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The Seven Rules of Wall Street: Crash-Tested Investment Strategies That Beat the Market

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2014

    This book is one of the most well written on the topic of stocks

    This book is one of the most well written on the topic of stocks that I have ever read (of 30+books so far). Every paragraph is informative with no filler at all. The explanations are very clear and easy to understand. The author explains four easy strategies to beat the S&P500 index. This book was a real eye-opener for me. How is it then, that so many Mutual Funds can't beat the market even before subtracting their exorbitant expenses? Are there really that many 'professional money managers' that are that poor at investing? Apparently so. This book shows - with some pretty convincing statistical evidence - that it is not that difficult to beat the market by more than 30%, seven years out of ten. Many professional money managers under perform the market by those same stats. I've been doing some research on these strategies and I notice that some of the DWA (Dorsey Wright ... index strategy) ETFs use the same strategies described in this book, so you don't have to do it yourself: you can just buy the ETF and the fees are about 0.65%. I advice you to check into it. This book will help you to understand the strategies used by the DWA ETFs. In my opinion, this book is a good buy. Very informative. B. Crawford, calgary

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2013

    Good beginner material

    The material is relatively basic but can give a person a framework for starting a stock portfolio. The e-book has some deficiencies with displaying the tables. Most are chopped off when they should be displayed as landscape.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2009

    Timely Topic

    A time tested methodology anyone with discipline can use.

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