Invest Like a Shark and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. DePorre, noted stock market investor and writer for vitecek.info and vitecek.info, offers advice to small investors. The key to maximizing assets, he says, is shark investing—protecting capital. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. DePorre, noted stock market investor and writer for. They invest their money in what they think are good stocks or mutual funds and then their destinies but to flourish much like a shark in the ocean. The essence .
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Invest Like a Shark book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Profit from Your Unique Advantages as a Small Investor--Speed an. INVEST LIKE THE FATHER . a Shark, the latest book from 'Na- .. One of the things I like most about dividend investing is that there's a nuclear-energy-etf- vitecek.info?nc=true&siteEntryPassthrough=true. How to invest like a shark Stay in motion, trolling for your “next meal” Stalk your prey patiently, relentlessly, and without emotion Move fast when there's blood.
In this book, James "RevShark" DePorre reveals how to maximize your powerful and unique advantages as a small investor: You'll learn why "buy and hold" is today's riskiest strategy In short, you'll learn the same disciplined investment techniques that helped DePorre build a tiny nest egg into a huge fortune and transformed his life.
If you read TheStreet. Now, in this fast-paced, insightful, and entertaining book, DePorre shows how "you can do it, too. Stay in motion, trolling for your "next meal" Stalk your prey patiently, relentlessly, and without emotion Move fast when there's blood in the water Know when to strike Know when to swim away Sell when you sense danger Feed on the frenzied crowd Profit from others' fear, despair, stupidity, and greed Use all your unique advantages and strengths Leverage small caps, technical analysis, and the tremendous power of cash Invest with the shark's attitude Be active, adaptive--and control your own destiny Get A Copy.
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Showing Rating details. Sort order. Dec 28, Steven rated it really liked it Shelves: I've been reading RevShark online for almost twenty years and first read this book when it came out in late His trading philosophy got a lot of people to the sidelines before the meltdown.
The main idea is that, as an individual investor, you have advantages over the big mutual funds, so don't mimic them with your own portfolio. The other main idea he puts forward is to ignore a lot of the standard advice the financial industry espouses.
The industry's goal is to get your assets into I've been reading RevShark online for almost twenty years and first read this book when it came out in late The industry's goal is to get your assets into their accounts and to hold onto them so they can procure fees, etc.
They want you to buy and hold and forget. RevShark wants you to buy and sell and be nimble. Protect your capital above all else, even if it means going to all cash at times. Heresy to the financial industry. Gospel from RevShark.
Caveat here is that this is a book for individual investors who want to manage their own portfolios. If you do, this is an enlightening book that will free you to trade for your own account, and not just offer a strategy to mimic some mutual fund's buy and hold philosophy. A book I return to frequently to refresh my trading - and capital preservation - mindset.
Sep 17, Ellen Attar rated it it was amazing. This is an excellent book that opened my eyes to using charts and movement as part of an investment strategy. Although I won't be using his technique exclusively, it has added a wonderful dimension to my investment strategy. As a novice trader, I appreciate the fact that his explanations are clear, concise and simple. One reader notes that the book does not go into great detail about reading charts, but this isn't a book on charts, it's a book on investing strategy that involves charts volatilit This is an excellent book that opened my eyes to using charts and movement as part of an investment strategy.
One reader notes that the book does not go into great detail about reading charts, but this isn't a book on charts, it's a book on investing strategy that involves charts volatility.
I will read this book again as my experience and knowledge increase, and I will do more research on reading charts, which I wouldn't be up to had I not read this book. Makes a lot of sense Trading begins with the right mindset. This book captures all the essentials on how to set yourself up to be a shark. It is not a magical tool that gives you instant wins, but you will be armed with enough agility on how to approach better trading.
Apr 07, Marshall rated it really liked it.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Moral of the story is that you will not likely out-research the likes of Buffet, so don't try.
Rather follow the big guys and feast on the scraps.
He says it better though; his styles of shark investing are interesting. Jan 14, Mrlunch rated it did not like it. This investment strategy book could be so inspiring and informative.
After all, it's not everyday a guy loses his hearing, his job, hits rock bottom and then comes back to make millions by creating a set of stock trading investment principles.
Unfortunately, this book isn't that inspiring or informative. In fact, get rid of the repetition and vague, general advice he gives and this book could be a long magazine article--a 40 page "book" at best.
Wish this guy had had a better editor. Those people writing reviews on Amazon might happen to be some friends of mine. I know the book hasn't been out that terribly long, but those I'm referring to have been following Deporre online for a while now. Post a Comment. Invest Like a Shark: Cramer Foreword This shark is afraid of depth.
Very afraid of depth. Superficial treatment of investing with capital S is what this book is all about. In its subtitle the book promises to tell you , How a deaf guy with no job and limited capital made a fortune investing in the stock market.
That story is known to most readers of thestreet. That story is 7 pages in the book, rest of the book is superficial fluff and mostly a long harangue about how Wall Street is out to get the small guy. The authors prescription to average investors to overcome that problem is to become a active trader. The author calls this new approach Shark Investing. Now how does RevShark define shark investing, well tough luck finding that in this book. What you will find is general, non specific homilies like shark investors are aggressive, they are flexible, they are fast and so on and so on without getting in to details.
Consider these characteristic of Shark Investor the author highlights: I made that up Rhetorical flourish and flowery language is used all the time to avoid getting in to depth. Throughout this book this shark skillfully avoids getting in to deep waters. So all other approach to investing are dismissed as not suitable without providing any valid proof or coherent arguments. Value investing is dismissed as buy and hold, which shows utter lack of understanding by the author about what value investing is.
Academic research is dismissed as just efficient market hypothesis. Obviously in the shallow waters this shark swims in he has never heard of things like PEADs and momentum anomalies and several other anomalies which challenged efficient market hypothesis immediately.
The funny part is after dismissing academic research as not useful to investors the author gives two examples of Shark style trading PCR and GROW, both are examples of post earnings announcement drifts , where those stocks broke out post significantly better earnings. PEAD is well documented anomaly in academic literature. Overall in this book, there are no specific and just general superficial direction. The shark metaphor is overused, so it becomes irritating. As a trader I doubt you would find anything useful or containing any depth in this book.
As an investor you should stay away from this Shark.