Screening the Market

It is no secret that investing in the stock market offers no guarantees; but, if you had a method to assist you with making educated investing decisions wouldn’t you be interested? Marc H. Gerstein’s book, Screening the Market, may be the tool you are looking for to help you with your investing pursuits. A stock analyst since 1980, Gerstein uses decades of experience in both bull and bear markets to help investors screen the stock market.

Screening the Market presents four steps to making successful stock picks in finding and evaluating stock, then purchasing and selling. The opening chapter, “It Sounds Good, But…” deals with subjects that may seem harmless to investors, but could have hidden consequences, such as the negative effects technological advances can have on investing practices (e.g., the Internet), and the reliability of stock-screening websites. 

Marc Gerstein, a former practicing attorney, is a frequently televised stock analyst and seminar leader. His first publication, Screening the Market, is a resource to aid any investor with a stock screening agenda.

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