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Overview

Dial M for Money-

With inside information you can only get by Sleuth Investing!

Public information and analysis are worthless for making fortune in the stock market. The real money lies in obtaining exclusive physical information about a company. Now, for the first time, you'll discover what only the savviest investors know.

In The Sleuth Investor, renowned investing expert Avner Mandelman gives you step-by-step guidance on money sleuthing. Packed with proven tools and techniques for detecting investment clues and separating the good stocks from the bad, this prescriptive guide explains how to dig into a company's inner workings and spot the signals of critical events before they happen.

  • Uncover important truths about a company that all insiders know-but no one else dares speak of
  • Find out in advance if a company is about to report high growth
  • Identify stock disasters that can be shorted
  • Anticipate mergers and acquisitions right before they occur
  • Focus on the very few sure stocks and ignore all others
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071481854
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/8/2007
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 1,144,828
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Meet the Author

Avner Mandelman is founder and CEO of Giraffe Capital

Corporation

one of Canada's most successful private investment firms. A recognized investing expert and television stock commentator, Mandelman spends much of his time sleuthing companies throughout North America. He writes a biweekly column for the Globe & Mail and his articles have appeared in Barron's. Mandelman is also the author of the prize-winning story collection, Talking to the Enemy.
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Table of Contents

Introduction PeoplePeople who work for the company People who work for the customers People who work for suppliersProductProduct itselfProduct suppliesProduct's physical movementInside the companyOutside the companyCompeting productsPlantProduction facilitiesOfficesPeripheryPhysical surroundingsCommunityCustomers and suppliers and economic eco-chainHow to pick stocks to sleuthTraditional methodsModern methodsAgents and principals Giving like a secret agent Appendix 1: EMT (Efficient Market Theory)Appendix 2: Books, websites, other references, etc.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2009

    Unlike any investing you've ever done online!

    Extremely unconventional. Unbelievably original. This is way outside conventional market theory, and it is chock full of stories from the REAL WORLD about how to make money in stocks without doing any derivatives, technical or fundamental analysis. What is presented in this book is a authentic, original approach to actually doing the HARD WORK to discover poorly disseminated information about publicly traded companies. By doing hard work and getting a true, important, and exclusive edge on the general investment community, you can realistically put your money in situations of 1:30+ risk:reward situations. Brilliant work here. Read it for the stories, the strategies, and even a few laughs! An absolute pleasure to read. I am already starting my first sleuthing engagement this week!

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