How to Make Money in Stocks Desk Diary 2005

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Completely updated and revised with new quotes and charts for the new year, How to Make Money in Stocks Desk Diary 2005 is an indispensable day-at-a-glance resource for the serious investor. Filled with in-depth market insights, How to Make Money in Stocks Desk Diary 2005 helps reinforce, reinvigorate, and review the concepts and principles of the CAN SLIM(TM) system of investing developed by William J. O'Neil and used by millions of investors. Used in conjunction with the bestselling How to Make Money in Stocks,...

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Overview

Completely updated and revised with new quotes and charts for the new year, How to Make Money in Stocks Desk Diary 2005 is an indispensable day-at-a-glance resource for the serious investor. Filled with in-depth market insights, How to Make Money in Stocks Desk Diary 2005 helps reinforce, reinvigorate, and review the concepts and principles of the CAN SLIM(TM) system of investing developed by William J. O'Neil and used by millions of investors. Used in conjunction with the bestselling How to Make Money in Stocks, this desk diary will keep you focused on learning and implementing sound investment techniques that will grow your portfolio in any market.

Get a jump on the new year of investment opportunities with How to Make Money in Stocks Desk Diary and master 2005.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471680536
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 8/13/2004
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 216
  • Sales rank: 1,421,249
  • Product dimensions: 5.72 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Meet the Author

William J. O’Neil has distinguished himself as a champion ofindividual investors by providing them with innovative, sound, andeffective tools and methods necessary for investment success. Hisinvestment books, including the bestselling How to Make Money inStocks and The Successful Investor, outline in detail the CANSLIM™ system of investing that enabled Mr. O’Neil to buyhis own seat on the New York Stock Exchange in 1963 and start hisown institutional investment firm, William O’Neil + Company,Inc., which today advises over 500 of the largest and mostsuccessful institutional investment organizations. The publicationhe designed and created in 1984, Investor’s Business Daily,brings sophisticated institutional-quality market data to theinvesting masses on a daily basis, and its Web site, investors.com,informs and educates individual investors in the basic principlesof sound investing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 18, 2004

    Another 'great product' from William J. O'Neil

    This desk diary is designed to enhance your investment skills (and make you more money). I must say that some of the reviews I've seen to date are 'hostile' in their nature. Dare I venture to say 'political motivated'? I've noticed many liberally minded people take full advantage of the extra 'investment information' IBD offers; then, voice their 'frustrations' because they resent conservative thought (of any kind). I'm a conservatively minded female. I find myself 'in the closet' (so to speak) to avoid being abused by frustrated liberals. I know it goes with the territory; but, I've had a belly full! To IBD, Bill O'Neil (and staff): your all quality and are giving outstanding value for the buck! Thank you!

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