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Author: Mitch Zacks
ISBN: 0470903414
Subcategory: Investing
Pages 224 pages
Publisher Wiley; 1 edition (November 8, 2011)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
Rating: 4.3
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A timely guide to making the best investment strategies even better A wide variety of strategies have been .

A timely guide to making the best investment strategies even better A wide variety of strategies have been identified over the years. Particularly weak was the chapter on Value Investing.

A timely guide to making the best investment strategies even better A wide variety of strategies have been identified over the years, which purportedly outperform the stock market. It's fair to say no one method is fool proof and most go through both up and down periods. The chall A timely guide to making the best investment strategies even better A wide variety of strategies have been identified over the years, which purportedly outperform the stock market

A timely guide to making the best investment strategies even better

A timely guide to making the best investment strategies even better. A wide variety of strategies have been identified over the years, which purportedly outperform the stock market. Written by Mitch Zacks, Senior Portfolio Manager of Zacks Investment Management, this latest title in the Little Book series reveals stock market strategies that really work and then shows you how they can be made even better. It skillfully highlights earnings-based investing strategies, the hallmark of the Zacks process, but it also identifies strategies based on valuations, seasonal patterns and price momentum. Specifically, the book

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The little book of stock market prots : the best strategies of all time made even better /. Mitch Zacks The book focuses on investment strategies that will help an investor pru-dently navigate the market regardless of its level of vola-tility. Each chapter focuses on a specific means of selecting stocks that can potentially generate alpha, or the value that a professional investor adds to a fund’s return.

A timely guide to making the best investment strategies evenbetter

A wide variety of strategies have been identified over theyears, which purportedly outperform the stock market. Some of theseinclude buying undervalued stocks while others rely on technicalanalysis techniques. It's fair to say no one method is fool proofand most go through both up and down periods. The challenge for aninvestor is picking the right method at the right time. TheLittle Book of Stock Market Profits shows you how to achievethis elusive goal and make the most of your time in today'smarkets.

Written by Mitch Zacks, Senior Portfolio Manager of ZacksInvestment Management, this latest title in the Little Book seriesreveals stock market strategies that really work and then shows youhow they can be made even better. It skillfully highlightsearnings-based investing strategies, the hallmark of the Zacksprocess, but it also identifies strategies based on valuations,seasonal patterns and price momentum.

Specifically, the book:

Identifies stock market investment strategies that work, thosethat don't, and what it takes for an individual investor to trulysucceed in today's dynamic marketDiscusses how the performance of each strategy examined can beimproved by combining into them into a multifactor approachGives investors a clear path to integrating the best investmentstrategies of all time into their own personal portfolio

Investing can be difficult, but with the right strategies youcan improve your overall performance. The Little book of StockMarket Profits will show you how.

Abuseyourdna
I happen to think the author is intelligent and knowledgeable. This becomes clear from the way he describes anomalies and his even-handed approach to evaluating the pros and cons. However, the book is lacking in several aspects. First, it is truly a tiny book. About 5"x7" hardcover. This makes its awkward to hold physically and hard to read when each line of text contains only about 6-7 words. So you get 200 of these tiny pages, but only about 40 are needed. For some reason, the author tends to repeat general concepts throughout each chapter instead of progressing to more detailed or advanced topics. As an example, the chapter on insider trading mentions that insider buying is more predictive than insider selling. This fact is repeated over and over and over again -- each time presented as if a brand new assertion was being made. This style quickly becomes tiresome. Poor editing, padding, sheer lack of material -- I'm not sure which. I just wish this already-condensed book was either condensed more (made shorter) or expanded to include useful data. As it is, there are countless references to historical trading strategy studies, but *none* of them are footnoted.

Overall, the topics Zacks presents are all worth knowing/learing as a trader. And I can't disagree with anything he says in the book. But in terms of efficiency and usefulness, it's not what it should be in my opinion.
MEGA FREEDY
The little book brings the basis back to me and helps me to not make the common mistakes that I did when I was a beginner.
Just_paw
Worked as expected
Adrierdin
His first book "Ahead of the Market" was excellent, and I looked forward to this one. But the Tweedy Browne website offers a free booklet entitled "What Has Worked In Investing" which covers more ground, better. Particularly weak was the chapter on Value Investing. Buy "Ahead of the Market", give this one a pass. Sorry, Mr. Zacks.
FreandlyMan
This fairly short book is a very decent introduction to stock market anomalies. It discusses several anomalies and then attempts to explain why they may work. It also looks into whether each anomaly may be the result of data-mining. One of the tests it uses on most of the anomalies is "does it also work on non-US markets" which is an excellent way to sort out the wheat from the chaff.

Those expecting to be introduced to one or more anomalies that outperform the market by wide margins are likely to be extremely disappointed. The ones that are judged to be authentic outperform the averages by perhaps a couple of percent a year. Other ones outperform by wider margins but these are before commissions, liquidity and bid-ask spreads are considered which since most involve illiquid stocks will likely eat up much of the outperformance. Also, the author points out several anomalies that may have been authentic and powerful but apparently were arbitraged away by the markets within a few years of being first written about.

In the end, far from coming away with all-time "best strategies" that handily beat the averages, one is left with a few strategies that slightly beat the market. It's almost a book that supports passive investing by default. As he states in the video interview below, the market is "brutally efficient". Credit however goes to the author for not over-hyping the anomalies discussed in the book even if the title does.
Ynneig
Equity Indexing: The Insurance Industry's Secret Weapon Against Stock-Market Risk
Easy to read and detailed enough for a thorough understanding. The "piggy backing" technique has been exploited for several years now by a company called Idayo. I saw them at the Las Vegas money show and they basically do all the research and work for you (for a not-so-modest fee, of course).
I prefer high returns with a no-loss guarantee.
Thordira
This book is really great at getting to the heart of both conservative and higher- risk investing. It's a great guidebook for beginners in trading as well as offering interesting paths and examples to those more seasoned in the art. It's good reading either way, especially in this day and age.