The Sleuth Investor: Uncover the Best Stocks Before They make Their Move by Avner Mandelman

The Sleuth Investor: Uncover the Best Stocks Before They make Their Move

byAvner Mandelman

Hardcover | March 1, 2007

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To make real money in the stock market you have to act like a sleuth.

It's not enough to rely on SEC files, annual reports, and press releases. To uncover the most lucrative investments, you must dig beneath the printed surface of public information and sleuth for physical evidence. This is the only way to reveal the actual truth about a company's real value-and its future.

Investing expert Avner Mandelman honed this highly effective, money-sleuthing approach at his investment firm, Giraffe Capital Corporation. Now, in The Sleuth Investor, he shares his proven intelligence-gathering methods for obtaining exclusive information even before industry insiders do-and using it to gain a decisive edge in buying and selling stock.

Through step-by-step guidance and illustrative examples, Mandelman demonstrates how you can track the four physical elements of a company: People (employees, customers, suppliers), Product (inventory, the product's physical movement, competing products), Plant (production facilities, offices), and Periphery (physical surroundings, community, the economic eco-chain). Obtaining physical clues gives you the ability to anticipate key company developments, such as imminent high growth, a coming disaster you can short profitably, and new product launches.

Using Mandelman's strategies and techniques, you'll learn how to:

  • Follow the physical movement of a product, either directly or indirectly, and connect it to financial results
  • Obtain exclusive information from low-level employees to make nearly sure bets
  • Collect information from a company's clients and suppliers-and use it to make lucrative investments
  • Integrate legal precautions into your sleuthing

    The amount of “foolish” money available to be taken by money sleuthing is enormous. Become a sleuth yourself by following the methods in The Sleuth Investor and you'll be making more money than ever before-perhaps even a fortune.

About The Author

Avner Mandelman is founder and CEO of Giraffe Capital Corporation, one of Canada's most successful private investment firms. A recognized investing expert and television stock commentator, Mandelman spends much of his time sleuthing companies throughout North America. He writes a biweekly column for the Globe & Mail and his articles ha...
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Title:The Sleuth Investor: Uncover the Best Stocks Before They make Their MoveFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 9.1 × 6.5 × 0.8 inPublished:March 1, 2007Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071481850

ISBN - 13:9780071481854

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Table of Contents

Introduction

People

People who work for the company

People who work for the customers

People who work for suppliers

Product

Product itself

Product supplies

Product's physical movement

Inside the company

Outside the company

Competing products

Plant

Production facilities

Offices

Periphery

Physical surroundings

Community

Customers and suppliers and economic eco-chain

How to pick stocks to sleuth

Traditional methods

Modern methods

Agents and principals

Giving like a secret agent

Appendix 1:

EMT (Efficient Market Theory)

Appendix 2:

Books, websites, other references, etc.