How to Make Money in Stocks by William O’Neil is a classic investment book that outlines a relatively straightforward methodology you can follow to find stock ideas on your own.
That’s because the investing methodology described in How to Make Money in Stocks also has a strong fundamental component.
How to Make Money in Stocks does not encourage looking at metrics like Price to Earnings or Price to Book ratio. How to Make Money in Stocks keeps things simple and encourages you to look for companies that are offering new products that improve consumer standard of living.
While this approach wasn’t totally compatible with my value investor methodology, there are definitely aspects I could appreciate and integrate into my investing style. This more-quantifiable backdrop that How To Make Money in Stocks provided really helped me understand the nuances of growth and momentum investing. Don’t get me wrong, How to Make Money in Stocks is a great book for growth investors. How to Make Money in Stocks is a great book that does an excellent job quantifying some of the growth investing methodologies outlined by Phil Fisher. This book will go a long way in helping you integrate fundamental and technical analysis, whether you’re a long term investor or a shorter-term swing trader.
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This very simple pattern used the entire novel and took me about 2 hours to fold mindlessly while watching TV. They can be displayed individually on shelves, or in a grouping as a centerpiece.  Have fun with it! For a much more elaborate folded book-check out this one on Grand Illusions-they even have a video!
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I have been making my way through a big long list of craft projects to complete and came upon this one that i had listed a long time ago. The book provides a relatively easy to follow methodology that can help you find big growth stocks.
The first 100 pages of the book are simply annotated long-term stock charts. How to Make Money in Stocks does a great job explaining why the featured stock patterns telegraphed huge stock price gains in the companies they represent. The book argues these companies are cheap for a reason, and instead, you should follow the CAN-SLIM methodology of investing. Instead of worrying too much about the value you are paying for, use the long term chart patterns to guide your buying and selling. In a lot of ways, the book reminded me of Philip Fisher’s Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits. I liked knowing the specific things O’Neil has used to have such a successful career over the last 30 years. And every individual investor can learn something from it (even if you are primarily value-focused like me). I'm a value investor but, I use swing trading techniques to manage my position sizes and risk.


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