The Little Book of Stock Market Profits: Exploiting market anomalies
Unconventional ways of picking stocks
Mitch Zacks is innovative; he introduced a novel approach to stock-picking. In his book Ahead of the Market, written in 2003, he pointed out that while analysts’ ratings of stocks are not that useful, there is a profitable way of using them. He advised: watch the change in the collective ratings. When analysts revise their ratings upwards, a stock is likely to move higher. Zacks has built a great niche business after collecting and constantly testing the changes in analysts’ ratings over almost two decades. In his new book, 20th in The Little Book...
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