How to Profit from the Wall Street Mergers: Riding the
By Jerome Tuccille
2003/12 - Beard Books
158798220X - Paperback - Reprint - 192 pp.
Learn from exciting first hand accounts of some of the most dramatic Wall Street mergers of our time.
As both Wall Street speculators and spectators well know, the profits to be made by astute investors in corporate takeovers are immense. For the unwary investor, however, the risks can be just as great. Now Wall Street expert and best-selling author Jerry Tuccille tells you everything you need to know to maximize your chances for success and minimize your risks when playing the takeover game. He maps out strategies that will give your money the most profit-making power possible, although he does not purport to provide you with a guaranteed system for making a fortune by speculating on merger candidates. Based on his guidance, with a degree of caution and common sense you can learn how to spot merger situations without "inside information."
From the back cover blurb:
... With a degree of caution and common sense you can learn how to use puts and calls, profit targets and stop-losses, and all the other devices the pros use to make their killings while protecting themselves from killing losses.
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Jerome Tuccille is Vice President of T. Rowe Price Investment Services, and he has worked in the investment area as a broker and supervisory analyst since 1975. He is the author of more than 20 books including a recent biography of Alan Greenspan. His works include four novels and many financial books. From 1971 to 1973, the author taught at the New School for Social Research in New York City, and in 1974 he was the Libertarian candidate for Governor of New York. Tuccille and his wife Marie have two children and one grandson. They reside in Maryland. Photo from the back cover.
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