How I Made $2,000,000 In The Stock Market by Nicolas Darvas

By Nicolas Darvas

How did a world-famous dancer with out wisdom of the inventory industry, or of finance normally, make 2 million money within the inventory marketplace in 18 months beginning with in simple terms $10,000? Darvas is famous, and with solid cause. discover why

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I decided to buy 500 shares at 265/8. It continued to rise and I held on, watching its movement intently. It kept moving upward and its volume of trading was consistently high. 62. I was happy and excited—not so much because of the money but simply because I had bought M & M WOOD WORKING, as I had bought TEXAS GULF PRODUCING, purely on the basis of its action in the market. I knew nothing about it nor could I find out very much. Yet I assumed from its continuing rise and high volume that some people knew a lot more about it than I did.

I bought ALLEGHENY LUDLUM STEEL when it appeared to me to be going into the |45/50| box. I bought 200 shares at 453/4 and sold them three weeks later at 51. I also bought 300 shares of DRESSER INDUSTRIES when it seemed to be entering the |84/92| box. I bought at 84, but as it did not seem to be making the right progress through the box, I sold at 861/2. Then I bought 300 shares of COOPER-BESSEMER at the bottom edge of the |40/45| box at 403/4 and sold at 451/8. 36. This gave me a great deal of confidence, but then I received a slap in the face which proved to me that I needed more than a theory alone.

There is no reason for the drop. It is a good sound stock; it will come back. I must hold on. And I held on and I held on. As the days went by I became afraid to look at the quotations. I trembled when I telephoned my broker. I was scared when I opened my newspaper. When after a three-point drop the stock rose a half-point, my hopes started to rise with it. This is the start of recovery, I said. My fears temporarily calmed. But the following day the stock resumed its downward slide. On October 10th, when it hit 44, blind panic set in.

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