as return as a function of risk, tax efficiency or after-tax performance. Academicians would point out that most scientific studies indicate that a non-diversified portfolio based on market timing and technical analysis, as advocated by Mr. O'Neil, is risky. Since many successful investors (the most famous example being Warren Buffett) believe that there is a role for value investing, a buy and hold strategy and portfolio diversification, investors who are interested in culling pearls from How to Make Money in Stocks should also consider reading at least one of the following important books on investing: 1. A Random Walk Down Wall Street by Burton G. Malkiel; 2. The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham; 3. Beating the Dow, 1992: A High-Return, Low-Risk Method for Investing in the Dow Jones Industrial Stocks with as Little as $5,000 by Michael O'Higgins and John Downes; 4. The Dividend Investor by Harvey C. Knowles, III and Damon H. Petty; and 5. What Works on Wall Street: A Guide to the Best-Performing Investment Strategies of All Time by James P. O'Shaughnessy. Reviews of the above books can be found at the web site that you're already at: the best discount bookstore on the internet.
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am 16. Februar 1999
My work involves helping companies select actions that will improve company performance and stock price. In doing that kind of work, company managements have made great strides in becoming more sophisticated in their thinking. Despite much academic argument to the contrary, many "emerging growth" stocks are way undervalued by the stock market. HOW TO MAKE MONEY IN STOCKS helps you locate and invest in these stocks, creating the kind of quantum leap in thinking that our own work has done for corporate managements. Who knows, maybe you will even discover one of our clients using this process. A great weakness of most investing methods is that they look very closely for a few attributes, and ignore all of the other attributes. For example, value investors may find good value but miss the point about how much the underlying value is going to grow in the future. HOW TO MAKE MONEY IN STOCKS avoids many of the errors associated with concept stocks, those who are focusing on growing discounted cash flow (and economic value added), and value investing. You owe it to yourself to test your investing habits by comparing them to the lessons in HOW TO MAKE MONEY IN STOCKS.
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am 25. September 1999
This is a great book from a man who obviously knows investing from experience (he has been successful). The book describes investing in Value stocks (moderate to high price stocks in steady companies) using technical analysis.
Patterns of successful stocks in history are reviewed and a system for choosing winning stocks is explain using detailed company information and charts. If you don't like math or don't want to spend time weekly reviewing your investments, this book is probably not for you.
Ture novice investors (like myself) BEWARE. Mr O'Neil does not describe many of the basic concepts he discusses in his book. I found myself becoming frustrated in several chapters as he discussed terms like "price consolidation", "overhead supply","upside buypoint", "pivot point", etc. After reading the book, I went and bought a more basic book (The Neatest Little Guide...5 Stars) to help me as a true novice.
In summary, I am glad I purchased the book. I now understand the investing viewpoint from a Value/Technical investor as well as the patterns of past winning stocks.
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am 31. März 1999
As an investment professional, I spend a lot of time thinking about how to improve stock price. I also belong to an organization for public companies that develops new processes and tools to select actions for each individual company to increase stock price. We often see stocks with high P/E multiples and prices, yet know with the right actions, those stocks can triple in value. Mr. O'Neil helps you identify these opportunities. "How To Make Money In Stocks" helps you avoid The Misconception Stall (buying what everyone else is buying because it must be good), described in "The 2,000 Percent Solution." You will also ignore The Disbelief Stall (the price cannot go higher) and The Tradition Stall (stay away from emerging growth). "The 2,000 Percent Solution" helps you hurdle over these stalls to make progress at 20 times the normal rate. "How To Make Money In Stocks" shows you how to geometrically increase your return
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