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The Power Curve: Smart Investing Using Dividends, Options, and the Magic of Compounding (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 15 giu 2009

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As a volatile economy presents particular challenges to today's investor, successful money manager Scott G. Kyle examines the art and science of smart investing in this straightforward and accessible guide to making your money work for you. The Power Curve shows you how to immediately profit from a strategy that uses dividends, compounding, and sophisticated options-trading tools to obtain superior returns on your investments. Kyle explains how to construct a portfolio, analyze companies, and value equities -- all with the goal of giving you the tools to become a great trader and investor. Kyle takes the mystery out of options trading with real-life examples and direct, readable prose in this practical guide from which you can immediately profit. Packed with insights and techniques based on decades of experienceand containing valuable Power Tips that offer real solutions to investing dilemmas. CONTAINS MORE THAN SIXTY CHARTS AND DIAGRAMS, A GLOSSARY, AND AN INDEX

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4.0 su 5 stelle Nice options book 3 marzo 2014
Di MrLeeMrLee - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Good practical advice on options. How to get more on your long stocks and managing a stock portfolio. A definite keeper.
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4.0 su 5 stelle POWER CURVE AND PERSONAL INVESTING 11 gennaio 2013
Di John Y. Westmas - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
It's wisdom from the wise. Real smart stuff. Think you'll enjoy this. Concepts need to be studied. Take your time reading it. May need more than one read to absorb it.
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5.0 su 5 stelle TPC Review 11 agosto 2012
Di James Myler - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
I've read a few other books on investing, namely a couple motley fools and one Harvard review book, and this one was by far the most interesting. A good portion of the book deals with options but it also covers individual stock selection and how to analyze the fundamentals of a company using various ratios and balance sheet analysis−and like others have mentioned there's a bunch of graphs and charts explaining the effects of compounding with reinvested vs non-reinvested dividends, growth trends, options analysis, etc. I enjoyed the examples of tech companies in the 90's and early 2000's, like Yahoo, that grew at an exponential rate during the internet boom but soon couldn't sustain the intense rate of growth. I was astounded after reading the percentage of internet companies that ended up going bankrupt after this period. Overall I highly recommend this book - it's short and precise, definitely worth a read.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Very Insightful and Useful Read 18 giugno 2010
Di Susan Healy - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
Having studied Finance in school, I thought I knew a lot about options, dividends, etc.. but it wasn't until I read this book that I truly understood their power. The Power Curve is great for applying advanced stock concepts to your own investing endeavors. Most finance books are very dry to read, and I usually do not make it through the entire book, but Kyle uses everyday examples explain otherwise complex matters in easy-to-understand ways, and ultimately makes these important investment themes more relevant to everyday life.
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2.0 su 5 stelle Great Content. Horrible format. 21 marzo 2014
Di Nadra S Kebaili - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida
I am currently half way through the book and am finding the content to be useful but find that I am completely annoyed by the format. Maybe it is a personal preference, but I really appreciate when ideas are broken down visually into components. Full disclosure: I am a graphic designer but came to be from my love of visualizing quantitative information; I also have a degree in Economics ..

Several times in the book (i.e. Stock Selection Criteria and Five Forces) there is a list made (1-5) but then the breakdown of the list is not in that order and is not in any way delineated visually. It is a very conversational format. Most annoying is the random throwing of bolded technical terms (what I really want to learn) into paragraphs of text often without any explanation of what the terms are but only an item in the glossary to refer to. This causes a real break in flow of learning because one is always having to turn back to the glossary. I think this is my biggest bone of contention and the real motivation behind this review. I very very rarely write reviews but the format of the book bothered me enough that I felt I needed to write one!

If you are reading this out of general interest or like reading technical information in conversational paragraph format then please disregard this review and I am sure you will enjoy the book as all the other reviewers seem to have done .. I am not reading this out of general interest, I actually want to learn how to trade options so am quite annoyed!