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ChangeWave Investing 2.0 presents a radically improved method for picking the next monster stocks while protecting current profits. Using the ChangeWave principles, the audio explains:
  • How to identify the stocks with the fastest growth potential before Wall Street does.
  • How to screen out the pretenders.
  • How to balance a portfolio between aggressive growth stocks and stocks with lower volatility.

    You'll discover how to buy and sell in the midst of a seesaw, as well as receive savvy advice on the ways you can benefit from market meltdowns by systematically taking out positions at bargain basement prices.

    From the rocketlike success of his first book, ChangeWave Investing, which hit the top of the business best seller lists, to his role as contributing editor on Fox's Bulls and Bears, to the rapid growth of the electronic network, Tobin Smith has broken onto the investment community with the momentum of a tsunami. Now, with ChangeWave Investing 2.0, listeners can learn the strategies and techniques that will allow them to profit from the transformational change the economy is undergoing even in today's bear market.

  • ©2001 Tobin Smith (P)2001 Random House Inc., Random House Audio, a Division of Random House Inc.

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    • 06-04-20

    Lots of jargon, little practical.

    This book boils down to the advice - "Buy the stocks that will go up".

    I'm being slightly facetious, but only slightly. The author endlessly extolls the virtues of buying highly experimental companies that are "innovation leaders" (Enron? Worldcom?) and ignoring old fashioned ideas like earnings and PE ratios. He spends a lot of time telling us we *should* have bought Microsoft in 1990 or Google in 2000, but is strikingly vague on how exactly we were supposed to know *at the time* what seperated them from the hundreds of tech comapnies that went bust. I certainly accept that traditional value-investing metrics have their limits, but I don't believe that crystal ball gazing is a productive activity in investing. And this book relies very heavily on the idea that the future can be consistently predicted.

    The book is also groaning under the weight of soundbite phrases of the authors own invention. "Change quake" "Ever-net" "Techonomy" "S-curb transformation" "Game over dominator" and numerous others that all had me rolling my eyes.

    The author narrates his own book, which is probably wise since I can't imagine anyone else speaking this stuff with such enthusiasm.