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The Battle for Investment Survival
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Foreword ix Introduction xix 1. IT REQUIRES KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE, AND FLAIR 1 2. SPECULATIVE ATTITUDE ESSENTIAL 5 3. IS THERE AN IDEAL INVESTMENT? 8 4. PITFALLS FOR THE INEXPERIENCED 11 5. HOW TO INVEST FOR CAPITAL APPRECIATION 15 6. SPECULATION VERSUS INVESTMENT 20 7. SOUND ACCOUNTING FOR INVESTORS 23 8. WHY COMMITMENTS SHOULD NOT BE HAPHAZARD 26 9. SOME "DON'TS" IN SECURITY PROGRAMS 29 10. WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN CORPORATE REPORTS 32 11. CONCERNING FINANCIAL INFORMATION, GOOD AND BAD 37 12. WHAT TO BUY-AND WHEN 40 13. IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT TIMING 43 14. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, MARKET TRENDS, AND PUBLIC PSYCHOLOGY 46 15. PRICE MOVEMENT AND OTHER MARKET ACTION FACTORS 50 16. FURTHER TECHNICAL OBSERVATIONS 55 17. MORE ON TECHNICAL POSITION OF MARKET-ITS INTERPRETATION AND SIGNIFICANCE 62 18. ADVANTAGES OF SWITCHING STOCKS 67 19. "FAST MOVERS" OR "SLOW MOVERS"? 70 20. DETECTING "GOOD" BUYING OR "GOOD" SELLING 73 21. QUALITIES OF THE GOOD INVESTOR OR INVESTMENT ADVISER 76 22. GAINING PROFITS BY TAKING LOSSES 78 23. YOU CAN'T FORECAST, BUT YOU CAN MAKE MONEY 82 24. STRATEGY FOR PROFITS 85 25. THE EVER-LIQUID ACCOUNT 91 26. A REALISTIC APPRAISAL OF BONDS 95 27. MERITS OF MINING SHARES 100 28. DIVERSIFICATION OF INVESTMENTS 103 29. TRAVEL AS AN EDUCATION FOR INVESTORS 106 30. GENERAL THOUGHTS ON SPECULATION 109 31. INVESTMENT AND SPENDING 113 32. INVESTMENT AND TAXATION 117 33. INVESTMENT AND INFLATION 130 POSTSCRIPT 137 34. CASE HISTORY EXAMPLES 141 35. INVESTMENT TRUST INVESTING IS AVERAGE INVESTING 153 36. DO TAX LOSSES MEAN SAVINGS? 155 37. ODD-LOT INVESTORS AREN'T ALWAYS WRONG 157 38. WHAT WOMEN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT STOCKS 159 39. TIP TO THE INVESTOR: ALWAYS WRITE IT DOWN 162 40. WHAT IS BETTER: DOLLARS IN THE HAND-OR "IN THE BUSH"? 164 41. LAST WILLS AND TESTAMENTS SHOULD BE CAREFULLY DRAWN 166 42. PRICE OF STOCK IS WHAT COUNTS 168 43. CAREFUL INVESTORS LOOK FOR SIGNS OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT 170 44. ACT YOUR AGE WHEN INVESTING 172 45. INVESTORS SHOULD BUDGET FOR FUTURE FLUCTUATIONS 174 46. WHAT TO DO ABOUT LOSSES 176 47. SEVERAL FALLACIES OF THE MARKETPLACE 178 48. ARE YOU FAST ENOUGH TO SWITCH CAPITAL? 180 49. HOW A BULL MARKET AFFECTS YOUR INVESTMENT THOUGHTS 182 50. DON'T LET TAX QUESTIONS CLOUD INVESTMENT DECISIONS 184 51. STOP ORDERS NEED CAREFUL EVALUATION 186 52. CASH DIVIDENDS MAY SLOW GROWTH OF YOUNG COMPANY 188 53. MIDDLE COURSE HELPS BUYERS TO AVOID MARKET FALLACIES 190 54. WALL STREET PROVERBS ARE OFTEN FALLACIOUS 192 55. INVESTING IN NEW PRODUCTS 194 56. NEWS AND THE MARKET 196 57. A LITTLE INVESTMENT KNOWLEDGE IS NECESSARY FOR EVERY CITIZEN 198 58. DON'T LOOK FOR MANAGEMENT AT BARGAIN RATES 200 59. MIRACLE PLAN INVESTING 203 60. THE STEP SYSTEM 208 61. DOUBLE DIVIDENDS 211 62. A LAYMAN LOOKS AT BUILDING 221 63. INVESTMENT MANAGER'S DILEMMA 228 64. I DON'T SELL-PEOPLE BUY FROM ME 230 65. MONEY FROM MARKET LETTERS 246 66. THE IDEAL CLIENT 250 67. PERPETUAL PROFITS 253 68. WHAT MAKES A STOCK "GOOD"? 255 69. A DOLLAR TODAY 257 70. THE LEOPARD NEVER CHANGES ITS SPOTS 259 71. WORDS FOR THE BEGINNER 264 72. MORE ON TAPE READING 270 73. WHAT'S THE VALUE OF WATCHING "TAPE"? 279 74. IMPORTANCE OF EQUITY INVESTMENTS 281 75. WALLFLOWER STOCKS 285 76. MORE DOUBLE DIVIDENDS 288 77. NEVER ACCEPT WITHOUT CHECKING 303 78. HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR INVESTMENTS 305

About the Author

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, Loeb also authored Gerald Loeb's Checklist for Buying Stocks and Your Battle for Stock Market Profits.

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