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Buy High, Sell Higher

Why Buy-and-hold Is Dead and Other Investing Lessons From CNBC's "The Liquidator"
Terranova, Joe (Book - 2012 )
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The chief market strategist for Virtus Investment Partners and a regular on CNBC's "Fast Money" series shows investors how to move away from the old, broken buy-low/sell-high investment model and still build a winning portfolio.
Authors: Terranova, Joe
Title: Buy high, sell higher
why buy-and-hold is dead and other investing lessons from CNBC's "The Liquidator"
Publisher: New York : Business Plus, c2012
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 261 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents: Buy high, sell higher
Strategize first, execute second
Keep an investing calendar
Build your investing team
Understand timing, herds and diversification
Know when to enter and exit the market
Maintain position flexibility
Recognize momentum changes
Invest in commodities
Summary: The chief market strategist for Virtus Investment Partners and a regular on CNBC's "Fast Money" series shows investors how to move away from the old, broken buy-low/sell-high investment model and still build a winning portfolio.
ISBN: 1455500666
9781455500666
Branch Call Number: HG4521 .T43 2012
Statement of Responsibility: Joe Terranova
Subject Headings: Investment analysis Speculation Investments
Topical Term: Investment analysis
Speculation
Investments
LCCN: 2011041600
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Jul 28, 2013
  • samdeshp rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Good insight. I tested a couple of ideas and turned out true.

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