Invest Like a Pro!

Invest Like a Pro!

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New York, New York (Time Magazine), Monday, May 25, 1959, 12:00:00 EDT

RE: Nicholas Durbus' Amazingly Successful Financial Documentary

Dear Equity Investor,

It was the last early summer of the 1950s.

The dance team of Durbus' brothers and sisters was as well-established in the media as today's Sarche de Soleil. Their graceful dance delighted European and American television viewers.

The Darvas name was revered in Las Vegas, New York, Toronto, and far abroad in the show business world. Nicholas Durbus has publicly solidified his name as one of the best dancers in the world.

Celebrities were shocked when Nicholas was featured in a full-page Time Magazine article as a rich equity investor who "ignores hints, financial articles, and broker letters" rather than as a dancer. .. This was followed by a 1960 book entitled "How to Make $ 2,000,000 in the Stock Market." The book became unpopular when business schools began to teach that rational analysis could not beat the market.

By the way, he earned $ 2.5 million in 6.5 years.

Apart from the masses hidden under esoteric mathematics, there is recent evidence from the top of the investment that Darvas was right. ** See Moskowitz, T., Cliff Asness and Lasse Pedersen, "Value and Momentum Everywhere", Journal of Finance (2012).

World-class performance comes from a world-class mind. Dalbus studied at the most knowledgeable University of Budapest in Hungary.

He was trained not only as a classical dancer but also as an economist.

Economics was less paid than dance. But he was an excellent scholar with an accurate organization.

This allowed him to accurately record the distress and uplifting feelings of each trade. I decided to enter the stock market. I have never returned to this decision. -Nicolas Darvas

Learn what worked from a major finance professor at a state university!

You can read his book, but do you really understand it? It's unlikely.

I don't want to press the

button. I just point out that most of my adult life was the only heartfelt dedication to mastering finance.

Read Udemy's profile. I am a finance professor at the University of Puerto Rico Business School, a major state university. We are a major business school in the Caribbean.

Look over your shoulder while analyzing the secrets of Nicholas Durbus ...

Thousands of MBA students understand the deepest financial principles in my class. They work in a variety of industries, from pharmaceuticals to Wall Street.

I am training these professional finance managers. And I can train you to go from toe to toe against Wall Street wolves.

Level the stadium with the skills you will learn in this course. And you will improve over the years to come.

I am your ultimate financial coach. I know how to guide a mass of financial knowledge that is difficult for everyone.

That's because I've trained thousands of young people in finance. I will show you the black forest.

This is the worst challenge of 25 hard knocks to get started with equity investors ...

Nicolas Darvas initially faced many of the same challenges as I did. That's part of why his classic book is so true to so many equity investors that we know today. This is an example of the difficulties Durbus had to overcome.

Issue # 1: Blind Luck. The first profit of the stock that Durbus landed made me naive to believe that it was easy to invest, not from his own thought process.

Issue # 2: GOSSIP. Nicholas Durbus finds out he knew nothing about stocks and asks, "Do you know good stocks?", Seeking the wisdom of random strangers that leads to a chaotic portfolio.

Issue # 3: Others. Neither casual acquaintances nor brokers on his trip know the secret to making money on stocks.

Issue # 4: Cost. Brokerage fees and distribution taxes thin out Nicholas Durbus's first stock market revenues — and he realizes he has to manage them.

Issue # 5: Over-trading. Darvas is rushing to profit by expanding its stake in more than 30 shares, raising account depletion fees, and reducing management and tracking.

Issue # 5: LOSER-LOVE. Nicholas became obsessed with certain stocks, giving him a tendency to explode falling stocks with losses.

Issue # 6: Gambler-Anonymous. On stage, this trained dancer was the pinnacle of disciplined control. Chasing over-trading stocks in a fast back quickly lost him $ 200 a day.

Issue # 7: GURUS. Nicolas Darvas was attracted to an advisory service that made speculation sound like a moment, meeting the urgent need to make money, but recommended a reduction in inventory. Are you spending hundreds or thousands on financial advisory services for investment newsletters? If so, you probably asked yourself, "Where are those 100 percent profits promised in glossy marketing?"

Issue # 8: Date. Famous dancers do not know when they will enter the market. This turns $ 11,000 into $ 5,800.

Issue # 9: Hint. Brokers provide advice in the form of fundamentals-based secure inventory. Brokers are also not good at advice.

Issue # 10: Projection. Durbus immediately blames the broker for the mistake of truncating his learning ability.

Issue # 11: Ignorance. Even the greatest dancers in the world are inferior students who do not understand the terminology, making it difficult for Nicholas to communicate clearly with the broker. This was before online trading and retail investors had to have a broker.

Issue # 12: Vision. Nicolas Darvas quickly realizes that he can't see the strongest trees in the woods and begins looking for the strongest rising stocks.

Issue # 13: Liquidity. Durbus is having a hard time reselling his small stake in the chaotic over-the-counter (OTC) market.

Issue # 14: Internal idiot. Hungarian trained economists become world-class classical dancers and begin tracking the internal trade of the largest executives. He soon realizes that insiders no longer know the direction of the stock of the company they control than you! And I saw this "too late-too late" factoid in Brown, S., Cao-Alvira, J. & Powers, E. (2013). Does the investment newsletter move the market? Financial management, Vol. XXXXII, (2), 315-338.

Challenge # 15: Overconfidence. Basic filtering, as is common in the value line, leads Nicholas to the flimsy land of false hope.

Challenge # 16: Regret-Avoidance. If Durbus was alive today, he would be nailed to the screen for fear of losing his stock. He oversees his equity returns and wastes a lot of energy.

Issue # 17: Topping out. Nicholas burns out when he buys at the top of the run, so he focuses on a price integration called a "box."

Issue # 18: Fatigue. If you chase the stock just because it has risen, it's too late for the broker to get his attention before calling.

Issue # 19: Coin toss. Making more money on profitable deals than losing on a loser becomes his mantra because he understands that he is not better at choosing a winner than a simple coin toss.

Issue # 20: Data. Darvas recognizes that we need access to high quality data not only in price but also in quantity.

Issue # 21: Paper Transactions-This. Nicholas finally realizes that the paper deal doesn't take him anywhere — he must be emotionally involved.

Issue # 22: DIONY SUS. By accepting and realizing the central truth that stocks he owns and monitors cause unexplained price collapse, he is as knowledgeable as any other guru. I understand that.

Subject #23: Tax Relief.

Many people hold shares for more than a year to lower the tax rate on capital rather than short-term profits. He decides that he must sell, even if the tax on his profits is high for him.

Issue # 24: Purchase-&-Crumble. Nicolas Darvas cannot hold shares for a very long time. The buy-and-hold strategy he has decided is for gamblers.

Issue # 25: Cycle. Nicholas found that stocks circulated from small to large inside and outside the epidemic, making them even less predictable.

Durbus was talented enough to find his way into the light from the depths of the first darkness of Plato's cave. He was willing to share secrets even with understandable fetuses.

15 cures for 25 worst challenges for equity investors ...

Treatment # 1: Table. By tracking the volume-price relationship, Darvas was able to identify the stock whose volume exploded suddenly.

Treatment # 2: Momentum. You can save Nicolas Darvas just by buying the rising stock.

CURE # 3: TRADING-VOLUME. The best money-makers are stocks whose prices are skyrocketing as volume accelerates.

Treatment # 4: Business. Durbus treats his equity investment as a business by paying the necessary attention.

Treatment # 5: Channel. Trend integration maps Darvas entrances and exits.

Treatment # 6: Purchase-Stop. Runaway stocks are captured from above by a simple limit stop buy order.

Treatment # 7: Stop selling. A simple sales limit stop order can prevent Nicholas Darvas from being wrong for half an hour.

CURE # 8: Test purchase. For Nicolas Darvas, a test purchase of 4 shares or less is effective so that there is almost no risk of logging experimental wells with wildcatter.

Treatment # 9: Godzilla. The stock market downturn can trample even the strongest stocks with the same dynamics as when Bambi met Godzilla in 1969. For more information, watch classic movies on YouTube.

Treatment # 10: Bottom line. Soaring earnings foresee the strongest rising stocks in the soaring volume.

Treatment # 11: Newcomer. Over time, the most important hunting grounds for Durbus are new industries — these are more important than the specific products within those sectors.

CURE # 12: Margin. Leverage dramatically increases the profits of the portfolio beta and Nicholas Durbus. Today we are using it deep inside the money call option.

Treatment # 13: Safety. An important rule is a determined decision to never give active income to passive losses.

Treatment # 14: Entity. Nicolas Darvas may have been able to reduce taxes using the corporate structure. See inside for more information.

Treatment # 15: Isolation. Independent thinking is a blessing of Durbus' salvation that he can only find through loneliness, as he stops all gossip and chat calls.

Once he understood what went well with Durbus, he began to enjoy enormous profits ...

These 5 benefits of solving the 25 worst equity investment challenges

Advantage # 1: Go to school. Condense your investment data into the Holy Grail and develop a wide range of financial terms to find the fastest-growing stocks.

Advantage # 2: Concentration. Focusing on less than 10 shares at a time, Nicolas Darvas continued to focus only on his most valuable discoveries.

Advantage # 3: Proficiency. Mastering a compact group of the skills you need can bring you the same great benefits as a dance economist.

Advantage # 4: Peace. Maturity as a stock investor simply reverses mistakes and brings the wisdom of learning from them. This has the unexpected benefit of installing a safety net.

Advantage # 5: Worth it.

And just as Aklot became Babylon's wealthiest man, Nicolas Darvas continued to enrich himself with the knowledge here.

Read some of these acclaimed words about this course and how I teach ...

"I started by doing a financial review at Robert Shiller's openYale course on financial markets, and then through the nominations of the book on how I made $ 2,000,000, I totally enjoyed myself. But I came across your Nicolas Darvas course. I think your teaching, coupled with the simple message of quantity, income, and personal decision-making, is intriguing to me in the past. In his finance course, he taught us about equations and basics, but we never come across real coaching on how to invest effectively. ”-Gavin Ripley, MBA North Carolina; March 15, 2015 p>

"I'm listening to a Darvas lecture with me at the age of 15. He's raising interest in the market without even talking about it. You're the perfect teacher for all ages. "-Jeff

"You are a great teacher, mentor, writer. I want to express my gratitude, but I fail miserably. To put in modern language-you are Rockman! So keep Rockin on. Well, I'm going ... I'm all in the mist. "-T Bone

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Dr. Scott Brown, Associate Professor of Finance, AACSB Accredited Business School, University of Puerto Rico

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P.P.S. As my community grows, the time per student naturally decreases. Make the most of my teachings as much as possible!

Dr. Brown is a professor of finance at the AACSB Accredited Business School at the University of Puerto Rico, a cutting-edge academic researcher on equity investment, corporate bonds, and future transactions. His PhD holds a PhD in Finance from the University of South Carolina. He also holds a Master's degree in Thunderbird School of Business. He is regularly ranked number one in U.S. News & World Reports. Get Dr. Brown's best-selling investment book on Amazon. Favorites include a wealth guide that doesn't worry about investing in the stock market, or a way to succeed in lottery without knowing where to start.

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