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Included in Rolling Stocks are patterns and numerous charts showing examples of how you can find rolling stocks, determine how much money you can make, and target when you can get out and reap your rewards.
If you strive for investment success, find a profitable strategy and use it again, and again, and again. Rolling Stocks maximizes this concept. With information from Rolling Stocks you can sell stock for a profit and do it repeatedly as the stock rolls.
Posted July 3, 2002
I read Wade cooks books and it doesn't quite give you all the details you need from A-Z on how to do it. But this book does. I found it easy to understand and I applied the strategies and made a 25% return on my money every month for 3 months. I advise paper trading first to make sure it works for you.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 13, 2000
Save your money! This 'book' is not worth the price of the paper it was written on. Here are some of the many problems it has: 1.- written in very general, vague terms, 2.- does not explain anything in sufficient depth to be useful 3.- is nothing more than a collage of stock charts and company summaries 4.- seems to be nothing more than an expensive advertising for some proprietary online service and a bunch of Wade Cook seminars, tapes and books. It was probably written in a weekend, sitting at the kitchen table. If you know nothing about stocks, go to Borders or Barns and Noble and read it while in the showroom. You can probably finish the book in about one hour. If you buy yourself a dictionary of sock market terms you will probably get vastly more knowledge out of that than from this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 7, 2000
Mr. Witt provides a great overview of the whole concept of Rolling Stocks, but he makes it sound as if TeleChart 2000 is the only tool you need to find these stocks. While TC2000 is a great charting and analysis tool--probably the best for the price--you really need to consider one of the several services online that provide rolling stocks reports in order to save you the agony of manually searching through thousands of stocks to find just a few good rollers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 1, 2000
Just like all of Lighthouse's (Wade Cook, et al) other books, lots of examples and text, but not really alot of information on how the find the stocks in question. (Well, other than signing up for the workshops or the website network at wadecook.com ($$thousands$$ of bucks upfront). A very easy read but they don't really tell you much that you probably don't already know or couldn't figure out. Basically, buy a stock on a dip in price, sell it 10 to 20 % later, Lather, Rinse, Repeat. Oh yeah, throw in writing a call at the top each time and there's the jist of it. There are other 'strategies' given as examples, some are rather wild, but once again, you need to already know how to find any of the target stocks yourself, rolling or otherwise.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.