The Battle for Stock Market Profits [Not the Way It’s Taught at Harvard Business School].

First Edition of Gerald Loeb's The Battle for Stock Market Profits

The Battle for Stock Market Profits [Not the Way It’s Taught at Harvard Business School].

LOEB, Gerald M. [G.M.].

$300.00

Item Number: 104729

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1971.

First edition of this classic work on high-risk investment for maximum profit, including the Loeb Checklist for managing stocks. Octavo, original cloth. Near fine in a very good dust jacket. Jacket design by Ken Braren.

Gerald M. Loeb was a founding partner of E.F. Hutton, a renowned and successful Wall Street trader, and the author of the books The Battle For Investment Survival and The Battle For Stock Market Profits. Instead of encouraging diversification, he instead urged investors to commit strongly to one action at a time. According to Loeb, investing all one’s resources in a single stock could result in maximized profits, so long as one picked a successful stock or, at least, cut one’s losses immediately and moved the remaining assets into another stock that proved more successful.

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