Veteran Stock Trader Reveals Stock Market Success Secrets

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Stock trading is no longer a gamble with the easy to understand stock market secrets revealed in "How to Find a Home Run Stock".

How to Find a Home Run Stock

Eagle Point Publishing announces the release of the second edition of How to Find a Home Run Stock written by veteran stock trader John Lux. "How to Find a Home Run Stock", a Rich Dad, Poor Dad for the stock market, explains how to get the maximum amount of return with the minimum risk in laymen terms even the most novice of stock trader can understand. Lux's second edition revisions make the book even easier to read and apply.

"How to Find a Home Run Stock," which can be purchased on for $39.95 How to Find a Home Run Stock tells you how to research, find accumulate and sell stocks that will double or triple in six months to one year. Using the techniques revealed in the book, Lux recently recommended a low-priced stock that went up 40 times in six months. This book shows you that you don't need to take large risks for large profits -- exactly the opposite, the best returns are made in stocks with the least risk.

Some of the questions answered in "How to Find a Home Run Stock:" What's the difference between a dangerous short sale and a great short sale? Which stocks should you dump immediately? How can you tell if you should trust your broker?

Not only does John Lux give you the rules for finding Home Run Stocks, he gives you the rules for finding stocks with minimal downside risk -- and at the same time maximum ability to rocket upward.

John Lux is a professional stock trader with 40 years of experience on Wall Street. He holds a degree in statistics analysis from New York University, and has had experience in securities analysis and investment banking.. Lux was the host of "The Wall Street Insider with John Lux," a financial television program.

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Faith Goodwin
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