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Discover The Amazing Power Of Point & Figure Charting

Winning The Performance Game

Managing Stock Portfolios For Top Performance

by

W. Clay Allen CFA

July 2005

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Table of Contents


Introduction - Take Control of Your Investment Performance - 8


Investment Performance - Part 1 - 11
Manage The Portfolio Like A Business 12
Adaptation-The Key To Success 14
How To Improve Performance 16
The Secret To Good Performance 18
The Origins Of Poor Performance 20
Performance Measurement System 22
Poor Performance-Why? 24
Positive Turnover = Good Performance 26
Pull The Weeds - Not The Flowers 28
Manage for High Excess Returns 30
Right Brained versus Left Brained 32
Adaptability = Better Performance 34
Use Feedback To Improve Investment Performance 36
Fat Tails and High Performance 38
Performance Feedback 40
Relative Returns versus Risk 42
How to Measure Performance 43
The Bearish Resistance Line 44
Relative Strength Feedback 45
Damp Out The Noise - Look For The Trend 46
The Battle For Investment Performance 47
The Source of Poor Performance 49
Don't Worry About Poor Performance 51
Start Getting Better Investment Performance - Today! 53
Charts Don't Predict - Charts Should Measure Performance 55
Listen to the message from the market 56


Portfolio Management - Part 2 - 57
What Does A Portfolio Manager Manage? 58
Why You Need A Sell Discipline 60
The Importance of the Vital Few 62
Portfolio Upgrading 64
More Than Stock Picking 66
Manage Risk & Return 68
Avoid Problem Stocks 70
Investors Should Minimize Mistakes 72
Don't Average Down! 74
Bad News Leaks Into the Market 76
It Is Always a Good Time To Sell a Loser! 78
Buy and Hold-An Obsolete Strategy? 80
They Never Tell You When To Sell 82
Good Selling 84
The Buy Decision is Only the First Step 86
"Hope is Not a Method" 88
Collapsing Stocks & Sand Piles 90
Don't Waste Time On a Loser! 92
Why Does a CF A Use Technical Analysis? 94


Successful Stock Charting - Part 3 - 96
Simulations of Randomness 97
Hidden Order? 99
Hidden Order to the Downside 101
A Measure of Success 103
Stock Price as Communication 105
Stocks In Trading Ranges 107
Filter Out the Noise 109
The Downside Is More Violent. 111
Victims of Distribution 113
Accumulation - The Opposite of Distribution 114
A Long-Term Trading Range 115
What Is The Market's Rating? 117
A Voting Machine 118
Trading Ranges 119
The Charts Ask the Right Questions 121
How To Spot Reversals 123
How To Spot Accumulation 125
How To Spot Distribution 127
Distribution 129
Buy Dullness иии 131
Relative Strength Tops 133
Trading Ranges: Long-Term Support and Resistance 135
Pivot Points Show the Trend 137
Relative Strength is Like a Stock Market X-ray 139
Finding The Best Industry Groups 141
Specific Price Movement 144
The N = New in CANSLIM 146
Creative Destruction 148
Skewness: The Portrait of a Big Winner.. 150
The Path of Least Resistance 152
Statistical Myopia '" 154
A Charting Apprenticeship 156
Searching For Winners 158
The High Performance Support Line 160 


Investor Psychology - Part 4 -162
Psychological Commitments Can Be Costly 163
Social Proof and Momentum Investing 165
Buying Creates Its Own Commitment.. 167
Why Are Predictions So Destructive? 169
Musical Chairs 171
The "Buzz" Moves Stocks 173
"Only The Jumpers Get Hurt" 175
Manage Your Own Luck 177
Price Action Tells the Truth 179
Three Years of Boot Camp for Investors 181
Risk-Free Investing 183
Risk, Uncertainty and Fads 185
Investment Bankers take the Fifth 187
You Can't Make Money in a Stock by Yourself 189
The Fallacy of Prediction 191
We See What We Believe 193
Animal Spirits 195
Speculative Cycles in the Stock Market 197
Irrational Pessimism 199


Schooled by the Market - Part 5 - 201
Charts Are Worthless, Right? 202
"Alternating Waves of Optimism and Pessimism" 204
Bottom-Fishing 206
Stocks Are Always Correctly Priced 208
Overboughts, Oversolds and Surprises 210
Buy Every Rally and Sell Every Decline 212
Why Excuse a Stock's Poor Performance? 214
1000 Wolves-90 Million Sheep 216
The Randomness of Fundamentals 218
Complex Adaptive Systems , 220
Aggressive Accounting 222
The Enron Mess 224
Worse Than '74 226
The Four Year Cycle 228
Why Do We Have a Central Bank? 230
Lunch with Scarsdale Fats 232
"That's Conjecture" 234
The Making of a Point-and-figure Chartist 236
A New Tool For Portfolio Managers 238
Market Dynamics Service Description 240
INDEX 241
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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