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Your Guide to Better Stock Picks: Tips from an Advisor's Advisor [Kindle Edition]

Todd Emerson Campbell

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Book Description

If you’re like many, the past few years have challenged a lot of what you thought you knew about investing. Maybe you have an online trading account, or perhaps a broker, and you’ve got money ready to invest. But, you got burned trading the market through the recession and now you’re seeing others make money in the markets, despite bad news in the economy.

You’ve bought too soon; sold too early or fallen into countless traps, as you’ve tried to make sense of the markets. The one thing you’ve learned over the past three years is it takes more than an e-Trade account and an idea to succeed in the stock market.

You need a game plan. But, with thousands of investment ideas and a never-ending flood of information, it’s difficult to know where to start.

This book teaches you how to separate the relevant from the irrelevant. It shows you how to take your stock picking to the next level. It teaches you how to retrain your brain for success. It shows you which pieces of information are important. And, it instructs you how to handle the most risky market challenges.
Using proven strategies incorporated by some of the largest, market moving money managers, this book redefines the way you think about money and investing


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  • File Size: 259 KB
  • Print Length: 82 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004YXG184
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #927,245 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

I've been a student of the markets since I followed Toys R Us in the Wall Street Journal as a thirteen years old. In 1997, following a brief career in retail management, I joined a small equity research firm in the seacoast of New Hampshire. During my time there, I served as research assistant, assistant Vice President and eventually Vice president and Partner. I've had front row seats when the Russian Ruble collapsed in 1997, Long-term Capital imploded in 1998, Enron derailed markets in 2002 and the banking industry over-leveraged all of us in 2007. When the Internet bubble popped, sending the high flying NASDAQ stock market from an astonishing 5000, to an equally amazing low of 1100 in 2002, I advised some of the largest money management firms in the country. Similarly, in 2007, when the S&P 500 index peaked at 1500 in the summer and fell to 666 in March 2009, I spent countless hours helping mutual and hedge fund portfolio managers navigate treacherous markets. Today, the investment model born from two decades of success and failure is used by some of the largest market-moving money managers in the country. This model is shared with you in my book Your Guide to Better Stock Picks: Tips from the Advisor's Advisor.

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