Investor's Business Daily and the Making of Millionaires

Investor's Business Daily and the Making of Millionaires

by David Saito-Chung

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Overview

Investor's Business Daily and the Making of Millionaires by David Saito-Chung

Bill O'Neil is a legend to individual investors everywhere. The Wall Street maverick founded Investor's Business Daily, which created a new generation of investor by providing carefully researched investment rules for targeting emerging growth, buying at the right time, and applying sell rules that ensure the greatest profit. Two decades later, IBD is a runaway success, and O'Neil continues to regularly beat the market at its own game.

Investor's Business Daily and the Making of Millionaires is a behind-the-scenes look at O'Neil and the growth of IBD. It describes how investors can use the paper's rich stock market data and focus on growing companies to amass huge stock market gains as it details:

  • O'Neil's legendary CANSLIM stock-picking system
  • Where the next opportunities could be coming from
  • How anyone can take on the leaders and win

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David Saito-Chung is markets editor at Investor's Business Daily. He writes and oversees daily columns including "The Big Picture" and "Investor's Corner." From 1994 to 1998, he worked as a reporter and translator at Kyodo News agency in Tokyo and covered sports, business, and the Tokyo stock market. Saito-Chung is a regular guest on the syndicated radio show "Money Matters." He is a graduate of Harvard University.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780071450164
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 09/01/2004
Pages: 225
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.28(h) x 0.76(d)

About the Author

David Saito-Chung is markets editor at Investor's Business Daily. He writes and oversees daily columns including "The Big Picture" and "Investor's Corner." From 1994 to 1998, he worked as a reporter and translator at Kyodo News agency in Tokyo and covered sports, business, and the Tokyo stock market. Saito-Chung is a regular guest on the syndicated radio show "Money Matters." He is a graduate of Harvard University.

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