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How To Create A Trend Trading System For Stocks Kindle Edition

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"The book makes a case for focusing on the price of the stock, not the company's performance, with the preferred stocks having strong upward momentum. The logic behind this approach presumes that stock prices are governed by the same laws of supply and demand that affect other commodities. A real-world example was examined, which focused on the optimum price to buy shares, as well as advice on setting a stop loss price to minimize losses."

-J. Chambers (Amazon Top 50 Reviewer)
 
"'He also defines `stop loss' and how to apply that concept to keep your portfolio secure and balanced. And then of course he advises us when to sell a stock (defining the `moving average'). In the process of these bits of intelligent advice he offers graphs to back up his data and concepts - reassuring information. And last he reassures us that we can never know everything as `outsiders', since the `insiders' have all the data before we are privy to it anyway"

-G. Harp (Amazon Top 50 Reviewer)
 
"This book is a short read containing one simple premise: how to find stocks that have the potential to double, triple or even more in price. It's every stock holders dream to choose those winners, but something that's not so easy to do. The author shows you, with examples, on how to find these potential stocks. He points out what to look for in their charts, how to analyse their moving averages (and why it's important) and even touches on the important element of risk management"

-T. Edwards  

From the Author

Hi,

I think you would enjoy reading the book as much I loved writing the book. The information presented in the book is practical and applicable to your trading system. The trading methodology presented here is thorough and since you may have limited time, the book has been condensed with the most relevant information for faster reading.

Learn how to buy and sell stocks. Scroll up & click the buy button today.

Sincerely,
AM Greenwich

Author of...

How To Create A Trend Trading System For Stocks
How To Trade Less And Make More With A Trend Trading System For Stocks
How To Find The Best Stocks Using A Trend Trading System

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AM Greenwich started his career at a major investment bank in New York. His trend trading books include How To Create A Trend Trading System For Stocks (2012) and How To Find The Next Trend Trading Stock (2012). He is currently researching and writing about additional trend trading methodologies such as stock selection, risk management, position sizing, and crossover exponential moving average. He is a graduate of Yale University.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Tharpe on February 17, 2013
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This book is a 9 page review of what the author thinks should be in a plan. He doesn't help you actually create any sort of trading plan at all. There's no strategy other than a single 50 year old trading strategy. But he does offer another book for free, well at least the currency he charges is your email address so he can spam you on what would hopefully be nothing as useless as this book. don't waste the 10 min of your life on this useless waste of bandwidth and in my case, ipad memory.
Summary: Go long only when the stock is at an all time high, use an initial 2 day low as the original stop, from there use a trailing stop.
No original material and not even presented in a unique way.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Chambers HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on August 25, 2012
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I'm retired now with most of my income derived from a pension. I don't do a lot of investing, and when I do, it doesn't involve large sums of money. Nevertheless, my curiosity was piqued when I noticed this little book purporting to distill the secrets of investing down to only 16 pages.

It's a very different approach to investing than what I was taught many years ago. The book makes a case for focusing on the price of the stock, not the company's performance, with the preferred stocks having strong upward momentum. The logic behind this approach presumes that stock prices are governed by the same laws of supply and demand that affect other commodities. A real-world example was examined, which focused on the optimum price to buy shares, as well as advice on setting a stop loss price to minimize losses.

With minimal experience in investing, I can't comment on the validity of evaluating stocks by the methods proposed in the book, but the author did present a convincing argument. Whether it's compelling enough to persuade a reader to actually invest in this manner, you'll have to decide for yourself, but it's an interesting proposition.

Note: My 5-star rating is not intended to imply that I agree with or endorse the investing advice recommended in the book. The rating is for the quality of the writing and the logical case that the author of the book made to support his/her approach to investing in stocks.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 5, 2013
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Very short but sweet book which discusses a trend following approach to stock trading. I think it is a useful action guide for people who have already read Mike Covel's books, i.e. understand the trend following "approach to life" and are ready to explore different strategies. Probably not the best trend following book for a beginner (despite the simple nature of the book) given that it doesn't really go into too much detail around why the strategy works (vs. using a typical fundamental analysis approach). All in all nice cheap book which outlines a simple strategy - but don't be deceived, there is a lot of literature and empirical study behind such an approach (which is covered really well in Mike Covel's books).
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Charles M. Parker on December 23, 2013
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Author just has very little useful information. There isn't enough detail for a trading system. He does not even discuss the state of the market which is very important for a momentum based trading strategy like this one. He briefly mentions position sizing and money management but provides no detail. Both concepts are critical for a successful trading system. I wasted my money on this book. Don't waste yours.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 15, 2013
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Some people believe that a book, even an e-book, has to be a "door stopper" in order to have value. This short little gem belies that belief.

As a stock and option trader of many years, I am always on the lookout for new ideas. Candidly, when I saw the miniscule price for this e-book, I didn't think that I could learn anything new from it. I was wrong.

The author explains, in clear and explicit terms, with illustrations, a method of trend following using new all-time high prices, and a substantial one year price increase, to locate buying opportunities for stocks (or options on them) which were being purchased at an accelerating rate. When a stock is making these kinds of records, both retail and institutional buyers are bound to take notice. When they do, the old laws of supply and demand kick in, and the price continues to climb. At least, that's the author's theory.

After I read, and reread, this 22 page e-book in about a half hour, I decided to test this theory under the worst possible circumstances; namely, a day on which the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped approximately 225 points! That, on top of another 100 point-plus drop the day before. I put the author' s criteria into a search engine which is readily available on the Internet; searched through the entire stock market of expensive stocks (the ones I like to write options on); and located just one stock. But that one matched all of the price increase and time criteria required by the author.

The book suggests that, after locating qualified stocks, one should put them on a watch list for approximately 2 months to see how they are doing before making a buying decision.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sam Lytle on March 5, 2013
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Having virtually no background in finance or the stock market I gave this book a chance. I was pleasantly surprised to find a dense collection of tips and advice on stock market investing. It wasn't as long as I would have hoped, but was still well worth the price.
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