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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Written by a master trader 15 Feb. 2008
By Steve Burns - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I am a huge fan of the author of this book, Nicolas Darvas. I have used his system during bull markets with much success, returning $4000 profit per trade and $10,000 profit in one month trading an account under six figures. While he gives excellent insight in this book about some of his trading methods like finding the small companies that will benefit from a large companies new technology through suppling components, his previous books are much better. In this book (Written in 1970) the author predicts the coming boom in the over the counter market which is now known as the Nasdaq. He gives advice on coming hot industries and lays down some very good trading principles, but sadly most of his material is out dated. Buy this book to get a look at the way a master trader's mind works, but you really need his other books "How I made $2,000,000 in the stock market" and "Wall Street the other Las Vegas" to fully learn his amazing stock trading system that could make you wealthy during a bull market.
29 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Best book you'll ever read on investing... 29 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Best book you'll ever read on investing, if you believe that stocks should only be bought if they are going to go up. The author tells how he finally learned, through trial and error (mostly error), what distinguishing characteristics a stock that is going up posesses.
Just as important, he shows how to determine if the selection was wrong and expertly discusses the psychological struggles the mind deals with throughout the stock holding period. A MUST READ for anyone determined to consistently make money in the markets. Has helped my own investing tremendously.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
The Mother of all CANSLIMERS 7 April 2010
By J. Leibovitz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
While everyone points to his other books, this one is exactly word for word almost William O'Neil's CANSLIM system. Here is all the emphasis on Institutional, earnings, the very predecessors of (original?) RS and EPS and all that group and industry leadership factors. It's ALL THERE!!!W.O.N. simply rephrased and added his chart patterns and cups with handles that complicate things also work about 20% only
or less in backtesting today. So how come O'Neil's book is great and the original not so, when even a kid can apply it with minor changes for today. Other new big shots are also picking NASDAQ stocks only on their websites right now in 2010 with the very same system and bragging about their random winnings now and then...
Not Your Typical Darvis Style Book 24 May 2013
By OrangeOkie - Published on Amazon.com
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I read Nicolas Darvas' "How I Made $2,000,000 . . ." and was so enthralled with his entertaining writing style and story telling I bought his "Las Vegas . . ." book as well. It too was written in the familiar Darvas style to which I was attracted. However, This "Over the Counter Profits" book is a departure from the writing style to which I was attracted. Perhaps it is the technical explanations which are over my head, as well as the fact that his experience comes from 1968 and I have a hard time believing that what he describes in the book still goes on in the market. Of course, after the Bernie Madoff scandal, anything is possible. Darvas eschewed penny stocks/low priced stocks in his first two books, but embraces them in this current book, explaining in the early years of his trading success he did not understand how the OTC worked, but now he does. Anyway, I gave the book 3-stars, not because there is anything inherently wrong with it's message, but because it did not meet my personal expectation, set by the quality, entertainment, and useful knowledge his first two book provided to me.
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Darvas System for OTC Profits 26 May 2009
By Anna - Published on Amazon.com
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Having read other books by N. Darvas, I was glad to find this one still in print and able to add it to my collection. Price and delivery were excellent. As in all of Mr. Darvas's writings, the system he used may be controversal, but certainly interesting and worth noting.
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