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Stock Market Logic: A Sophisticated Approach to Profits on Wall Street [Paperback]

Norman G. Fosback
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August 1991
This classic, first published in 1976, has gone through 18 printings and sold more than a half-million copies. It offers comprehensive coverage of the stock market for investors and professionals, and presents a coherent philosophy, showing how investors with reasonable objectives can use this approach to reap steady rewards. Includes discussions on market indicators, econometrics and the market and stock selection theories. It outlines a financial management system to measure the market and keep score, and explains how to use market logic and mutual funds to maximize profit and reduce risk.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Every Market Index Explained And Rated Dec 8 1997
Format:Paperback
If you ever had a question about almost any stock market indicator, measure or index, Mr. Fosback will provide an answer. Not only does he give you the definition of the item in question, he then will give you his opinion of its usefullness. Going one step further, he will many times also give you an improved version as well.
Readers of his "Mutual Fund Forcaster" and other newsletters will find in-depth analysis of Mr. Fosback's favorite measures of market health.
This book is like a short course in understanding the stockmarket. If you read it you will probably know more than most professors! Consider this the text book to Investing 201!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Every Market Index Explained And Rated Dec 8 1997
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Format:Paperback
If you ever had a question about almost any stock market indicator, measure or index, Mr. Fosback will provide an answer. Not only does he give you the definition of the item in question, he then will give you his opinion of its usefullness. Going one step further, he will many times also give you an improved version as well.
Readers of his "Mutual Fund Forcaster" and other newsletters will find in-depth analysis of Mr. Fosback's favorite measures of market health.
This book is like a short course in understanding the stockmarket. If you read it you will probably know more than most professors! Consider this the text book to Investing 201!
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the bible Jan. 4 2001
By Peter Alevizos - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Those of you who have tried to tackle the area of market timing and TA should use this as the base book to understanding and APPLYING technical analysis. IT is not limited to TA in that it will present a comprehensive analysis of the major factors to look at in trading the markets. Start with this book if you are a beginner and if advanced -- buy it to reinforce or test your foundation. If you can understand the approach of this book and learn how to apply the a base set of concepts, you will improve your trading skill and profits.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not that impressed June 21 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I know this has been around a long while and is considered something of a classic, but it just didn't do much for me. A lot of prose, a lot of fundamentals, chapters 77 to 82 are commercials for Norman's newsletter service. Seems to fail to recommend any specific action other than subscribing to his newsletter. There are some interesting, though out of date tables. 101+ subjects that just don't seem to come together.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Misrepresented by Seller Oct. 26 2008
By Chawks - Published on Amazon.com
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Third party seller represented this book as a new 2006 edition published in India. In reality it was heavily used 1976 edition. Caveat Emptor!
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