Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard

Review Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard: How to Achieve Super Performance in Stocks in Any Market 


Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard


In author Mark Minerveni’s bestselling “Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard,” he reveals a revolutionary trading system that basically runs other experts’ systems into the ground. Dubbed as the Specific Entry Point Analysis or the SEPA system, this remarkable guide and reference documents its proved and tried effectiveness in a live market environment with countless examples and case studies that already sells itself in pure numbers and statistics. Furthermore, this cohesive and comprehensive book details the do and don’ts that every trader and investor should know before the get-go. From picking stocks that haven’t gained traction yet to avoid commonly-made mistakes and pitfalls that plague the investing community, this book will show readers how to develop this system efficiently and become a wizard in all things investment-related.  

About the Author

Mark Minervini, one of America’s most successful stock traders, has been a veteran of Wall Street for nearly 30 years. He founded Minervini Private Access, an online members-only platform that provides real-time access to his SEPA stock trades. He also conducts a live Master Trader Program where attendees experience hands-on education about his methodology.

Table of Contents

  • Foreword
    • Chapter 1 – An Introduction Worth Reading
    • Chapter 2 – What You Need to Know First
    • Chapter 3 – Specific Entry Point Analysis: The Sepa Strategy
    • Chapter 4 – Value Comes at a Price
    • Chapter 5 – Trading with the Trend
    • Chapter 6 – Categories, Industry Groups, and Catalysts
    • Chapter 7 – Fundamentals to Focus On
    • Chapter 8 – Assessing Earnings Quality
    • Chapter 9 – Follow the Leaders
    • Chapter 10 – A Picture is Worth a Million Dollars
    • Chapter 11 – Don’t Just Buy What You Know
    • Chapter 12 – Risk Management: Part 1 – The Nature of Risk
    • Chapter 13 – Risk Management: Part 2 – How to Deal With and Control Risk
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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