100 Ways to Beat the Market (One Hundred Ways to Beat the by Gene Walden

By Gene Walden

A bestselling writer and funding analyst deals confirmed thoughts for traders. Walden has written an easy, succinct, simple advisor to profitable inventory marketplace making an investment ideas. For this booklet, he has talked with a few of the most sensible funding execs on the earth together with mutual fund managers, analysts, economists, and stockbrokers.

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When you meet with your broker prospects, ask the following questions. An easy way to remember the questions is to think of "TAPES"as in "ticker tape": Â < previous page < previous page page_198 page_199 next page > next page > Page 199 ℜ• Types of investors. What types of investors do you work with the most? ℜ• Approach. What is your investment approach? ℜ• Products. What types of investment products do you specialize in? ℜ• Experience. How long have you been a broker? (You probably don't want the most experienced brokers in the firm, because most of them already have hundreds or thousands of clients.

If stocks with high price-earnings ratios have you worried, you might consider the other extremelow PE stocks, the stocks that no one else wants. Some money managers specialize exclusively in low PE stocks with good success. In fact, studies have shown that low PE stocks, as a group, tend to outperform the overall market. "There is some evidence that a portfolio of stocks with relatively low earnings multiples has often produced above average rates of return," says Princeton professor and author Burton Malkiel.

Stagnant earnings can reap similar results. Ascend Communications, which had an 89 PE in 1996, saw its earnings flatten out in 1997 (although its revenues continued to climb), leading to a plunge in share prices from $62 to about $25. , a computer networking company that had a 65 PE in 1996, saw its earnings drop from 54 cents a share in 1996 to a loss of about 40 cents a share through the first three quarters of 1997. The result was a 75 percent drop in the stock price, from $35 to $8 a share.

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