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A New Approach to Charting Growth
After more than a 100 years of success as a product-focused company, DuPont realised it was time to adopt a service approach of “getting paid for what we know.” During the technology churn of the 1990s, IBM’s bright idea of ‘on-demand computing’ set the stage for Big Blue’s transformation from a hardware-focused company losing market share into a...
George Angell, in his new book (Small Stocks for Big Profits, John Wiley & Sons; Pages 210; $49.95), says the big opportunity for individual investors lies in emerging, relatively unknown companies overlooked by stock analysts and institutional investors. He provides strategies for finding up-and-coming companies that could become the Microsofts, Googles or Dells of tomorrow.
Tips On Value Investing
Playing Wall Street is an art, not a science,” says Harvey Houtkin. In his latest book, the late Houtkin, known in the financial community as the ‘father of day trading’, finds that conventional Wall Street wisdom works against the average investor. “If you want a friend on Wall Street, buy a dog,” he suggests. Instead of following a mainstream investing strategy, he...