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How to Make Money Selling Stocks Short
By: O'neil, ; O'neil, William J.

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Item #: 2617493
Pages: 192
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
ISBN: 0471710490
Type: Book - Soft Cover
Publish Date : 1/25/2005
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Synopsis:
If you are like most investors, everyone is always telling you about good stocks to buy, and most of your investment study and research time is spent looking for that one big, winning, buy idea. That’s fine if the overall market is consistently positive and strong. But the market has periods where it spends as much time in a bear market as in a bull market. There are two sides to everything - except the stock market! In the stock market there is only one side, and it isn’t the bull side OR the bear side, but the RIGHT side. Few investors really understand how to buy stocks successfully and even fewer investors understand when to sell their stocks. Virtually no one, including most professionals, knows how to sell short correctly. O'Neil offers this simple and timeless advice in How and When to Sell Stocks Short.

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Table of Contents:
Foreword.

PART 1. How and When to Sell Stocks Short.

Selling Short.

Sell Short in the Correct Market Environment.

What Goes Up Must Come Down.

How to Use the General market Averages.

What to Do with a Rally.

How Cycles Occur.

Examples of Failure-prone Bases.

Watch the Stocks as Well as the Market.

What to Sell Short.

Common Sense Should Prevail.

Examples of Climax Tops.

What Not to Sell Short.

Timing Your Short Sales.

Examples of 50-Day Moving Average Breaks.

Overhead Supply.

Examples of Overhead Supply.

Examples of Head & Shoulders Tops.

How to Set a Price Limit.

When to Buy Back and Cover Your Short Sale.

Don't Run with the Crowd.

Puts and Calls.

Short Interest Reporting.

Risk is Always Present.

Short Selling Checklist.

PART 2. the Anatomy of a Short Sale.

PART 3. Models of Greatest Short Sales.

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Lucent Technologies, inc.

Calpine Corp.

Yahoo!, Inc.

Broadcom Corp.

Certain-Teed Products Corp.

Loews Corp.

Redman Industries, Inc. & Skyline Corp.

C-Cube Microsystems, Inc.

Additional Models of Greatest Short Sales.

Index.

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