Wade Cook's Stock Picking Handbook

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Millions of Americans need more income. What they don't need is more work and more stress. "Wade Cook's Stock Picking Handbook" is the answer to cash flow. It explains and explores ways to get a second paycheck without getting a second job. This new work is full of real examples and is actually two books in one. Book One, "How to Invest in the Stock Market" explains stock movements, values, bargains, events and positioning. You'll find ways to trade for monthly income on your great investments. Investing and ...
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Overview


Millions of Americans need more income. What they don't need is more work and more stress. "Wade Cook's Stock Picking Handbook" is the answer to cash flow. It explains and explores ways to get a second paycheck without getting a second job. This new work is full of real examples and is actually two books in one. Book One, "How to Invest in the Stock Market" explains stock movements, values, bargains, events and positioning. You'll find ways to trade for monthly income on your great investments. Investing and Trading can enhance each other. Book Two, "How to Trade in the Stock Market" is about trading for cash flow. Here you will find dozens of solutions for generating cash to support the family, even with little money to start with. Both books, Investing and Trading, make up a tour-de-force in making better decisions and generating spendable income. Both strategies are included in this book by New York Times Business Bestselling author Wade B. Cook.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780974574905
  • Publisher: Liberty Network, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 7.96 (w) x 8.84 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author


For over two decades, Wade Cook has traveled the nation teaching people how to improve their financial lives using proven, and tested strategies. He is the author of 18 books on wealth enhancement. His goal is to teach people everywhere how to improve their financial picture so they can lead quality lives of service to God, their families, and others.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2004

    The King of Cashflow is back with a new title

    Nobody is better at showing you how to successfully cashflow the stock market than Wade Cook. Prior to 1994, who else was teaching rolling stocks, covered calls, stock splits, proxy investing, range riders, dividend capturing, sect 29 tax credits, bull call spreads etc. Answer? No one. In this new addition you will see some of the same information revised for the times. Wade Cook's Stock Picking Handbook is actually 2 books in one. The first is about investing and the second is about trading. I found the section of covered calls particularly interesting and Cook shows a study that he did using Nasdaq stocks and how he achieved a 20% average return. Cook says that 'buy and hold is a theory that has come and gone.' Interesting because I am now seeing similiar articles by well known 'experts' on the internet and discussions even on CNBC. Looks like Wade Cook always becomes mainstream after he invents these concepts. I have been following Wade Cook's advice since 1997. Originally I turned $5,000 into over $100,000 primarily playing options on stock splits. I actually made $6,000 in one day on a stock split. What I like most about Wade Cook is that he is an innovator. I highly recommend anything that Wade Cook writes and I recommend his weekly teleconference calls. To find out what Wade is up to, go to his website http://www.wadecook.org. And no, I am not an employee or a representative of Wade Cook.

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