Louis Navellier has made his living by picking the top 1% actively traded stocks and making money off of them. In The Little Book that Makes You Rich, Navellier shows you how to find that top tier of companies able to take money and make their earnings climb. He explains the metrics that you'll need to figure out which stocks will grow their earnings and stock price, as well as how to measure volatility and performance and manage risk. Navellier gives investors the intuitive markers they'll need for reviewing stock prices based on analysts' moves, profit margins, and sales. He also presents succinct and easy to follow advice that will keep you from paying too much for stocks, alert you when you should sell your stocks, and how to monitor your portfolio for quality.
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"In a near-perfect audio lesson, a conservative analyst offers his best advice on long-term stock investing. A stimulating foreword and the author's overview provide an immensely helpful introduction to the sophisticated methods described. Navellier explains how quantitative investing works by recommending eight indicators of high-potential stocks, which include increasing sales growth, expanding operating margins, strong cash flow, earnings growth, positive earnings momentum, and a high return on equity. These criteria are fleshed out by discussions of broad financial trends and events that influence stock prices. With a vocal character that is ideal for financial matters, Mark Barbolak narrates this valuable guide with clarity and attention to its nuances and importance. T.W. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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