4to 11" - 13" tall; 44 pages; March 1946 Third Printing. Original copyright 1944. Publisher: Chartistics Library, Los Angeles, California. Interior of book is clean, no markings or highlighting. Beige leather-like stiff cover with black lettering. Cover is in good condition and interior is very good condition. Cover has 5 little circular light stains across top edge of front cover. Saddle stitched binding. Contains an explanation of the principles of stock market movements and the use of charts in Selecting the Right Stock for trading profits. Franklin Paul Jackson founded The Stock Market Institute in Los Angeles and conducted its market research for 60 years. 44 pp. VERY SCARCE!. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: SELECTING THE RIGHT STOCK An Explanation of ...
Publication Date: 1946
Binding: Stiff SC
Edition: Third Printing
Book Description Chartistics Library, Los Angeles, 1946. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. 2nd Edition. Softcover, Beige leatherette card stock wraps with black lettering to cover, saddle stitch, 1946. Book Condition: Good, covers tanned especially near edges, some soil to covers and slight wear to edges, front cover creased, binding intact but cover starting to detach from staples, small tears to front cover, large rips (1" long) to back cover and some dampstaining to back cover (see photos), slightest hint of tanning, otherwise pages are clean, no marks. No dust jacket as issued. Contents Include: The Individual Stock Cycles, It is Astounding, Early Distribution plus Early Accumulation equals Best Advance, Enough "Information" Will Break You, Detecting Major Accumulation, Major Trend Lines, Trend Lines and Cycles, The Reaction-Possibly the New Major Trend, Changing Trend Lines, The Triangle, The Line, The Long-Pull Investor's Dilemma, Scientific Forecasting Requires Repeated Re-Forecasting, Timing, Applying the Principles, Mapping Your Campaign, The Instruments of the Profession, Using the Instruments, Includes addenda from March 1946. Very Scarce Title by Franklin Paul Jackson. Collectible, 44 Pages. Bookseller Inventory # 000666