The Superstock Investor: Profiting from Wall Street's Best Undervalued Companies

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The Superstock Investor: Profiting from Wall Street's Best Undervalued Companies

The Superstock Investor: Profiting from Wall Street's Best Undervalued Companies
McGraw-Hill Trade | 2001 | 301 pages | ISBN 0071360832 | PDF | 1.26 MB

Today's active investors enjoy spotting, tracking, and paying bottom dollar on undiscovered gems. In The Superstock Investor, stock-picking icon Charles LaLoggia provides the tools and insights sharp investors need to uncover ready-to-perform stocks–and walks the reader step-by-step through the process of identifying and selecting these stocks before they break out to become true Superstocks. Whether sniffing out prime consolidation candidates or spotting takeover candidates in multiple-bidder situations, The Superstock Investor provides every clue active investors need to find the best in undervalued stocks. Readers can follow Charles LaLoggia's systems and guidelines for:
• Spotting the Top 9 Takeover Clues
• Ways the media reveal Superstocks
• Using charts to find and analyze undervalued companies

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