Partial table of contents: It Requires Knowledge, Experience and Flair. Pitfalls for the Inexperienced. Sound Accounting for Investors. What to Buy--And When. Further Technical Observations. Advantages of Switching Stocks. Strategy for Profits. Merits of Mining Shares. Investment and Spending. POSTSCRIPT. Case History Examples. Do Tax Losses Mean Savings? Act Your Age When Investing. What to Do About Losses. Stop Orders Need Careful Evaluation. Investing in New Products. The Step System. The Ideal Client. A Dollar Today. Wallflower Stocks. More Double Dividends. Never Accept Without Checking.
Gerald M. Loeb worked on Wall Street as a stockbroker for forty years beginning in the late 1920s. He was also a financial writer whose articles were published in Barron's, Wall Street Today, and Investor Magazine. A prolific writer throughout his career, Gerald Loeb also authored Gerald Loeb's Checklist for Buying Stocks and Battle for Stock Market Profits.