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A Way to Wealth: The Art of Investing in Common Stocks is a simple guide to investing successfully (even during a bear market) and a must-read for anyone interested in making money in the market over the long haul.
At just over 60 pages, this easy-to-understand stock investing e-book and print version complete with many annotated charts takes less than an hour to read but provides you with the author's best investment strategy garnered from over thirty years in the markets.
Learn how John made up to a 200% profit in MBIA and Wachovia Bank, up to 600% in Johnson and Johnson, and up to 700% profit in Wells Fargo and more over a period of years.
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The rules-based stock market investment strategy detailed in The Art of Investing in Common Stocks is not a get-rich-quick or day trading system. Rather this concise book demonstrates the value of being a patient investor while giving you the knowledge and the investment rules you may need to earn greater profits throughout both bull and bear markets.
John's two-step method is so simple that most anyone with the willingness to learn may gain experience and sustain their profitability over time by utilizing it.
The method's first step shows investors how to create a watchlist of prospects for further investigation.
The second step reveals how to pinpoint the most important stock buying patterns of top executives' purchases of their company stock. Company directors and officers are known as "insiders." Insider transactions are required to be reported within two days and then are public information. Daily Graphs, the research source that I used for my method, and now its successor publication, incorporates this insider transaction data into its chart pages.
John drew his inspiration for writing his guide to investing by studying the stock buying behavior of luminaries such as Warren Buffett and the late John Templeton. The author maintains that when a superior investor and the company's insiders are buying a stock, it may be time to step up to the plate! By using the low-maintenance strategy explained in his book, investors may invest along side of the" smart money" and potentially see very rewarding gains over time.
While John inevitably experienced some losses in some of his investments while using the method described in A Way to Wealth, his stock gains greatly outweighed the losses experienced over the time that this strategy was implemented.
To offer a guarantee or a promise that you may be successful using this method would be against securities law. Investors may not experience the same or similar results as the author did and equities that investors may choose with Reizner's method going forward may not perform similarly as the examples portrayed in his book.