No more excuses. Relying on a salesman to make your investing decisions is one of the biggest mistakes you will ever make. Many times it is nothing short of financial suicide. No one told you how to make your hard-earned money, and no one will have your best interests in mind when investing it. In Common Sense Investing Fred McAllen shares 25 years experience that gives the individual investor the necessary tools to understand investing, when to invest, and what to invest in to be successful. It is your money - learn how to invest it properly, or keep it in the bank. It is simple as that. The next step is yours.This shows how powerful the 200 DMA is for acting as a support level for a falling stock or index. Second: Look at what happened in January 2008. In my book, a#39; Charting and Technical Analysisa#39;, I describe this dark candle as a Bearishanbsp;...
|Title||:||Common Sense Investing|
|Publisher||:||Fred McAllen - 2010-12-01|