How to Make Money in Stocks: A Winning System in Good Times and Bad
How to Make Money in Stocks gives you a simple, easy-to-use system called C-A-N S-L-I-M. The C-A-N S-L-I-M method is based on an exhaustive, ongoing analysis of every big winning stock each year since 1953.
Each letter in C-A-N S-L-I-M stands for one of the seven key factors that all of these past super winners had in common. So, this is not some theoretical or academic method. This is based on how the stock market actually works.
How well does the C-A-N S-L-I-M method work? It is the best method devised and available for individual investors, whether new or experienced. More than 200,000 people have attended our free investment seminars and all-day paid workshops where the method is explained in detail. At each session, many people tell us how they made 50% or 100% in the previous year using the C-A-N S-L-I-M system.
- C = Current Quarterly Earnings Per Share: How Much Is Enough?
- A = Annual Earnings Increases: Look for Meaningful Growth
- N = New Products, New Management, New Highs: Buying at the Right Time
- S = Supply and Demand: Small Capitalization Plus Big Volume Demand
- L = Leader or Laggard: Which Is Your Stock?
- I = Institutional Sponsorship: A Little Goes a Long Way
- M = Market Direction: How to Determine It
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