Summary of The Superstock Investor

Profiting from Wall Street's Best Undervalued Companies

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The Superstock Investor book summary
Detach yourself from the investment herd.

Rating

8 Overall

7 Applicability

6 Innovation

9 Style

Recommendation

At first glance, this book may look like just another tediously detailed behind-the-scenes guide to picking stocks. But the delightful surprise concocted by authors Charles M. LaLoggia and Cherrie Mahon is the book’s page-turner narrative and laugh-out-loud wit, which they often use effectively to nail critical points. The authors focus on how to spot and invest in undervalued companies. At first glance, this book may look like just another tediously detailed behind-the-scenes guide to picking stocks. But the delightful surprise concocted by authors Charles M. LaLoggia and Cherrie Mahon is the book’s page-turner narrative and laugh-out-loud wit, which they often use effectively to nail critical points. The authors focus on how to spot and invest in undervalued companies.getAbstract.com recommends this book to investment professionals (hey, the way things are going, a few fresh insights can’t hurt) as well as to anyone, including Sunday speculators in need of a good laugh.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to identify undervalued stocks
  • How to recognize indicators that undervalued stocks may be on the verge of a breakthrough
  • Why expert stock advice is so often wrong
 

Summary

Superstocks
The stock market is brimming with good stocks that you may not be aware of... at least, not yet. These stocks have yet to be discovered by mainstream analysts and investors. How can that be? If a stock is solid, doesn’t everyone know about it? Not necessarily. Some surprisingly...
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About the Authors

Charles M. LaLoggia is the editor of Superstock Investor, a newsletter that focuses on companies that are likely targets of takeovers or other price catalysts. A former insider trading analyst with Merrill Lynch, he has been featured in a variety of national financial media, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and BusinessWeek. Cherrie Mahon is Director of Research for Superstock Investor. Before joining the newsletter, she was a successful stockbroker with a major brokerage firm.


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