Author: Michael Sincere
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What is a stock?
How to place a trade
Evaluating a stock
Knowing when to sell
Revised and updated–the new edition of the stock investing classic is packed with powerful new strategies for today’s market realities
Understanding Stocks, Second Edition teaches you how to open an account, evaluate stocks, and make trades. New chapters include short selling, ETF strategies, how to profit in bull and bear markets, how to use market indicators, using index funds, alternative investments, and new stock strategies. Also included are interviews with William O’Neil and John Bogle.
Michael Sincere is a full-time columnist for MarketWatch and author of numerous books, including Understanding Options, All About Market Indicators, Predict the Next Bull or Bear Market and Win, and Start Day Trading Now.
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Michael Sincere is a full-time columnist, writer, and author of numerous books, including Understanding Options and All About Market Indicators.
About the Author
Michael Sincere is the author of Understanding Options (McGraw-Hill, 2nd edition), All About Market Indicators (McGraw-Hill), Understanding Stocks (McGraw-Hill, 2nd Edition) and Start Day Trading Now (Adams Media).
Sincere has written numerous columns and magazine articles on investing and trading. He has also been interviewed on dozens of national radio programs and has appeared on financial news programs such as CNBC and ABC’s World News Now to talk about his books.
In addition to being a freelance writer and author, Sincere writes a column for MarketWatch, “Michael Sincere’s Long-Term Trader.” You can visit the author’s website and blog at michaelsincere.com. Using indicators and personal observations, each week he writes about the market’s next move.
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