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'Minervini has run circles around most PhDs trying to design systems to beat the market.' -- JACK SCHWAGER, bestselling author of Stock Market Wizards 'Mark's book has to be on every investor's bookshelf. It is about the most comprehensive work I have ever read on investing in growth stocks.' -- DAVID RYAN, three-time U.S. Investing Champion '[Minervini is] one of the most highly respected independent traders of our generation. His experience and past history of savvy market calls is legendary.' -- CHARLES KIRK, The Kirk Report 'One of Wall Street's most remarkable success stories.' -- BEN POWER, Your Trading Edge THE INVESTOR'S GUIDE TO SUPERPERFORMANCE! Dramatically increase your stock market returns with the legendary SEPA system! For the first time ever, U.S. Investing Champion Mark Minervini reveals the proven, time-tested trading system he used to achieve triple-digit returns for five consecutive years, averaging 220% per year for a 33,500% compounded total return. In Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard, Minervini unveils his trademarked stock market method SEPA, which provides outsized returns in virtually every market by combining careful risk management, self-analysis, and perseverance. He explains in detail how to select precise entry points and preserve capital—for consistent triple- digit returns. Whether you're just getting started in the stock market or you're a seasoned pro, Minervini will show how you how to achieve SUPERPERFORMANCE! You'll gain valuable knowledge as he shares lessons, trading truths, and specific tactics--all derived from his 30-year career as one of America's most successful stock traders. Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard teaches you: How to find the best stocks before they make big price gains How to avoid costly mistakes made by most investors How to manage losses and protect profits How to avoid high-risk situations Precisely when to buy and when to sell How to buy an IPO Why traditional valuation doesn't work for fast-growing Superperformers Examples of Minervini's personal trades with his comments With more than 160 chart examples and numerous case studies proving the remarkable effectiveness of Minervini's methodology, Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard puts in your hands one of the most effective and--until now--secretive stock investing systems in the world. MARK MINERVINI has a trademarked stock market method that produces outsized returns in virtually every market. It's called Specific Entry Point Analysis--SEPA--and it has been proven effective for selecting precise entry points, preserving capital and profi ts with even more precise exit points--and consistently producing triple-digit returns. Now, in Trade Like a Stock Market Wizard, Minervini shares--for the fi rst time ever--his coveted methodology with investors like you!

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Genre: Business & Economics
Author: Mark Minervini
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Release: 2013-04-19
File: 336 Pages
ISBN-13: 9780071807234

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BookTrade Like a Stock Market Wizard: How to Achieve Super Performance in Stocks in Any Market
AuthorsMark Minervini

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With every new endeavor that you try, you will encounter naysayers. There are people out there who will tell you that you can’t do it. If you don’t have much money, they will say you don’t have enough trading capital, so don’t even bother trying.

Nonsense! I’m here to tell you that you can get rich from the stock market even if you start small. Unless you’ve been successful in your professional life already, you may not have much money to devote to trading, and if you’re a young person just starting out, it may seem impossible to bankroll a trading operation.

Don’t be discouraged. You can start out small, just as I did. A friend of mine ran into the naysayer syndrome not too long ago when he wanted to learn how to trade.

Since he is a close friend, I let him come to my office each day and sit next to me to gain some hands-on experience. Trading his relatively small account, he started to understand how to make consistent trades and manage his risk.

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After he got the hang of it, my friend decided to trade on his own from his home. One day I heard that he had quit trading. I was surprised because he’d gotten off to a pretty good start.

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When I asked him why he gave up, he told me that another friend had told him he that couldn’t do it because his trading capital was too small and that he was wasting his time. Discouraged, my friend just gave up.

Michael Dell started by selling computers out of his college dorm. Then, in 1984, he founded what became Dell Computer Corporation with only $1,000. Dell went on to become the largest personal computer company in the world.

I started with just a few thousand dollars, and within just few years it grew to more than $160,000. A year later it was at half a million. With a decent bankroll at last, I was able to parlay my winnings into my personal fortune. The rest is history.

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I am certainly not the only one who has accomplished superperformance. David Ryan won three consecutive U.S. Investing Championships, posting triple-digit returns every year.

Reading about David in the mid-1980’s prompted me to embark on my own quest for superperformance and go on to win the U.S. Investing Championship myself. There are many of us out there who started small and ended up rich.

What we have in common is that we refused to let others convince us it couldn’t be done. Remember, people who say something can’t be done never did it themselves.

Surround yourself with people who encourage you and don’t let the naysayers knock you off track.


During every bull and bear market for the last three decades I have heard the words “It’s different this time.”

Surely, during the 1920s, the legendary stock trader Jesse Livermore heard these same words. In How to Trade in Stocks, Livermore said, “All through time, people have basically acted and reacted the same way in the market as a result of: greed, fear, ignorance, and hope.

Wall Street never changes, the pockets change, the stocks change, but Wall Street never changes, because human nature never changes.” Of course, there are technological advancements along the way, and some styles work better than others during certain periods.

However, stocks today rise and fall for the same basic reasons as they did before: people drive stock prices, and people are basically the same emotionally. Trading can get very emotional, and emotions can easily lead investors to false conclusions.

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After my biotech fiasco with the full-service broker, I decided to take matters into my own hands. I opened a trading account at a discount house where I met a broker named Ron.

Over the course of a couple of years, Ron and I became pretty close friends; we had certain things in common, but it certainly wasn’t evident in our trading styles.

He was sort of a value buyer who wasn’t concerned about supply and demand or price trends. My style, in contrast, was to buy new, relatively unknown companies on the rise.

I demanded that they be in a price uptrend, and if they went down much below my purchase price, I would sell them. At least that was the plan. As Ron and I watched each other’s trades, our favorite sport became giving the other guy a hard time when one of his stocks tanked.

Sometimes I’d hit a few losers in row, and Ron would razz me: “Hey, genius, what happened? That one sure went down the toilet!” The verbal jabs really got to me.

Sometimes I held on to losing stocks because I couldn’t stand the thought of the ridicule awaiting me when I phoned in a sell order to Ron. A stock would fall s percent and then lo percent, and I knew I should sell.

Then I’d think of Ron and hold on to that dog while it fell 15 percent and then 20 percent. The bigger the loss was, the harder it became to call Ron and place the sell order. Even if he didn’t say a word to me, I felt humiliated.

Meanwhile, the stock continued to suck money out of my account like a rupture in the hull of a ship. Both opportunities and perils surface suddenly in the market. It takes swift, resolute action to exploit one and elude the other.

Nothing can unravel a trader’s courage more than a huge loss in a stock trade. It wasn’t until I suffered enough big losses that I made the decision that turned my performance from mediocre to stellar: I decided it was time to make money and stop stressing about my ego.

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I began selling off losing stocks quickly, which meant taking small losses but preserving the lion’s share of my hard-earned capital. Almost overnight, I regained a feeling of control.

That new approach also freed me to take an objective look at my performance. In the past, I’d tried to forget about my losing stocks. Now I was analyzing my losers and learning from them.

I saw my portfolio with fresh eyes and finally began to understand that trading is not about picking highs and lows or proving how smart you are; trading is about making money.

If you want to reap big gains in the market, make up your mind right now that you are going to separate trading from your ego. It’s more important to make money than it is to be right.


I know people who have managed money on Wall Street for decades yet have only mediocre results to show for it.

You would think that after all those years of practice their performance would be stellar or at least would improve over time.

Not necessarily. Practice does not make perfect. In fact, practice can make performance worse if you are practicing the wrong things.

When you repeat something over and over, your brain strengthens the neural pathways that reinforce the action.

The problem is that these pathways will be reinforced for incorrect actions as well as correct actions. Any pattern of action repeated continuously will eventually become habit.


Therefore, practice does not make perfect; practice only makes habitual.

About the author Mark Minervini

Mark Minervini is one of America’s most successful stock traders; a veteran of Wall Street for nearly 30 years.

To demonstrate the capabilities of his SEPA® methodology, in 1997, Minervini put up $250,000 of his own money and entered the U.S. Investing Championship.

Trading against stock, futures and options traders, he traded a long only stock portfolio to win the real-money investment derby with a 155% annual return, a performance that was nearly double the next nearest competing money manager.

Minervini is featured in Jack Schwager’s Stock Market Wizards; Conversations with America’s Top Stock Traders. Schwager wrote: “Minervini’s performance has been nothing short of astounding.

Most traders and money managers would be delighted to have Minervini’s worst year – a 128 percent gain – as their best.”

Using his SEPA® trading strategy, in a five-and-a-half-year period Minervini generated a 220 percent average annual return with only one losing quarter.

To put that in perspective, a $100,000 account would explode to over $30 million with those returns.

Minervini educates traders about his SEPA® trading methodology through a service he launched is 2006 called Minervini Private Access, a streaming communication platform that allows users the unique experience of trading side-by-side with Minervini in real-time.

He also conducts an annual Master Trader Program seminar providing education about his trading methodology in a powerful 2-day weekend event.

In his spare time, Minervini enjoys playing the drums, boxing, poker and cooking.

Mark Minervini traded his first stock in 1983 when he invested in a few hundred shares of Allis Chalmer, a seller of tractors and forklifts.

Soon after, he became familiar with the work of Richard Love, author of the book Superpeformance Stocks.

Love’s book had a profound influence on Minervini’s professional and philosophical views on investing and the formulation of his own investment strategy.

It was Minervini’s initial intention to simply support himself from his trading profits, but his well-timed investment decisions increased his wealth dramatically each year, as well as the popularity of his opinion.

After a decade of studying and trading the U.S. stock market, Minervini founded Quantech Research Group, Inc., an institutional research firm, in 1993.


By his early thirties, Minervini was at the helm as President of a leading institutional research firm in New York City, advising hedge funds and institutional investors in the U.S. and around the world.

During this period, he also kept a demanding schedule of regular television appearances on CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg Television and Fox News.

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Operating in United Kingdom.