Beyond the Zulu Principle

Beyond the Zulu Principle : Extraordinary Profits from Growth Shares

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The goal of all investors is to make the maximum profit from their investments. This work shows you how to do this by focusing on growth shares. The author believes he has discovered a major market anomaly that should enable both private and institutional investors to enjoy exceptional returns in the stockmarket. A number of important factors are crucial to successful investment. Jim Slater explains how to choose a company operating in the right sector with an advantage over its competitors. He also highlights the importance of directors dealings, CEO changes, relative strength, cash flow accelerating earnings and the capacity of some companies to clone their activities. The guidance offered in this book should help readers to make stockmarket profits well beyond the market averages.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 216 pages
  • 182 x 242 x 16mm | 739.37g
  • Cengage Learning, Inc
  • Texere Publishing
  • Florence, United States
  • English
  • New edition
  • New edition
  • 1587990946
  • 9781587990946

Table of contents

1. Your approach to investment 2. Why growth share? 3. What is a growth share? 4. Price-earning growth factors 5. Pegs at work 6. Cash flow 7. Relative strength 8. Management 9. Competitive advantage 10. Strong financial position 11. Accelerating earnings per share 12. Other investment criteria 13. Your stockbroker and you 14. Putting it all together 15. Portfolio management 16. Bull and bear markets 17. Technology stocks 18. Cyclical stocks 19. Recommended reading 20. Summary
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