The Power of Leverage for Greater Investment Profits by David Jenkins

The Power of Leverage for Greater Investment Profits : A Complete, Practical Guide to Multiplying the Power of Your Investing Dollar and Adding to Your Potential Profits by Using the Force of Leverage by David Jenkins

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Larchmont, NY : Investors Intelligence, 1968. Third printing. Paperback. 86 pages ; graphs ; 26 cm. Previous owner name on half-title page. No other markings within book. Binding is firm.


Throughout Wall Street's long and varied history, one investment principle has stood out as the foundation of more market fortunes than any other—the principle of leverage.

By definition, leverage is the use of mechanical advantage to magnify power in moving weights. Applying this force to investments, leverage refers to financial advantages which magnify the power of your investment dollar and give you greater profit potential than ordinary investments. By using leverage investments and techniques, you have more money working for you than you are actually investing.

Now here is one of the most revealing guides ever made available to the individual investor. It is the only book containing a full description of the various kinds of investment leverage and the frequently overlooked opportunities for big gains in leveraged stocks. It shows you exactly how to multiply the power of your investment dollar and increase your potential profits many times over through the force of leverage. It not only shows you how to take advantage of leverage investing techniques so as to increase the profitability of your everyday investment program, but also covers every major area of investments with built-in leverage.

Chapter 1: What is Leverage?

Chapter 2: Little Known Margin Techniques.

Chapter 3: Specialized Investment Vehicles With Unique Leverage Characteristics-Options-Neglected Profit Aspects of Convertible Bonds-Warrants.

Chapter 4: Profit Earmarks of Leveraged Common Stocks.

Chapter 5: Where to Look for High-Leverage Profit Opportuni-ties-Low-Priced Stocks-Air Transportation-Investment Companies-SBICs-Natural Resource Stocks-Banks and other Financial Institutions-Utilities-Real Estate Cos.-Preferreds with Arrears, etc.

The value of this book lies in its practical approach, with each leverage approach illustrated with actual dollars-and-cents profits that sharp-eyed investors have been able to command using this approach. Contents include

The Author David Jenkins is a financial writer and analyst with wide experience in both stocks and bonds. He is the author of the highly successful books, "How to Profit From Formula Plans in the Stock Market" and "Building Capital and Income in Mutual Funds" and numerous articles for such financial publications as Barron's, The Exchange, Investment Dealers' Digest and The Bond Buyer.

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