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Finding Winners Among Depressed and Low-Priced Stocks

by Richard L. Evans

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0942641531, Paperback)

"Low-priced investing is one of the most profitable, yet least followed investment areas. This excellent book provides superb, common sense information that any sensible investor should have . . . one of the best books I have read in a long time." -- Michael Burke, Editor Investors Intelligence The highest profits consistently come from low-priced and depressed stocks--for investors who know where to look! This authoritative book provides proven rules and formulas for using technical analysis to find these "diamonds in the rough." Richard L. Evans, an expert in the field, offers guidelines that are easy to understand and implement for investors at every level of sophistication. He explains how to evaluate and interpret performance, reveals fail-safe signs of when to get on (or off) a stock, and analyzes reasons behind recent winners and losers. This third edition of Finding Winners Among Depressed and Low-Priced Stocks has been thoroughly revised and updated. Richard L. Evans is a registered investment advisor, manager of individual investment and retirement portfolios, and the editor and publisher of The Renaissance Report: A Survey of Prime Turnaround Candidates. A recognized Dow Theorist, he is a graduate of Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and was formerly president, chief market strategist, and own of Dow Theory Forecasts. Evans is regularly quoted in leading investment publications and has appeared on numerous financial advice radio and TV programs.

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