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【ZT】William J. O’Neil’s 10 Trading Principles (股市)

by super(学霸) ⌂, 2015-05-13 20:10
edited by 学霸, 2015-05-13 22:20

published on wuwei.ca at 2015-05-13 20:10, topic link: http://wuwei.ca/index.php?id=25206

“I make it a rule to never lose more than 7 percent on any stock I buy. If a stock drops 7 percent below my purchase price, I will automatically sell it at the market – no second-guessing, no hesitation”


“The whole secret to winning in the stock market is to lose the least amount possible when you’re not right.”


“90% of the people in the stock market, professionals and amateurs alike, simply haven’t done enough homework.”


“It seldom pays to invest in laggard stocks, even if they look tantalizingly cheap. Look for, and confine your purchases to, market leaders.”


“Investors cash in small, easy-to-take profits and hold their losers. This tactic is exactly the opposite of correct investment procedure. Investors will sell a stock with profit before they will sell one with a loss.”


“Cardinal Rule #1 is to sell short only during what you believe is a developing bear market, not a bull market.”


“The number one market leader is not the largest company or the one with the most recognized brand name; it’s the one with the best quarterly and annual earnings growth, return on equity, profit margins, sales growth, and price action.”


“Some investors have trouble making decisions to buy or sell. In other words, they vacillate and can’t make up their minds. They are unsure because they really don’t know what they are doing. They do not have a plan, a set of principles, or rules to guide them and, therefore, are uncertain of what they should be doing.”


“Since the market tends to go in the opposite direction of what the majority of people think, I would say 95% of all these people you hear on TV shows are giving you their personal opinion. And personal opinions are almost always worthless … facts and markets are far more reliable.”


“The best way to measure a stock’s supply and demand is by watching its daily trading volume. When a stock pulls back in price, you want to see volume dry up, indicating no significant selling pressure. When it rallies up in price, you want to see volume rise, which usually represents institutional buying.”

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