Description - Small Stocks for Big Profits by George Angell
Praise for SMALL STOCKS for BIG PROFITS "George has done it again with Small Stocks for Big Profits . His in-depth experience is invaluable in helping traders explore stocks that are $5 or less, without getting caught up in the fly-by-night idea companies that plague this investment level. He shows you where to look for opportunity and more importantly how to lock in profits in this little understood investment arena. Impressive!" -Noble DraKoln, author of Winning the Trading Game In Small Stocks for Big Profits , George Angell outlines an effective strategy for finding up-and-coming companies with the potential of earning you incredible returns. Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, this reliable resource shows you how using a combination of technical and fundamental analysis-along with other essential tools-can put you in a position to profit from the explosive growth of smaller companies with undervalued, low-priced stocks. Page by page, you'll discover how to incorporate this proven approach into your own investment endeavors as Angell discusses how to use it to select, place, and exit trade after profitable trade.
Small, speculative stocks are quickly beginning to appear on the radar screens of investors around the world. If you want to make the most of your time in this lucrative market, pick up Small Stocks for Big Profits today and put its invaluable insights to work for you.
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(232mm x 155mm x 20mm)
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
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Author Biography - George Angell
George Angell is the author of eight books on trading, including Sniper Trading , which is also published by Wiley. In addition, Angell lectures on the futures and options markets and creates software, audio, and video on trading strategy. He has appeared on CNBC and CBS, as well as numerous radio shows. Angell spent ten years as a floor trader in Chicago and is a graduate of New York University.