Beat the Market

Beat the Market

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a€œIn this compelling book, Gerald Appel distills a lifetime of learning about what works on Wall Street into key principles of investment success. Whether you are new to the world of finance or youa€™re a veteran portfolio manager, you will gain from Geralda€™s innovative research and his discerning insights into price behavior.a€ Nelson Freeburg, Editor and Publisher, Formula Research a€œThis new book by Gerald Appel follows the rich legacy he has established over the years; it is a treasure chest of valuable advice which bestows on the reader the benefit of his decades of investment experience. It receives my highest recommendation.a€ Edward D. Dobson, President, Traders Press You can clearly outperform the stock market indexes and a a€œbuy and holda€ approach to investing. Leading investment expert Gerald Appel shows you how. Appel introduces The Weekly Stock Market Power Gauge that employs three specific market timing indicators that have had excellent performance histories going back as far as 1970. These timing indicators enable you to gauge the market strength and can be maintained by almost any investor in only a few minutes per week. Using Appela€™s techniques, youa€™ll learn how to forecast the likely direction of the market, and its relative strength compared with fixed income and other investments. The book provides exact buy-sell indicators, with specific signal generators and track records for readers to follow. In addition, Appela€™s techniques help you identify the specific mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and market sectors that are likely to be most profitable. Simply put, Appel shows you what information you need to forecast the direction of stock prices with high probabilities of success, where to readily locate that information, how to interpret that information, and when to enter and when to exit the stock market. Gauge the marketa€™s true inner pulse... ...and identify major market shifts in time to leverage them Optimize your portfolioa€™s blend of risk and reward Use proven timing models to systematically reduce risk and maximize profit opportunities Master powerful momentum investing techniques Win by going with the flow, not against it Select the right equities, ETFs, and mutual funds Objectively choose the best investments in any market environmentdomestic stock funds, defined, 123 Dow Industrial Average, 50 drawdown, defined, 21 ... market data for, 14-23 defined, 14 government bonds, relationships with stock earnings yield, 27-32 stock market data for, 14 economy, effect on stock market, 15-16 EMA. ... yields of, 26 interest rates and, 25-26 historical performance.

Title:Beat the Market
Author:Gerald Appel
Publisher:FT Press - 2008-12-11


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