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Insider Buy Superstocks: The Super Laws of How I Turned $46K into $6.8 Million (14,972%) in 28 Months Hardcover – May 21, 2013

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 "Jesse's story is one of remarkable achievement. What is most impressive about this book is the mindfulness with which he shares his craft. His approach is to educate by relating examples and key principles from his investing success, and it is done with an honesty and awareness that differentiates "Insider Buy Superstocks" from other classic investment books.  
I highly recommend this book to individual investors and professional money managers."                           
 -Whit Collier, Portfolio Manager, Hermes Global Equities Advisors

"Jesse Stine never spent time working professionally on Wall Street. In his book, he uses this fact to his advantage. His thought process is not constrained by methodologies everyone else uses.  Stine demonstrates how individuals can actually have an edge versus the pros.  His process of combining technical analysis with fundamental factors such as insider buying is truly unique." 
-Ravee Mehta, author of "The Emotionally Intelligent Investor"

"I highly recommend "Insider Buy Superstocks", it not only tells the story of how Jesse Stine made millions in the stock market but shows readers an innovative trading process that could give them a chance to make enough money to dramatically change their lives."
-Steve Burns, author of "New Trader, Rich Trader"

"I've read a lot of books in my time but I think the tone you take is just what people need - a bit of reality!"
-Tim Harbort, Senior Advisor, Sharemarket College

About the Author

Jesse Stine has never held a job on Wall Street. He is not on the financial speaking circuit. Against the advice of his marketing consultant, he does not have a blog or a promotional Facebook page. He does not wear a suit and he definitely does NOT appear as a regular guest on CNBC. 

As detailed in his book, Jesse does just about everything differently. He likes to say, "What everyone knows isn't worth knowing and what everyone does isn't worth doing."

Jesse is an unconventional stock trading cowboy. During his career, he has had short-term account drawdowns of 61%, 64%, 65%, 75%, 100%, 100%, and 106%. In spite of his drawdowns, in non-overlapping periods during his career, he has had short-term (less than 1 year) personal portfolio gains of 111%, 117%, 156%, 264%, 273%, 275%, 300%, 371%, 1,010%, 1,026% and 1,244% (these last two in the same period- 7 months and 11 months, respectively).

Jesse is the founder of World40.com and is a diabolical student of market history as it relates to uncovering the market's biggest gainers. His religious principles are independence of thought, visualization, and confidence....as they relate to financial markets.

In a past life, Jesse studied Economics at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. He received his MBA from Georgia State University in Atlanta.
Over the years, Jesse has spent considerable time in developing nations. He has lived in or traveled throughout China, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Tanzania, Kenya, Uruguay, The Philippines, Malaysia, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Chile, Peru, Costa Rica, Brazil, Mexico, Macau, Argentina and Cambodia.

He has also spent time in more mundane locales such as Singapore, Iceland, South Africa, Hong Kong, Japan, The Bahamas, Australia, Canada, and much of Europe.

Jesse's remarkable personal journey and 16-year courtship with the financial markets are detailed in his book "Insider Buy Superstocks".

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 250 pages
  • Publisher: The Superstock Letter (May 21, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0615818455
  • ISBN-13: 978-0615818450
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 11 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (193 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,942 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By P. Lee on September 27, 2014
Format: Hardcover
I thought this was a good book and recommended it to my friends and family. I have read a lot of books on the stock market, am a professional with a good track record, and have actively traded the market for the past 8 years. The book is a good complement to William O'Neil and Mark Minervini's books and covers some stuffs that they didn't cover.
I like the "fundamental" and the "sell" segments of the book.
I am also on Jesse's email list and receive his stock ideas. While i think that his book is good, I think that anyone who is following his stock ideas and recommendations are likely to lose a lot of money, that is unless they can constantly monitor their positions tick by tick and minute by minute.
For example, this week, I received some of his stock ideas. Most of the ideas have no fundamental rationale on buying except that they were recently ramped up on relatively massive volume. Ok, you can do some homework and do your own thinking. So, that's not a problem.
But still let's look at some examples.
JRJC - a stock that came public long time ago. after a massive recent ramp up, the market cap is still less than $200 million. this is potentially ok because I am quite bullish on the Chinese stock market and JRJC could be a play on the Chinese stock market. However, the volatility makes me queasy but as long as you scale in and manage your risk, you should do ok.
PLNR - $81 million market cap. Average turnover is $1.4 million a day. I don't like to trade stocks that have less than $30 million turnover a day because let's say that you have $100K on this stock position, if you want to get out, it will be difficult without significantly impacting the stock price.
KNDI - $580 million market cap (a potential Muddy Water target).
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I've been investing for 40 years and have bought many investment books. I bought this book because it had a rating of 5 stars from 75 of 76 reviewers. But I should have analyzed the reviewers, not the book. Of the 76 reviewers, only one is a verified Amazon purchaser. Almost all of the reviewers have only reviewed this book and nothing else. Did they buy this book or was it given to them? Also, there is no publisher shown on the book. Half the book is spent on the author's life to fill the pages and the rest of the book is based on very risky speculative low probability investing. I'm disappointed that Amazon allows all these reviews from people who possibly may have been given the book, a book which has no known publisher. Amazon should require that reviewers be verified Amazon purchasers. I recommend "In the Trading Cockpit with the O'Neil Disciples", 4 stars, and almost all 72 reviewers are verified Amazon purchasers. Also, "How to Make Money in Stocks" by William O'Neil is a outstanding classic book.
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As a full time microcap investor, I haven't found too many books that correlate with my own investment processes in finding the next microcap that can turn into a small-midcap. However, Jesse Stine's book is about the closest one I've come across. I normally completely tune out books with titles like this one because it's usually some self-described guru trying to sell their "trade like me" DVD series or subscription service. A recommendation from another MicroCapClub member prompted me to buy the book, and I'm glad I did. Jesse doesn't invest exclusively in microcaps, but many of his big winners started out as microcaps.

In the book, Jesse goes into great detail about his trading-investing strategy that turned $46,000 into $6.8 million in 28 months from 2003 - 2006. The more I read the book the more I realized that someone finally put 90% of my own investing philosophy down on paper. I was immediately jealous and annoyed that Jesse beat me to it

A big part of Jesse's philosophy is completely tuning out the media and financial publications as they are a distraction. He rightly points out that when you start to hear a trend or stock on CNBC it's normally time to sell, not buy. It's also important to not put too much emphasis on general market performance. The great stocks will move up in any macro market condition. I agree completely with these two points, as ZAGG has always been my example of a stock that went up 250% during the crash of 2008-09.

Jesse's investment philosophy is very similar to my own so it was a very easy and enjoyable read. Jesse is very picky, and holds only a few companies that fit a strict set of criteria. Jesse isn't a day trader as his normal position is for a few weeks to a year.
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Jesse Stine shares his system for investing starting with technical analysis. He's a chart guy who talks about what's repeatedly worked in the past, and what to look for in the present and future. He's going for home runs here, and his theory is there are only a few homers served up in any period of time. When they appear, and he guides as to how to recognize the right signals, it's time to swing for the fence. He recommends laser beam power over diversification. Diversification will get you in the ballpark of market-based performance - on average, but if you hit one out of the park with a concentration of your money on a few stocks, you can hit the big gainers and make large profits fairly quickly.

He's got a very active, hands-on approach to investment research. Turn off CNBC and plough into charts and more charts, then when you find those that are giving off the potential signals, dig into to the fundamentals and when everything lines up in your favor with a low risk / high reward probability, buy as much as you can of that stock.

During his big winning period in the mid 2000's, he ate, lived, breathed and slept stocks. His focus paid off with big returns.

A large amount of his strategy is shared by William O'Neil, founder of Investor's Business Daily and a detailed chartist with a large amount of empirical data to back up his research and system. He recommends against day trading, but strongly favors trend trading. When the stock signals the start of an upward trend (based on weekly Friday closing prices), it's time to buy in and ride the trend until sell signals tell you to sell.

Stine's system makes sense to me. He outlines it in enough detail so individual investors can follow it and adapt it to their own system.
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