Review The Research Driven Investor: How to Use Information, Data and Analysis for Investment Success
by TIMOTHY HAYES
What hinders investors from achieving the most favorable results is the complicated and highly-volatile nature of financial markets. To minimize the taxing and oftentimes daunting tasks that every investor experience while investing, The Research Driven Investor was written. Carrying out a focal purpose, this straightly provides a series of the discussion focused at investment frameworks and strategies. These models are products of intensive researches and hundred years of stock data statistics intellectually gathered and studied in Ned Davis Research. Hence every model is guaranteed to have a lasting effect and is expected to provide optimum, accurate, and winning solutions that will reveal the most viable buy and sell points. More so, every model is expected to help investors arrive at the most advantageous results.
Explained inside are necessary investment processes, including the development of a precise stock market outlook and designing a flexible investment strategy that caters to investor’s objectives. Beyond all that, this guide enables an approach that will efficiently show investors how to determine market reversals accurately, how to conduct fund allocation, and analyze persisting market trends properly.
About the Author
Timothy Hayes leads the global equity department at Ned Davis Research. His functions under the aforementioned financial research firm include writing the weekly Stock Selection Focus, International Focus, and several market advisory journals. He usually graces different media forums on CNBC and CNN’s Moneyline. He is a recipient of the Charles H. Dow Award for revolutionary and academic-binding researches in technical analysis.
Table of Contents
PART ONE: THE OPTIMAL STRATEGY FOR STOCK MARKET PROFITS
- Chapter 1: Thinking Big- The Top-Down Approach
- Chapter 2: Gathering the Information and Getting Started
PART TWO: DEVELOPING A VIEW OF WHERE THE MARKET IS HEADING
- Chapter 3: How Stock Market Indicators Can Help You
- Chapter 4: Developing Indicators
- Chapter 5: Trend-Sensitive Indicators
- Chapter 6: Valuation and Long-Term Sentiment
- Chapter 7: Shorter-Term Sentiment
- Chapter 8: Monetary and Economic Indicators
PART THREE: WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR MARKET VIEW
- Chapter 9: Maximizing Your Returns through Effective Asset Allocation
- Chapter 10: Screening to Enhance Your Buy and Sell Decisions
- Chapter 11: Current Applications, Long-Term Implications