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He ran one of the most successful newsletters ever. I haven't been able to find copies of them but have read third person reviews about them and have read several comments from Mr. This book gives an excellent example of several simple things you can do to create a system for managing your portfolio. It amazes me how accurate his ideas still are. I purchased this book because the AAII 8 year study of different strategies showed Zwieg's returning 1, This study got my attention.
Zweig is a rare mix, he was previously a finance professor, He holds many degrees in finance. He is a successful trader in his own right. He is the chairman of a very successful closed end fund and a mutual fund, and publishes one of the most successful newsletters the Zwieg Forecast. His super model for stock market timing focuses in on timiming for entries and exits based on monetary policy and market momentum.
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He uses the prime rate, Fed rate, and installment debt as factors to judge the markets performance. He also uses market momentum indicators like advance decline ratios being greter than 2 to 1, up volume being at a ratio. He puts these factors together to create a point valued timing system that was close to perfect during the past 30 years predicting the trend. He shows the performance of each factor in real historical data. Which is great advice for investors.
I am a stock trader so I play the market differently, but use this in my K. He also does the best job I have seen explaining short selling and how it is the same amount of risk as going long.
Excellent book I put it at the top of the list in my library of 75 trading books. Excellent book with some good methods of taking the market temperature that were totally new to me. And that's after having read at least books out there on methods to succeed in trading.
This one is of a different breed. This is a classic and is the definitve work even up to this date on the effects of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates on the stock market.
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Martin Zweig was a financial analyst, investor, and author of the book Winning on Wall Street.
He also created the Zweig Forecast in , which ran for 26 years. In , Zweig famously predicted the stock market crash known as Black Monday.