The Research Driven Investor: How to Use Information, Data, and Analysis for Investment Success
McGraw-Hill, 2001 - 305 pages
Today’s volatile market environment makes it increasingly difficult for regular investors to achieve top results. The Research Driven Investor presents walk-through examples of a wide variety of investment models, based on more than 100 years of stock market data and research from Ned Davis Research, that will help investors use technical indicators to consistently produce clear buy and sell signals—and achieve top results. Hayes shows investors how to develop an accurate stock market outlook, then build an investment strategy to fit their specific goals, risk tolerance, and time horizon. This proactive approach to investment success shows investors, among other points, how to: *Consistently identify market turning points *Allocate funds among asset classes *Focus on emerging market themes
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