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Short Selling with the O'Neil Disciples: Turn to the Dark Side of Trading

توضیحات

To some, short-selling represents the “dark side” of the market, and history has often characterized the art of selling short as an evil enterprise, embodying   a conspiratorial or pessimistic frame of mind that fixates on the negative. In the authors’ view, short-selling is nothing more than a method of investing and trading that recognizes the life-cycle paradigm arising from an economic system that thrives on “creative destruction.”

The book will:

  • Outline the six basic rules of short-selling
  • Provide opportunities on both the long and short sides of stocks depending on which side of the creation/destruction cycle they are in
  • Explain a refined method for shorting into rallies, shorting downside “breakouts” and massive dap-down moves, and when to cover and take your profit
  • Include case studies for companies such as Apple, Netflix, and Green Mountain Coffee

Investing and trading is about making money by profiting on the price movement of stocks and other securities. Short-selling is simply one component in smart investment and money management. Preserving gains is crucial in optimizing the performance of one’s investments, and short-selling serves as way to either profit outright or to help to offset declines in other stocks that make up the positions in a portfolio with more of an intermediate- to long-term investment horizon.


Preface

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1: Introduction to Short-Selling

How Not to Sell Stocks Short

Chapter 2: Short-Selling Essentials

Chapter 3: Short-Selling Set-Ups: Chart Patterns for the Dark Side

The Head & Shoulders Top

The Late-Stage Failed-Base

The Punchbowl of Death

Using Livermore’s “Century Mark” Rule Together With LSFB and POD Short-Sale Set-Ups

Summary

Chapter 4: In & Out: The Mechanics of Short-Selling

Entry Points

Exit Points

Applying Entry and Exit Point Methods in Real-Time

Determining Entry Points for POD Short-Sale Set-ups

Summary

Chapter 5: Case Study #1: Apple (AAPL) in 2012-2013

Summary

Chapter 6: Case Study #3: Netflix (NFLX) in 2011

Summary

Chapter 7: Case Study #3: Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) in 2011

Summary

Chapter 8: Case Study #4: Three D Systems (DDD) in 2014

Summary

Chapter 9: Case Study #5: Molycorp (MCP) in 2011

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Chapter 10: Templates of Doom: A Short-Selling Model Book

About the Authors

Index