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by Simon Cawkwell

Download Profit of the Plunge: How to Win at Short-selling eBook
ISBN:
094803517X
Author:
Simon Cawkwell
Category:
Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Rushmere Wynn (October 9, 1995)
Pages:
150 pages
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Profit of the Plunge, Rushmere Wynne, 1995

Profit of the Plunge, Rushmere Wynne, 1995. Advice from a short seller. They can swan along and upwards for years but they have no cushion for the bad times. Never short-sell stocks when they are going up. Wait until they are going down and never hesitate to kick them down should they be so impertinent as to make an emotional appeal for help. Always treat any stockbroker who is remunerated with commission as a compulsive liar. Work on the assumption that all regulators are completely useless.

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While short selling does present investors with an opportunity to make profits in a declining or neutral market, it. .What is the Definition of Sell?

While short selling does present investors with an opportunity to make profits in a declining or neutral market, it should only be attempted by sophisticated investors and advanced traders due to its risk of infinite losses. When Does Short Selling Make Sense? Short selling is not a strategy used by many investors largely because the expectation is that stocks will rise in value. The stock market, in the long run, tends to go up although it certainly has its periods where stocks go down. What is the Definition of Sell?

Simon Cawkwell, nicknamed Prophet of the plunge and Evil Knievil by the British media, is a London .

Simon Cawkwell shorted Robert Maxwell’s doomed firm in 1991ANDREW PARSONS, I-IMAGES. Winning the lottery would not change Simon Cawkwell’s life one iota - although he says he would love a magic wand to get rid of his diabetes, triggered by obesity. Cawkwell made his name and his fortune betting against companies - known as shorting their stock - and in some cases helping to precipitate their downfall.